Valve Orientation for Standby Pump Operation for Tough Tanks

  • The Standby Pump substitutes for either the process pump or the tower/evaporator pump on occasions when service and/or maintenance is required on these pumps.
  • The standby pump is connected to the process and tower/evaporator pumps via the standby pump manifold. A series of suction and discharge valves control the flow of these pumps.
  • Pump Tank Station with Valve Orientation
  • Use this chart to correctly open/close the suction and discharge valves for standby pump operation.
  • OpenCloseNormal Operation
  • Valve A : Open
  • Valve B : Closed
  • Valve C : Closed
  • Valve D : Open
  • Valve E : Open
  • Valve F : Closed
  • Valve G : Closed
  • Valve H : Open
  • OpenCloseStandy Pump Operation for Tower/Evaporator Pump
  • Valve A : Closed
  • Valve B : Open
  • Valve C : Closed
  • Valve D : Open
  • Valve E : Closed
  • Valve F : Open
  • Valve G : Closed
  • Valve H : Open
  • OpenCloseStandy Pump Operation for Process Pump
  • Valve A : Open
  • Valve B : Closed
  • Valve C : Open
  • Valve D : Closed
  • Valve E : Open
  • Valve F : Closed
  • Valve G : Open
  • Valve H : Closed

For more information about valve orientation for Chilled or Tower water systems, call the Advantage Sales Department at 317-887-0729.

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