DJ Gongol & Associates
represents the Patterson Pump Company
, a subsidiary of the Gorman-Rupp Company
, in the states of Iowa and Nebraska. Patterson
pumps are made for a variety of applications in both clean water
and wastewater applications.
's subsidiary Flo-Pak
has been building packaged municipal pressure booster stations for more than 20 years, and as an operating unit of Patterson
, they have direct access to the best pumps and engineering expertise available in the pressure boosting industry.
has access to the complete range of Patterson
pumps and can deliver complete, ready-to-install pressure booster stations from 25 to more than 20,000 gallons per minute. Flo-Pak
maintains strict quality controls and delivers every pressure booster unit custom-built and inspected for service.
Custom pressure booster station options include:
- Pumps: Centrifugal pumps, vertical turbine pumps, vertical in-line pumps
- Installation: Above-ground or below-ground pressure booster stations and valve vaults
- Enclosure: Fiberglass or metal enclosures
- Decorative exteriors: Brick, stucco, rock aggregate, concrete, or unfinished
- Insulation: R-11, R-19, R-30 insulation available
- Environmental controls: Heaters, dehumidifiers, ventilation systems
- Standby power: Automatic or manual transfer switches, indoor or outdoor mounted engine generators
- Accessories: Flowmeters, control valves, backflow preventers, hydropneumatic tanks, vibration isolators, pressure sensors, chemical feed systems
- UL listings
What else? Flo-Pak
pressure booster stations are available with simplified lifting devices for easier installation, customized pump controls, fire-rated walls, and epoxy coatings for pressure booster station piping and internal walls.
Underground pressure booster stations
are available in watertight stainless steel, reinforced steel, and concrete, with anodic and cathodic protection, NEC lighting, and internal sump pump systems.
For more information on Flo-Pak
municipal pump stations, please visit our online request form
last revised 10.7.2005