Multi-Source Pumping Optimization

Motors@Work patent pending multi-source Pumping Optimization is an integral capability to Motors@Work.  Developed specifically for the Water and Wastewater industry sector, Pumping Optimization provides the intelligence that enables utilities to know exactly where their pumping system energy is going and, more importantly, where it should be going. Pumping system optimization intelligence will meet the operator’s water demands while saving energy expense—all of which goes straight to the bottom line.


Optimize your pumps; INCREASE EFFICIENCY.


Identifies which pumping systems should be operating to meet operational demand


Provides the optimal pumping strategy and system operating configuration


Determines how long each pumping system should operate per day


Recommends daily operating schedule per pumping system


Alerts you to additional capacity requirements to meet demand

Environmental Awareness

Highlights the environmental impact of your pumping operation and the management controls required to keep the program sustainable

Budget Friendly

Calculates the cost per day to operate your pumping systems

Cost Effective

Determines if your pumping systems are operating at the least possible cost


With Motors@Work you instantly understand exactly how your motor-driven equipment energy is being used providing the information and intelligence that will save you energy, reduce maintenance costs, optimize your operations, and improve your motor driven system asset performance. Whether you have a dozen motors or thousands, Motors@Work will provide the flexibility and scalability to meet your needs.

  • Designed to solve a wide variety of motor driven system efficiency management challenges
  • Market-proven, certified, scalable, collaborative SaaS cloud-based solution
  • Flexible enough to handle small single site operation to large complex multinational organizations
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Start reducing your energy cost today!

DMWW pumping optimization has allowed the utility to achieve established industry benchmarks of a minimum of 11 percent to 15 percent in the peak rate and demand charge energy expense.

Doug OscarsonDes Moines Water Works Utility Manager

Today the moral mandate is to  manage one’s assets for optimal performance at the least energy cost and environmental impact; truly a win:win strategy.

Bill StoweDes Moines Water Works CEO and General Manager

Taking a life cycle approach to motor management is essential to optimizing efficiency. Motors@Work will be critical to us accomplishing these objectives.

Royce HammittOperations & Maintenance Manager at Des Moines Metropolitan WRA
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