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SRS Crisafulli Asks "What is Coagulation and Flocculation?"

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Oct 17, 2012 @ 15:10 PM

By Laura M. Fleming, SRS Crisafulli President/CFO

What is coagulation and flocculation, and why does it matter?

Last week, SRS Crisafulli hosted a bucket demonstration of Tencate Geotube technology, presented by Gregg Lebster of WaterSolve, from Grand Rapids, Michigan, and Jim Bridges, of Clearwater Dewatering, from Nampa, Idaho.

These relationships were renewed last summer when SRS Crisafulli's Australian Dealers, Bill Kelly and Andrew Cochran, made a visit to the factory in Glendive.  Over a few beers and dinner at the Lion's Club A-Frame in Makoshika Park, we discussed Dredging Solutions' successes using Geotubes to dredge and dewater sludge from wastewater treatment lagoons. Feeding the Geotubes with their Crisafulli Flump dredge system, Dredging Solutions has accomplished biosolids of >25%.

Crisafulli FLUMP Dredge System

Geotube drain field

4" Severe Duty Flump, CRS Polymer Dosing Systems, Geotube® Dewatering Containers
In South Australia, Dredging & Dewatering of Sewage Lagoons

Bill Kelly explained the art of the Geotubes in his fine Aussie manner.  In particular, Bill emphasized the science of chemical conditioning regimes to flocculate the sludge.  We had homework to do - we're a mechanical engineering outfit, not chemical engineers. 

Crisafulli dredge systems have been installed in over 30 wastewater treatment facilities, including most recently an award winning system at Natchez, Mississippi, as well as the Wastewater Treatment plants in places such as Lompoc Regional WWTP, California, the Douglas County Sewer in Zephyr Cove, Nevada, the City of Mandan, North Dakota, and the City of Bozeman, Montana.  

The communitites of Glendive and West Glendive - here in rural Eastern Montana - have 90 acres currently in lagoons, and the communities are in the process of evaluating how to address the current and future wastewater needs. 

You can't blame us for wondering if we could be of any assistance to local public works departments.

We turned to Rosa-lee Cooke, Water/Wastewater Instructor at the Mountain Empire Community College, Big Stone Gap, Virginia, who offers an online curriculum in Water and Wastewater Treatment Technology, and an Associate in Applied Science Degree with a Water/Wastewater Specialization for some background. 

"In theory and at the chemical level, coagulation and flocculation is a three step process consisting of flash mixing, coagulation and flocculation.  The primary purpose of the coagulation/flocculation process is the removal of turbidity from the water.  Water with little or no turbidity will be clear."

"The end product of a well-regulated coagulation/flocculation process is water in which the majority of the turbidity has been collected into floc, which is clumps of bacteria and particulate impurities that have come together and formed a cluster."

Time for the bucket demonstration:

  1. We collected buckets of sludge from the West Glendive sewage lagoon.
    SRS Crisafulli geotube demo

  2. We vigorously mixed the sludge.
    SRS Crisafulli Geotube demo

  3. Gregg Lebster prepared a selection of coagulant chemicals to add to the sludge.
    SRS Crisafulli geotube demo

  4. We mixed the coagulant with the sludge to create floc - which was then poured through a small geotube fabric sample. 
    SRS Crisafulli geotube demo
    Dan Kramer, from Montana Rural Water Systems, Great Falls, Montana inspected Gregg's floc, and the clear water that had separated from the sludge.

  5. Later in the day, we repeated the demonstration at the fire hall.  Our improvisations resulted in a small geotube - held here by Ed Trainer, Geotube marine and coastline market manager, filled with fresh floc.
    SRS Crisafulli Geotube demo

We hear from people in the field that many communitities are being encouraged to build mechanical plants;  we also hear that mechanical plants are both labor and energy intensive, and that the passive, non-energy intensive lagoon system may yet have more useful lives.

Coagulation and flocculation

To read more, please see Rosa-Lee Cooke's Lesson 4, Coagulation and Flocculation, Mountain Empire Community College.

To read more about the proposed improvements to the Glendive wastewater infrastructure:

Great West Engineering West Glendive Public Works Wastewater Treatment Plant Presentation, and, City of Glendive, Public Meeting Presentation, April 26, 2011, Wastewater System Improvements.

