At Metropolitan, we can supply all equipment needed to keep your pump station functioning as efficiently as possible. Our adaptability and knowledge of new technologies give us the ability to supply the most cutting-edge equipment, which can extend the life of a system and save end users funds. Metropolitan was recently chosen to supply all […]
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The life blood of any commercial building is the mechanical systems running behind the scenes that include domestic water booster systems, fire suppression pump systems and HVAC systems.
Ion Digital Level Controller to Replace Mechanical Float Switches on Residential Sump and Sewage Pumps
Mechanical pump switch’s days are numbered thanks to a new product called the Ion Digital Level Control launched by Romeoville, Ill.,-based Metropolitan Industries that replaces mechanical switch operation with intelligent microprocessor technology.
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