Tennessee Ave. Long Beach, NY Stormwater Pump Station Case Study

Jun 3, 2022 9:11:15 AM by: Excel Fluid Group

Tennesse Ave Complete - 260x260Site:

Long Beach, NY
Tennessee Ave.

Application Overview:

We worked with D&B Engineers & Architects to design a new stormwater pump station in the compact Long Beach, NY on Long Island. After the devastation of Super Storm Sandy back in 2012, the area needed a way to pump excess storm water off land to prevent flooding. We came up with a compact pump station that fit at the Tennessee Ave. dead-end and pumped out to the Reynolds Channel.

Pump Station Details:

With the limited space available, we fit an 10 ft. 8 in. x 10 ft. 8 in. x 17 ft. deep concrete water tight pump station. Two large 25 HP Barnes 10 in. submersible explosion proof non-clog pumps are rated to pump the stormwater for 3,000 GPM at 18 TDH. It’s all controlled by a NEMA 4X duplex control panel with an Allen‐Bradley Compact Logic PLC.  



The installation JR Cruz with help from Excel Fluid Group as shown below:

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