SLS (Sanitary Lift Station) Free Download
SLS (Sanitary Lift Station)
SLS (Sanitary Lift Station) Free Download.
Features and Capabilities
Windows 98 and higher format featuring Windows Input.
Output to Screen and/or to Printer in Tabulated Format.
Data file capability for quick and easy work sessions.
User editable Pump Curves.
US Customary or SI Units.
Calculates Maximum Head (All Pumps On) and Minimum Head (All Other Pumps Off) Conditions.
Plots System and Pump HEAD Vs. Q curves
User Friendly - Just point and click - drop down menus and convenient toolbar.
Other Features Include:
Conversion between units at the click of a button!
Configuration of Wet Well Parameters.
Calculation of Cycle Time
Uses Hazen-Williams Equation to Calculate Dynamic Losses.
Multiple pump curves can be selected and plotted along with the System Head Curves. Pump curves are manually input, labeled, and saved to files for future use. Therefore, there is flexibility in whether the design/analysis is for one pump pumping alone, or several pumps in parallel or in series.
Versatile Printout Capability to any size paper - Portrait or Landscape Orientation.
Versatile range of printers supported.
SLS (Sanitary Lift Station) keywords: sanitary, pump, forcemain
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