wet well

wet well

[′wet ‚wel]
(mechanical engineering)
A chamber which is used for collecting liquid, and to which the suction pipe of a pump is attached.
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Bedacht's claims the city has released insufficiently treated sewage into the Willamette River, of falsifying water quality reports and not requiring workers to wear safety harnesses when lowered into a wet well have led to investigations by the state Health Department, the DEQ and the Division of Occupational Safety and Health.
The propeller pumps at Clardy Fox are installed in discharge tubes that extend into the wet well. As a pump goes into operation, it lifts the water up the tube and over its top into an open discharge bay where sufficient gravity head is developed to force the water through a 10-ft diameter discharge pipe to the Rio Grande.
These coatings possess corrosion resistance properties and are used in pipe linings, pump stations, wet wells, digesters, clarifiers, and manhole lining applications.
Pulsar Process Measurement says it is is a world leader in non-contacting level measurement with tens of thousands of installations worldwide and the success of the business has been built on reliable, repeatable measurement systems that have made difficult or seemingly impossible measurements such as deep, cluttered sewage wet wells or dusty grain silos a reality.
Suitable applications include submersible level measurements within irrigation systems, water and wastewater treatment, groundwater monitoring, wet wells, points, rivers, and tank level measurement applications.
Tatweer has also been hard at work in installing new electrical submersible pumps in a number of its water wet wells in order to literally drag additional oil from the reservoir.
In addition to GeoKrete, Quadex offers a complete line of cementitious and epoxy lining products to restore the structural integrity of manholes, wet wells, pumping stations, pipes and other severe-duty and storm and wastewater structures.
They also have the capability to empty and clean septic tanks and wet wells, to control water flow and to assist in root cutting operations.
They're not just for culverts anymore." Current applications for precast box sections, he adds, include culverts, storm sewers, underground detention systems, bridges, pedestrian tunnels, animal crossings, lift station wet wells, golf cart tunnels, and, chambers or tunnels for underground utilities.
Advance Products & Systems says the Kleerband[R] Flange Protectors and Radolid[R] Protection caps protect bolts, nuts and flange faces on raised face or full face flanges in areas that are subject to the ravages of extreme corrosion conditions such as wet wells, pump stations, regulator vaults and above and below ground installations.
Sherwin-Williams has introduced Cor-Cote HB Urethane, offering the industry's most rapid return to service for the assets of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment facilities, including clarifiers, settling tanks, wet wells and grit chambers, the company said.
The new products include Enviroline 125LV-LT Chemical Resistant Lining, which provides gasoline, gasohol, and ethanol resistence to tanks, pipes, and containment applications; Enviroline 222LT Moisture Tolerant Lining, which provides chemical resistance for manholes, concrete sewage pipes, lift stations, wet wells, concrete pipes, and other sub-grade concrete containment structures; Enviroline 378LT Seam Sealer, which provides flexibility and resistance to bolted and riveted storage tanks, and interior and exterior seams; and Eviroline 199LT Ultra High Solids Epoxy Coating, which is designed for use on fiberglass and mat system applications.
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