Topics: wastewater treatment plant, sludge, flocculation, coagulation, sewage lagoon

SRS Crisafulli Hosts Tencate Geotube and Watersolve

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Fri, Sep 28, 2012 @ 15:09 PM

SRS Crisafulli, Inc. invites interested members of the community to a bucket demonstration and presentation of dewatering technologies at the West Glendive Fire Hall at 1:00 pm, Tuesday, October 2.

Presentations will be by:
Jim Bridges, Clearwater Dewatering, Nampa, Idaho

Gregg Lebster, President, WaterSolve, LLC, Grand Rapids, Michigan, and

Ed Trainer, Geotube marine and coastline market manager, Tencate Industrial Fabrics

 1:00 – 3:00

West Glendive Fire Station

Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Tencate Geotubes

Tencate Representative Ed Trainer will demonstrate how to use a Geotube as part of a dewatering and sludge separation system. 

Gregg Lebster will discuss the art of polymers. 

SLUDGE DEWATERING
Efficient removal of water in the liquid solids separation is key to overall use cost analysis. WaterSolve is keenly aware of the value and cost of producing solids to be removed from your site.

GEOTUBES®
WaterSolve polymers offer excellent solids retention and high filtration efficiencies in dredging operations where the floc formation time is often limited and the time to specified cake dryness is critical.

For more information about the arts:

www.gowatersolve.com

www.tencate.com

R.S.V.P. or questions:  Ms. Elizabeth Kaiser, Marketing Manager, SRS Crisafulli, Inc., Glendive, MT.

SRS Crisafulli is a business partner with TencateGeotubes.  SRS stands for Sludge Removal Systems.

We look forward to seeing you for this presentation and discussion.

Topics: crisafulli, dredging, dredging system, Treatment Plant Operator, Municipal dredging, biosolids

Facts About Peat Moss Harvest; Dredging Peat Moss

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Thu, Aug 02, 2012 @ 08:08 AM

By Frank Robinson, SRS Crisafulli Sales Applications Specialist

Peat moss is described by SUN GRO Horticulture as a derivative "from the decomposition of organic material located in bogs, including mosses, reeds and shrubs. Peat bogs are found throughout the world..."  Peat moss can be used as a soil amendment, as a fuel source and more.

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Picture courtesy of Riccardo Pravettoni, UNEP/GRID-Arendal; http://www.grida.no/publications/rr/the-natural-fix

peat key
Peatlands cover 3% of the world's land surface.   According to SUN GRO, "Peat bogs are found throughout the world but are principally located in the northern hemisphere with significant numbers of peat bogs found in Canada, Finland, Ireland and Russia. There are more than 270 million acres of peat lands in Canada representing 25% of the world's supply..."  Although harvesting peat moss usually requires the bog "first [be] drained of near-surface water and cleared of all surface vegetation," SRS Crisafulli customers have successfully used Crisafulli dredges to harvest peat moss without draining the bog.

According to Linda Chalker-Scott, Ph.D., "peat moss is an environmentally friendly organic amendment essential for may horticultural purposes."  In Dr. Chalker-Scott's publication, The Myth of Permanent Peatlands, she explains "peat moss has an amazing capacity to hold water like a sponge, slowly releasing it as the surrounding soil dries out."

Peat moss is used to improve poor soils to make them more productive. In so doing, this once living vegetation actually promotes plant growth in landscapes and gardens. In turn, these "greenscapes" cool the environment, filter the air, and capture carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Restored bog
Partially restored peat bog

Dr. Chalker-Scott says, "There is often a perception that this natural resource cannot be diminished; sales material from one local peat producer claims their supply of peat from a 150-acre lake is "virtually limitless."  The reality is that peat moss accumulates very slowly, and "it is more accurate to describe commercial peat removal as mining."

SRS Crisafulli Specialist Frank Robinson is working with a long-time customer who has been successfully using a Crisafulli Dredge specifically for peat bog harvest.

Rotomite 6000 dredging a peat moss bog
 A Crisafulli Rotomite 6000 dredging a peat moss bog.

