The Rocky Reach Dam is a hydroelectric dam owned by Chelan County Public Utility District. It’s nationally recognized for its efforts in protecting the salmon populations in the Pacific Northwest. Through new innovations in pump design, Flygt developed a system that met the required duty points for the safe passage of fish and kept the hydroelectric dam producing electricity. Check out this video hosted by Terry Bradshaw on Editions, which features Jay Meena, president and CEO of Whitney Equipment Company!
New Lines, New Times!
Thanks to a growing market, Whitney Equipment Company is proud to introduce seven new product lines to our entourage!
• NeoTech – UV Disinfection Systems
• National Pump – Vertical and Submersible Turbines
• John Meunier – Combined Sewer Overflow
• Steady Pumps – Submersible Pumps
• High Tide Technology – Cellular and Satellite Telemetry
• Old Castle – Concrete Wet Well with Integrated Valve Vault
• PCM – Positive Displacement Pumps
By visiting our “Master Line Card” page, you can check out these new additions as well as our other favorites.
See what project we plan on bidding in our “Upcoming Bids” section under the “Company Info” page.
Whitney Equipment Applies Rocky Reach Design and Knowledge to Upper and Lower Baker Dam
BELLEVUE, Wash.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Juvenile sockeye and coho salmon in the North Cascades’ Baker River watershed are migrating to sea this spring in record numbers, an occurrence fish biologists believe is attributable, in large part, to Puget Sound Energy’s broad salmon-enhancement efforts.
“From year to year, a lot of diverse factors – Mother Nature is one – can affect fish populations. From what we see, the evidence suggests that the technology we recently built and deployed on the Baker is contributing, perhaps in a big way, to these record fish runs.”
As of today (June 16), approximately 470,000 young salmon had been collected by PSE fisheries crews, trucked around the utility’s two Baker River hydroelectric dams, and placed back in the river for their instinct-driven journey to the sea. More than 341,000 juvenile sockeye and 127,000 young coho salmon had been collected for downstream transport. With about a month still to go in this year’s downstream migration, both tallies already eclipse the Baker River’s previous outmigration records: 289,000 for sockeye (set in 2006), and 79,000 for coho (set in 1989). (Continue Article)
Rock Reach Fish Bypass
Whitney Equipment Company provides equipment and assists in engineering for the Hydro Achievement Award-winning Juvenile Fish Bypass at Rocky Reach Dam
If you’re interested in what upcoming projects we’re bidding, take a look at “Upcoming Bids” page under Company Info!
System flowrate have you stumped?
System flowrate have you stumped? ISCO open channel, Rosemount magmeters for existing fixed piping systems and MGD Technologies for large pipes and system-wide flow studies.
Whitney Equipment is Rosemount’s Municipal Representative for the Pacific NW
When Whitney Equipment was approached to be the municipal representative for Rosemount’s Flow Measurement line, we quickly relized this would be a great fit. Rosemount leads the industry in many flow, pressure, level and wireless technologies, and we are exicited to support all end users and consulting engineers in Oregon, Washington, and Northern Idaho