These devices are dependable and long lasting. The hydrostatic test pump provides users and technicians with reliable testing of their new or repaired water mains and sewerage systems. Hydrostatic testing devices are built for longevity. They must be able to last for a long time. On key feature of these devices is that they have the ability to manage up to ten percent of chlorine solutions.
Hydrostatic test pumps are used to pump chlorinated water into water mains for the purposes of purifying it. Diaphragms and seals rated to chlorine exposures of 10% are used during these processes. A manifold system is installed to reduce the amount of fittings required in the plumbing works of typical hydrostatic test pumps. These reduce fittings result in fewer leakages and fewer breakdowns.
But should repair and maintenance work be required, the work is streamlined. A bypass relief valve takes the pressure off of the hydrostatic test pump during engine start-ups. This valve prevents valve seats sticking and helping to prevent any damage to the pump. A damper diaphragm takes away the potential for bursting damage. Pressure is introduced to the inlet side of the testing pump. Such pumps are able to run on dry for long periods of time.
Dry as a desert, the diaphragm pumps remain so without any potential for damaging the working parts and components of the pump. Diaphragm pumps are preferred to ensured complete reliability on contract work sites. The hydrostatic testing pumps have reliable and durable engines. Two well-known engine brands are being used. Honda is being used as a standard stock item. And then there is Briggs & Stratton.
Hydrostatic testing devices are helping all stakeholders with their similar objectives to keep their public and private sewerage systems and water mains safe and healthy to use.