 

Linda Chalker-Scott, Ph.D. is an Extension Urban Horticulturist and Associate Professor for Puyallup Research and Extension Center, Washington State University.  You can visit her webpage at:  www.puyallup.wsu.edu/~Linda%20Chalker-Scott

Sun Gro is the largest producer of peat in North America and the largest distributor of peat moss and peat-based growing media products to the North American professional plant growers market.  You can visit them at:  www.sungro.com

Would you like to learn how you can harvest a peat bog using a Crisafulli Dredge?  Contact SRS Crisafulli Specialist Frank Robinson at FrankR@crisafulli.com or call 800-442-7867.

Topics: Dredges, crisafulli, dredge, agriculture, rotomite 6000, peat bogs, peatland, peat bog harvest, peat bog mining

How To Navigate SRS Crisafulli's Product Catalog

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Jul 11, 2012 @ 08:07 AM

By Elizabeth Kaiser, SRS Crisafulli Marketing Manager

We all want to find what we are searching for - quickly and easily. 

With our new Crisafulli online catalog, now you can - at least when you are searching for Crisafulli dredges, pumps, power units and/or parts and accessories.  The new catalog allows you to search our Crisafulli product list using your specifications, features and options that match your product requirements.SRS Crisafulli Product Catalog

Navigate to the product catalog from the SRS Crisafulli website.  You can search for your product using keywords or you can browse through the catalog.

Let's explore the keysord search approach. 

search

In the upper left corner of the catalog you will see Search Catalog with a search text box below. 

Type your keywords in the text box and then click the 'Go' button to initiate the search.  You can use generic terms, such as "PTO trailer pump", Crisafulli product brand names, such as, "Rotomite 6000", or product specifications, such as, "50 hp power unit".  For this example, we've typed "PTO trailer pump".  The catalog displays a list of Crisafulli products matching our keywords, organized by product line.

results
We realize now that we're actually interested in Humpback trailer pumps, so we click that heading and get the following list.

list

From this screen you can compare items based on the results from your search criteria.  For our example we want to narrow the serach further and compare just the 12" pumps.

Check the boxes in the first column for each of the products with 12" pumps, then click the 'Compare Items' button at the top of the list.  You will see a side-by-side comparison of Crisafulli 12" PTO Humpback Trailer Pump Specifications.

side by side
See larger example of side by side comparison.


Now you can see which product best fits your requirements.  To request more information, check the boxes directly below the product images and click the 'Request Information' button at the upper left.

Give the Crisafulli Product Catalog a try!

Topics: crisafulli, srs crisafulli, Product Information, Replacement Part, Tips

SRS Crisafulli Congratulates Miss Montana 2012 Contestants

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Jun 20, 2012 @ 12:06 PM

SRS Crisafulli is a fan of the Miss Montana Scholarship Program.  Glendive Montana is the home of the SRS Crisafulli factory as well as the Miss Montana and Miss Montana's Outstanding Teen Scholarship Programs.  The Town of Glendive hosts a parade followed by three nights of competition ending with the crowning ceremony.

Wikipedia hosts some interesting and entertaining historical Miss Montana facts.  The first competition took place in 1939.  Ten years later, in 1949, after Miss Montana Carol Fraser's
"horse nearly fell into the orchestra pit, the use of live animals was banned from Miss America talent presentations."  In 1970, Miss Montana Jane Opp "took over title after original winner Kathy Huppe resigned due to pageant officials asking her to stop speaking out against the Vietnam War."

Today MissMontana.com describes the program as "the Miss Montana Scholarship Program exists to provide personal and professional opportunities to young women to promote their voices in culture, politics, and the community." 

Meet this year's Miss Montana and Miss Montana's Oustanding Teen winners:

Miss Montana

Miss Montana Alexis Wineman from Cut Bank is an art major at the University of Montana.  Her platform is autism awareness.  Read more in the Billings Gazette.  Photo Credit:  missmontana.com

 

Miss Montana Outstanding Teen 
Miss Montana's Outstanding Teen Moira Flynn Shea From Helena.  Miss Shea's platform is skin cancer prevention and education.  Photo Credit:  missmontana.com

Once again, the contestants made our day last Monday by stopping by the SRS Crisafulli factory for a photo shoot.  There were 7 Miss Montana and 11 Miss Montana's Outstanding Teen Contestants.  The day was a little windy and a bit chilly but these hardy Montana gals made the annual event a fun success! 

