BARNES

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The Barnes product family provides versatility, high performance and unequaled value.

Engineers, plumbing contractors and homeowners have continued to depend on Barnes pumps for reliability and durability since the brands’ founding in 1895. From essential applications like sewage and wastewater to fountain pumps and revolutionary pressure sewer systems, Barnes pumps deliver innovative, cost-effective solutions supported by best-in-class service.

APPLICATIONS OF BARNES PRODUCTS

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Wastewater and Sewage

Chopper, Grinder, and Non Clog solutions for every solids handling application.

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Pressure Sewer

Providing practical and environmentally safe alternative to gravity sewers, Barnes Pressure Sewer products are ideal in locations with difficult terrain, reducing sewage infrastructure cost by allowing smaller diameter piping to be used in place of large complex sewage systems.

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Plumbing

Sump, Sewage, Effluent, and Utility pumps for residential and light commercial applications.

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Dewatering

Portable submersible and transfer pumps for basements to emergency services.

BARNES CLIENT SUCCESS STORIES

Application Overview: Life Before Chopper Pump: The Fayetteville Public Works Commission (PWC) proudly serves Fayetteville/ Cumberland County in North Carolina with reliable, award winning electric, water and wastewater services. PWC has the distinction of being the first utility in North Carolina to receive the Partnership For Safe Drinking Water Director’s award for outstanding commitment to quality drinking water. PWC serves more than 86,000 wastewater customers, and owns or manages...

Application Overview: Life Before Chopper Pumps: The Santa Ynez Community Services District (CSD) provides community sewage disposal services in the Santa Ynez area. The CSD owns a portion of City of Solvang’s waste water treatment plant capacity in addition to owning and managing a collection system consisting of manholes, gravity lines, force mains and pump stations. The Chumash Mission Indian Tribe owns a 0.2 MGD waste water treatment plant and two pump stations that are maintained ...