CHECKtronic® Pump Control Valves help control surge at a Rhode Island pump station

The rehabilitation of the Clinton Avenue Water Pump Station included extensive mechanical, electrical, structural, architectural, and various other site improvements.The project increased the station’s pumping capacity from 12 MGD to 33.5 MGD (5,283 m3/hr) and added the capability to pump to a new higher- pressure gradient.

The Kent County Water Authority supplies and distributes water services to residential, commercial, industrial, and other consumers in Kent County and parts of Cranston, Scituate, and North Kingstown, Rhode Island.The system contains approximately 404 miles of distribution and transmission mains, six active elevated storage tanks, two main transmission pumping facilities, four pressure booster (pump) stations, four wells, one 2.4 million gallon a day groundwater treatment plant, 2,339 public fire hydrants, and 128 private fire hydrants.

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