Here are some parade day photos:


Watch amateur staff video excerpts of the photo shoot.

Topics: srs crisafulli, Montana, Articles, Glendive

SRS Crisafulli Takes Notice of New Technology in Floating Wetlands

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Jun 13, 2012 @ 13:06 PM

By Elizabeth Kaiser, SRS Crisafulli Marketing Manager

SRS Crisafulli spotlights an article from the magazine WaterWorld titled "Floating Wetlands Help Boost Nitrogen Removal in Lagoons" by Mark A. Reinsel, Ph.D.  Dr. Reinsel is a Professional Engineer who focuses on treating mining and other industrial wastewaters through biological, chemical and physical processes.

The article introduces us to research on floating treatment wetlands (FTW) and discusses FTW's ability to reduce nutrient levels in lagoons, including small municipal systems with average flows between 12 - 16 gallons per minute.

These studies review and compare the effectiveness of applications in wastewater treatment lagoons, raw wastewater, ponds and lakes, and agricultural runoff into waterways.  The earliest study conducted was for a Montana Board of Research and Commercialization Technology (MBRCT) grant.  The Rehberg Ranch, a planned community near Billings Montana, is one of the sites for this FTW study.

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Rehberg Ranch Residential Subdivision, Billings, Montana.  Photo Credit:  Midwest Floating Island, LLC

Midwest Floating Island, LLC has published case studies summarizing FTW technology. Case studies include the Rehberg Ranch lagoon, McLean's Pit Landfill in New Zealand and an alternative nesting habitat in California. 

The Midwest Floating Island FTWs are constructed of post-consumer polymer fibers, vegetated with native plants.  FTWs mimic the ability of natural wetlands to clean water by bringing a "concentrated wetland effect" to any water body - in this case, an aerated wastewater lagoon.

Read the WaterWorld article Floating Wetlands Help Boost Nitrogen Removal in Lagoons.

About the author:  Mark A. Reinsel, Ph.D., P.E., is President of Apex Engineering. Dr. Reinsel has 27 years of experience in consulting, industry and academia.

Learn about the colorful history of Rehberg Ranch.

Submit your own Crisafulli product experience case history.

Watch Crisafulli product videos.

Shop the Crisafulli product catalog.

 

 

Topics: crisafulli, srs crisafulli, lagoon, Montana, Articles, habitat remediation

SRS Crisafulli Survey: Silty Rivers of the World

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Jun 06, 2012 @ 13:06 PM

In Steven Solomon's book Water, The Epic Struggle for Wealth, Power and Civilizationhe lists some of the world's siltiest rivers.  Which river do you think is the most silty?  Let's take a closer look at 5 silty rivers.

A quick search on Wikipedia revealed the following data.

The Colorado River

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 Photo Source:  Planetware.com; Horseshoe bend on the Colorado River in Arizona

The Colorado River is the principal river of the southwestern United States and northwest Mexico. The 1,450-mile (2,330 km) river is a vital source of water for agricultural and urban areas in the southwestern desert lands of North America. The river and its tributaries are controlled by an extensive system of dams, reservoirs and aqueducts, which furnish water for irrigation and municipal supplies of almost 40 million people both inside and outside the watershed.

The Colorado's steep drop through its gorges is also utilized for the generation of significant hydroelectric power, and its major dams regulate peaking power demands in much of the Intermountain West. Since the mid-20th century, intensive water consumption has dewatered the lower course of the river such that it no longer reaches the sea except in years of heavy runoff.

The Nile

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 Photo Source:  ancient-egypt.info; Ancient Egypt Nile River

The Nile is a major north-flowing river in northeastern Africa, generally regarded as the longest river in the world. It is 6,650 km (4,130 miles) long. It runs through the ten countries of Sudan, South Sudan, Burundi, Rwanda, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Tanzania, Kenya, Ethiopia, Uganda and Egypt.

The Nile has two major tributaries, the White Nile and Blue Nile. The Blue Nile is the source of most of the water and fertile soil.  The northern section of the river flows almost entirely through desert, from Sudan into Egypt, a country whose civilization has depended on the river since ancient times.

