EES and EVI Series

Manufacturer: Clay-Greene

The iconic doghouse style of the EES & EVI series pump stations are the packages that made Clay-Greene! With over 600 installed units this product has become the go to booster package for rural water systems, engineers, developers and municipalities across the southeast. We offer standard packages with pump station flows from 50GPM to 400GPM and standard boost pressures to 175PSI. You will find the EES & EVI stations pulling duty as constant pressure booster pumps, tank fill applications & water system transfer stations. Engineered to be dependable with decades of service for maximum uptime!

Vertical Inline or End Suction Pump options.
Standard Flows to 400GPM.
Standard Pressure to 175PSI.
Simplex or Duplex.
Custom Flows to 1500GPM.
Cost effective yet Engineered for long service life.
Compact tilt-up fiberglass enclosures that are heavy-duty, insulated, ventilated and heated.
Duplex heavy-duty pumps and motors.
Programmable Variable Frequency Drives provide flexible modes of operation, pump protection and communication points for integration of SCADA and telemetry.
Single to three phase power conversion.
Suction and discharge valves for each pump.
Check valves for each pump.
Hydro-pneumatic tank (for low-flow conditions).
Pressure Relief & Surge lines available.
Stainless steel cased pressure gauges on suction and discharge.
Low suction pressure switch and associated circuitry protect against a loss of suction pressure.
U.L. listed 508 control panels.
Hand-off-automatic selector switches, run lights, and elapsed time meters for each pump.
Lightning/surge arrestor and phase failure protection.
Complete O&M manuals guide users through troubleshooting, servicing and spare/replacement parts selection.
Optional Integral flow meter (with transmitter option)

Turn-Key Solution- arrives completely assembled & tested
Constant Pressure
Constant Flow
Mixed Flow System
Variable Frequency Drive, soft-starters or across the line
SCADA ready
Pressure Boosting
Tank Fill
Flows- Low to High
Pressure- Low to High