. Synthèses des départs/Pompes de relevages

English translation: outgoing line overview (?) / lift pumps

22:52 Jan 10, 2004
French to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering / building--monitoring systems??
French term or phrase: . Synthèses des départs/Pompes de relevages
Le système permettra l'extension future de la gestion par simple modification des synoptiques, déclaration des points et ajouts de matériel d'acquisition / commandes.
. La gestion des équipements électriques,
. Signalisation des arrivées des tableaux électriques,
. Synthèses des départs,
. La gestion des équipements de plomberie,
. Pompes de relevages,
. Reprise en synthèse des alarmes sûreté et sécurité,
. Liaison par transmetteur d'alarme 16 voies.
Gregory Fischer
United States
Local time: 04:46
English translation:outgoing line overview (?) / lift pumps
Explanation:
Guesswork for the first, but it has to be some sort of system monitoring and giving information on power going out of the system.

lift pump. A suction pump.
[Scott Bldg]
pompe de relevage. Lifting pump [Degrémont]

I'm not convinced a lift pump HAS to be a suction pump, but these pompes de relevage are used to pump things (sewage from basement facilities, seepage water from basements) UP to the municipal sewer level.

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Note added at 2004-01-10 23:02:33 (GMT)
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Contrary to sump pumps, which I believe are (usually) for occasional use, pompes de relevage are permanently installed.

<<Help! We own a 1924-built 3 story home in Ohio. Although my husband has no formal home improvement experience- he\'s done pretty darn well. Now we are at an impasse though. I want to put a half bath in the basement for convenience (second kid on the way) and to increase the resale value. He says you must install a very expensive \"up-flush\" toilet to do this. ...

The solution to your problem is a lot easier than you\'d think.
The approach around here (Michigan) is to install a plastic sump (basin) below the concrete basement floor and use a sewage ejector pump (also called a ***lift pump***) to pump out the waste when the sump gets full.>>
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outgoing line overview (?) / lift pumps


Explanation:
Guesswork for the first, but it has to be some sort of system monitoring and giving information on power going out of the system.

lift pump. A suction pump.
[Scott Bldg]
pompe de relevage. Lifting pump [Degrémont]

I'm not convinced a lift pump HAS to be a suction pump, but these pompes de relevage are used to pump things (sewage from basement facilities, seepage water from basements) UP to the municipal sewer level.

--------------------------------------------------
Note added at 2004-01-10 23:02:33 (GMT)
--------------------------------------------------

Contrary to sump pumps, which I believe are (usually) for occasional use, pompes de relevage are permanently installed.

<<Help! We own a 1924-built 3 story home in Ohio. Although my husband has no formal home improvement experience- he\'s done pretty darn well. Now we are at an impasse though. I want to put a half bath in the basement for convenience (second kid on the way) and to increase the resale value. He says you must install a very expensive \"up-flush\" toilet to do this. ...

The solution to your problem is a lot easier than you\'d think.
The approach around here (Michigan) is to install a plastic sump (basin) below the concrete basement floor and use a sewage ejector pump (also called a ***lift pump***) to pump out the waste when the sump gets full.>>


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Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Tony M: Yes, I agree with the logic of your 'guess' --- may be some kind of 'mimic display' showing status of outgoing poer lines. Possibly 'outgoing line mointoring system', but you really need more context to be sure
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