The Yellow River

The Yellow River
 The Yellow River at the Hukou Falls

The Yellow River or Huang He, formerly spelled Hwang Ho, is the second-longest river in China after the Yangtze and the sixth-longest in the world at the estimated length of 5,464 kilometers (3,395 mi).  Originating in the Bayan Har Mountains in Qinghai Province in western China, it flows through nine provinces of China and empties into the Bohai Sea.

Frequent devastating floods and course changes produced by the continual elevation of the river bed, sometimes above the level of its surrounding fields, has also earned it the name "China's Sorrow." 

 
The Yangtze

The Yangtze River
The first turn of the Yangtze at Shigu (石鼓) in Yunnan Province,
where the river turns 180 degrees from south- to north-bound

The Yangtze, Yangzi or Cháng Jiāng is the longest river in Asia, and the third longest in the world. It flows for 6,418 kilometres (3,988 mi) from the glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau in Qinghai eastward across southwest, central and eastern China before emptying into the East China Sea at Shanghai. It is also one of the biggest rivers by discharge volume in the world. The Yangtze drains one-fifth of the land area of the People's Republic of China (PRC) and its river basin is home to one-third of the PRC's population.

The prosperous Yangtze River Delta generates as much as 20% of the PRC's GDP.  For thousands of years, man has used the river for water, irrigation, sanitation, transportation, industry, boundary-marking and war. The Three Gorges Dam on the Yangtze River is the largest hydro-electric power station in the world.  In recent years, the river has suffered from industrial pollution, agricultural run-off, siltation, and loss of wetland and lakes, which exacerbates seasonal flooding.


The Yellowstone River

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 The Yellowstone River At (SRS Crisafulli Factory Location) Glendive, Montana

The Yellowstone River  is a tributary of the Missouri River, approximately 692 miles (1,114 km) long, in the western United States. Considered the principal tributary of the upper Missouri, the river and its tributaries drain a wide area stretching from the Rocky Mountains in the vicinity of the Yellowstone National Park across the mountains and high plains of southern Montana and northern Wyoming.

In Montana the river has been used extensively for irrigation since the 1860s. In its upper reaches, within Yellowstone Park and the mountains of Montana, it is a popular destination for fly fishing. 

 

Which of our 5 rivers do you think is the world's siltiest river? (Choose one below.)

The Colorado
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 The NileAncient Egypt Nile River resized 600

The Yellow
The Yellow River

 The YangtzeThe Yangtze River

The Yellowstone
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Topics: Montana, habitat remediation, river dredging, Glendive

Direct to Montana

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Thu, Apr 26, 2012 @ 13:04 PM

By Laura M. Fleming, SRS Crisafulli CFO and President

Our friend, Governor Schweitzer, is in New York City this week promoting Montana tourism:  “go to Montana to see how it was.” 

His friend, David Letterman, hosted him on the Late Show last night.

Of great interest to me was Governor Schweitzer’s announcement of the direct from New York to somewhere in Montana flight, which I had heard rumored.  I am a frequent commuter from our home near New York City to SRS Crisafulli’s manufacturing plant in Eastern Montana.  The idea of a direct flight is appealing.

So, the answer is...

Starting on June 9, and running on Saturdays through September 1, for $600 on United Airlines, you can catch a flight from Newark, New Jersey (airport code EWR) at 8:30 in the morning Eastern Time, and be in Bozeman, Montana (airport code BZN) at 10:15 am Mountain Time, a four hour forty-two minutes elapsed time direct flight.  The following Saturday, if you get to the Bozeman airport by noon, you will be back in Newark by 6:00, a four hour elapsed time flight, with good tail winds.

Bozeman Airport
 Photo Credit:  bozemannet.com

So why Bozeman?  You’ve landed west of Billings, south of Helena, and 90 minutes to the north gate of the Yellowstone National Park.  Bozeman is the 4th largest city in the state - population 37,000. 

The city was founded in 1883. Bozeman is a college town at 4,820 feet, in the Bridger Mountains, the Tobacco Root Mountains, and the Big Belt Mountains, east of the Continental divide. 

Bozeman is a great launching place for a summer holiday, and only five and a half hours west of our town, Glendive, by road.

