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Listed is a brief description of our Domestic line of Booster Pumps System. We offer a number of different types of pumps: Close Coupled End Suction, SS Vertical Multi-Stage, Jet and a selection of Manufacturers such as Gould’s and Grundfos. If you have a specific preference to the brand we can accommodate you. Send us your specifications and we can return a completed quote to you usually in 48 hours. Whether its a residential home with low water pressure or a high rise condominium we can provide the correct system for your needs.

System Choices:

  • Constant Speed: System Utilizes Pressure Reducing Valves on each Pump to maintain constant pressure
  • Variable Speed: System Utilizes Variable Speed Drives on each Pump to maintain constant pressure. No PR Valves or the associated PR Valve maintenance.
  • Hybrid Systems: Combination of the two systems. Utilizes variable speed drive on the lead pump while the lag pumps are constant speed with pressure reducing valves. Very efficient system
  • Hybrid 142: Duplex system in which a variable speed drive is utilized on the lead pump while the lag pump is a constant speed slave. This system can be run in either the variable or constant speed mode with turn of a switch.
  • Dual Source: A system which is normally run from the city water supply but utilizes a cistern (reservoir) as a back up source. This system incorporates a separate pump for the back up supply. If the city pressure goes below a specific PSI, the system automatically switches to the back up water source be it a cistern or a reservoir. Pressure is maintained, once city pressure returns to an acceptable level the system automatically switches back to city water. While on the back up supply, all features of the main system are still functional. This feature can be incorporated on any of our systems. Never let the city leave your tenants high and dry again.

Pump Sequencing
Pump sequencing in all Systems is determined by number of pumps in a system and by the output of those pumps. The PLC is programmed to determine which pumps are cycled on at a particular time to meet the buildings requirements in the most efficient manner possible. Depending on the System configuration the program can use up to seven lag functions to provide a constant water pressure to the building. The PLC constantly monitors the flow rate or Pressure; it will then determine which pump or combination of pumps will be activated to meet the demand. The PLC takes in a number of factors to determine the most economical and efficient to use the pumps to meet the demand.

Pump Types

  • Closed Coupled End Suction: Stainless Steel, Cast Iron and Bronze construction in both self priming and standard configurations. Close coupled, frame mounted. Flows up to 5,000 GPM and 400 feet TDH. Advantages compact design and initial cost.
  • Vertical S.S. Multistage: Vertical configuration high pressure pumps for water boost applications. Stainless steel or cast iron construction with variable suction and discharge orientation. Flows to 350 GPM and 800 feet TDH. Designed to handle a wide range of filtration, pressure boost, wash system and boiler feed applications. Advantages Efficiency, small foot print, operating cost,
  • Motor Type: O.D.P. vs. T.E.F.C

(Vertical Pumps are by Design not by Mounting Position Our Vertical Pump systems use True Vertical Multistage Pumps and not an end suction pump standing on its end)

Specialized Pump Company System Features

Tips for Going Green: Save Energy, Save Water and Save Money

  • Choose T.E.F.C. High Efficiency Motors over O.D.P. Motors
  • For best performance on any system a bladder tank is highly recommended.
  • Replace your Old Motors instead of rewinding them. Rewind or repair motors when they fail, a practice that is more common with motors greater than 50 horsepower. Even though rewinding a motor costs less than buying a new one, for most applications with high annual hours of operation it is cost-effective to replace a standard motor with a new, Premium energy-efficient one. The Motor Decisions Matter provides guidance on motor replacement and rewinding (see “For More Information”). Once a Premium energy-efficient motor hasbeen purchased, even rewinding or repairing it at a quality service center may degrade its efficiency slightly (0.5% to 1.0% per rewind is the common rule of thumb). Though it is generally not cost-effective to rewind ODP motors, rewinding is often a cost-effectiveoption for large TEFC motors. The Electrical Apparatus Service Association (EASA)provides a list of motor service centers (see “For More Information”).
  • Good- Choose The No Flow Option, This Option monitors the system pressure, when the pressure has been stable for a specific time at a set pressure, the pump will turn off until the system pressure drops and the pump is required again.
  • Better: Install a Variable Frequency Drive on your Lead Pump. Variable Frequency Drives (VFDs), the most common type of adjustable speed drives, can be used with motors to help lower energy costs. VFDs are electronic systems used to control motor speed by changing the frequency and voltage supplied to the motor. VFDs can result in substantial energy savings, especially for varying loads. Small reductions in speed also can yield substantial energy savings. For example, a 20% reduction in fan speed can reduce energy consumption by nearly 50%. Pump, fan, and compressor systems with variable loads should be considered for retrofit with VFDs.
  • Best: Install a Variable Frequency Drive on each pump in your system. . This will result in substantial energy savings. An additional benefit is this type of system uses a simple check valves and does not use Pressure Reducing Valves (PRV’s). This will reduce your yearly maintenance. Save Water-Pumps using VFD’s do not need the water wasting Temperature Purge Solenoids.
  • Pumps Are Mounted On A Steel Base
  • Entire assembly will have two coats of top grade marine epoxy paint.
  • Complete electric and hydraulic and Pressure tests to be performed at the factory
  • “T” Drills instead of couplings
  • The System is complete with all necessary shut off valves, and flanges, so repairs and maintenance can easily be completed.
  • Easy Read Gauges for both Suction and Discharge
  • Underwriters Labs (UL) Listed and approved (E130708)
  • Customer Programmable Features, Pump Alternation, Run Times and Time Delays
  • Standard Systems will be piped in copper type L/type K
  • Stainless Steel Headers are Optional
  • Mechanical Type Temp Purge for each Pump
   Operator Controls Features:

  • Illuminated Hand–Off–Automatic Switches
  • PLC By Pass Switch
  • Time Clock for Pump Alternation
  • Alarm
   Control Panel Features:

  • Motor Circuit Controllers Switches
  • Magnetic Contactors With Adjustable Thermo Overloads
  • Programmable Minimum Run Time Delays
  • Programmable Lag Run Times
  • 7 Day Programmable Time Clock
  • Fused Transformer With 115 VAC Fused Secondary
  • Main Power Terminal Block
  • U.L. Listed Controller
  • Steel Control Panel Enclosure is NEMA 3R rated and UL approved
   Protection Devices:

  • Motor Fault and Overload
  • Control Fault and Overload
  • Mechanical Pump Over Temperate Protection
  • Transient Voltage Suppressor (TVS)
  • Fused Transformer With 115 VAC Fused Secondary (Circuit Breaker)
  • Fused 110 Control Circuit (Circuit Breaker)
 Audible Alarm
  • An Alarm will acknowledge any error conditions
 Dry Contracts
  • Allows remote monitoring of system alarms.
Low City Pressure
  • If City Pressure falls below a minimum safe pressure the system shuts off the pumps and sounds an alarm. On systems with PLC controls , the plc will monitor the pressure and if the pressure returns to a safe state within two minutes the system will automatically restart if it returns to a safe state after two minutes a manual restart is require
Safe Fail Mode
  • In the advent of a part failure the plc will react and shut down the system in a safe mode. For example: If the transducer would fail, instead of the system running all pumps with a no flow condition, the plc would detect the transducer failure and shut the system down, enabling the operation of the pumps in the manual mode.
  • Multiple Pump Control Systems utilize a Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) Since the PLC uses a transducer to continuously monitors the building’s water pressure . This feature allows us to incorporate features previously listed as options as standard features
  • Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) equipped Control Panels will come with a with a Touch Key Digital Display Operator Interface with four touch keys. Each key is designated a specific function or functions.
  • Digital message/operator interface and display, for all functions and alarms, Display module is UL approved and NEMA 4X rated.
  • Full system trouble shooting guide, and Help Center with a 24 hour Emergency Contact Phone number within the display.
Emergency Generator Transfer Connection
  • Emergency Generator Power Connection and start of pre-selected Pump(s)
Elapsed Time Meter
  • Elapsed Time Meter Simplex Systems Only
  • Standard on PLC Controlled Panels
Digital Flow Indicator
  • A paddle wheel flow transducer produces a frequency proportional to the flow rate. The LCD display will provide GPM. flow readout
High City Pressure normal shutdown-H.C.P
  • Pressure switch signals city pressure is above buildings minimum pressure requirements. If signal exceeds 20 seconds (adj.) the lead pump is deactivated. A displayed message will indicate this condition. Upon a pressure drop to an unacceptable level, the lead pump is restarted
High System Pressure (Cutout)
  • The system pressure is monitored and signals the system if pressure has exceeded safe limit (adjustable). All pumps are disabled. A displayed message will indicate this condition. A manual reset will restart system
Low Supply Level (Cutout)
  • Remote sensor, signals of low level in cistern or reservoir. All pumps are disabled. A displayed message will indicate this condition. Controller rests automatically upon return to safe level.
Phase Monitor P.M.
  • Upon phase loss, low voltage, and high voltage or phase regeneration, Monitor will disable all motors. Monitor will reset automatically .L.E.D. monitors normal mode
Main Disconnect
  • Fused or fused-fused rotary mechanism. NEMA rated with external through the door, lockable handle.
External Handles
  • For Main Circuit Breaker
  • Individual Pump Circuit Breakers
  • With Interlocks
Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)
  • Controls the speed of the pumps, allowing them speed up or slow down according to pressure demand. Choice of either Goulds Aquavar or Hitachi
Flanged Isolators (Rubber Sphere)
  • Flanged rubber sphere isolators for suction and discharge manifolds to further reduce normal transmitted vibration. 150 and 300 lbs.
Inertia Base Springs
  • Steel spring mountings with ribbed neoprene skid pads and leveling bolts to be installed under/in concrete in inertia absorbing base.
Full Size By Pass
  • A silent check valve is installed between the suction and discharge manifolds .During periods when city supplied pressure is adequate to satisfy building requirements, pump and pressure reducing valves are bypassed providing a path of least friction loss. Requires High City Pressure normal shutdown-H.C.P option
No Flow System Shut Down
  • Shuts System down when system pressure is met and pumps are not required. System will automatically restart when more pressure is required. Expansion Tank Option is required
Hydro-Pneumatic Bladder Tank
  • Can be Mounted and piped on pump system
  • Remote Located in or close to Pump Room or on roof-top
  • Selection of capacities and maximum pressure ranges.
  • Fiberglass or Steel,
  • ASME or Non-ASME
Temp Purge Solenoids Each Pump
  • Temperature Sensor and Purge Solenoids for each Pump
  • Recommended for pumps over 25 horsepower
Piping Choices
  • Copper-System will be piped in copper type L/type K. with Copper headers
  • Stainless Steel-System will be piped in Stainless Steel 304/316 with Stainless Steel Headers
  • Stainless Steel-System will be piped in copper type L/type K. with 304/316 Stainless Steel Headers
  • P.V.C.-Pumps will be piped In PVC schedule 80. For Low pressure systems only.
Domestic System Warranty
  • At time of Delivery, Specialized Pump Company, Inc. will warrant each water pumping system against defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and service for a period of One (1) year.
  • Each pre-piped S.P.E.C. electrical control panel will be covered by a One (1) year warranty on all internal electrical controls


We do not forget about you after the sale, We provide service for all our Products

We will provide training at System Startup and have 24/7 Emergency Service

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