Pump Station Automation System


Pump station automation systems (PSAS) is designed for control, protection and management of process equipment of a pump station. PSAS maintains optimum operation mode independently. Operation can be performed locally at the pump station or via a telemetry system from other customer's facilities.

Scope of Automation

  • pump station (composed of main pumping units with electric motors, booster pumping units with electric motors, inlet/outlet automated valves of main and booster pumping units);
  • automated valves;
  • automatic outlet pressure regulating system;
  • station junction point;
  • bearing lubrication systems of pumping units;
  • pumping room ventilation system;
  • system of electric room supporting ventilation;
  • leakage pumpout system.

Main Features

  • automatic control of all necessary process variables, equipment condition and indoor environment parameters;
  • automatic protection of process equipment;
  • independent maintaining of optimum operation modes for main and secondary process equipment;
  • control of equipment in accordance with operator commands;
  • detection of equipment failures and operator command execution failures;
  • visualization and registration of the main process variables and parameters characterizing equipment condition during normal operation, maintenance and commissioning;
  • data processing and transmitting to telemetry system.


PSAS has a centralized three-level architecture. PSAS meets typical requirements to control systems:

  • high reliability due to distributed self-diagnostics and redundant critical units;
  • ease of use due to process programming and object-oriented control;
  • integration of diverse data collection channels in one system.


  • Flexibility

The system can be completed by modules allowing solving different automation tasks.

  • Versatility

The system features compatibility with numerous filed devices from various vendors.

  • Functionality

The system components provide for additional operation modes (simulation, testing and masking) and other features, such as unauthorized access protection and event logging to monitor personnel actions.