Well done, Governor!

Topics: srs crisafulli, Montana, Articles, Glendive, Governor Schweitzer

What is "Fishing?" SRS Crisafulli Studies Oil and Gas

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Wed, Apr 18, 2012 @ 08:04 AM

By Elizabeth Kaiser, SRS Crisafulli Marketing Manager

Residents of Eastern Montana and Western North Dakota are fortunate to have access to many natural resources. 

Paddlefishing Montana
Paddlefishing on the Yellowstone River with SRS Crisafulli employees

Outdoor recreation is a popular past time here, with fishing at the top of the list.   Ask many residents here what kind of fish have they caught or what tool(s) they used to catch their trophy and their answers will become enthusiastic tales of "Well, there was that time when..."

There is another natural resource here that is quickly forming the base of a booming industry - oil, and if you pose the same fishing questions to members of that industry you will receive completely different answers.  'Fishing' in the oil and gas industry is a necessary activity, requiring specialized fishing tools and trained tool operators.

What does 'fishing' mean in the oil and gas industry?  The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) defines fishing as:  the procedure of recovering lost or stuck equipment in the wellbore.  Lost or stuck equipment can be anything from a piece of scrap metal to a part of the drill stem, and must be recovered before work can proceed.

Because the type of 'fish' varies so much likewise the fishing-tool varies greatly as well.  For example cutters (tools used to separate portions of the 'fish') might be knives, chemicals or explosives.  The many types of fishing tools also include:

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Download National Oilwell Varco
Fishing
Tool brochure

 

  • overshot with junk basket
  • magnets
  • spear
  • taper tap

To see more fishing tools, National Oilwell Varco has published an extensive list of their various fishing tools.

 

 

 

 

Learn more about oil and gas regulation in North Dakota, North Dakota Oil and Gas Division, and in Montana, DNRC Montana Board of Oil and Gas .

Learn more about Crisafulli's FLUMP dredge for industrial applications.

Topics: srs crisafulli, Montana, Oil Production, Industrial Mining

FLUMP Field Installation Helped by Novel Means of Communication

Posted by Elizabeth Kaiser on Tue, Apr 03, 2012 @ 12:04 PM

By Elizabeth Kaiser, SRS Crisafulli Marketing Manager

Sometimes we need to look up a phone number, check an account, or find an engineer ASAP for on-the-go technical information.  Most of us today rely heavily on our cell phones and email for these important communication needs.  On rare occasions, however, we may find ourselves with no cell coverage, no access to email, and no time to wait for a text or email response.  Maybe not often, but you have to admit, it does happen.

Recently SRS Crisafulli Specialists Chad Schipman and Tristan Hoff were dispatched to install a Crisafulli FLUMP in a remote area of Mexico.  Unfortunately, however, upon arriving at the final destination airport in Mexico, Mr. Schipman discovered his baggage had been lost.  The missing baggage contained the Operations and Maintenance (O&M) manual documenting all the technical specifications for the FLUMP they were about to install and for which they were scheduled to provide training.

Thanks to years of experience, the installation was successfully completed without the manual, but they still needed the technical specs.  Mr. Schipman realized he had no cell phone service and access to his remote email was blocked.  However, he did have Internet access.  On the final morning of the installation visit the home factory received a live chat request (a feature recently made available on the crisafullipumps.com website) from our very own Mr. Schipman.

Chat live now

Within a half hour we were able to publish the required O&M pages and pump curve papers via the crisafullipumps.com website for fast and easy download.  Later that day another chat request came in from Mr. Schipman.  Working together the Engineering, Sales and Marketing departments were collectively able to assist Mr. Schipman. They provided him with flow calculations, general advice and the other documents Mr. Schipman required.  "The live chat was a 'life saver,'" said Mr. Schipman upon his return home.

Contact us

Ever find yourself in a similar situation?  Perhaps we can assist with our live chat function found at crisafullipumps.com.  It is available 8-5 MST Monday through Friday.  During off hours you can use the live chat to leave us a message and we will respond ASAP. 

 

 

Watch video on how to install discharge tubing.

See our current list of equipment in stock.

Topics: crisafulli, srs crisafulli, flump, Product Information