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- Oct 21, 2007
That helps.OK, ignore the pump. It is 3 pumps with their own drive controlled by a single Triplex unit. It is ment to rotate what is the lead/lag pumps to equalize wear on the pumps and increase output to match demand. It is a working, fully functional, programmable, self-contained unit.
This is an example of the system we have: https://towle-whitney.com/water-booster-pumps/triplex-water-booster/
Yes, the plumbing is going to be changed, but due to how the building is layed out and machine locations there is going to be a very large difference in dynamic head between outlets. The concern here isn't anything to do with the pump, it's before/after the pump. Before the pump is the water storage system that the pump will draw from and after the pump is obviously the supply for the 4 machines, 6 hose bibs, 5 handheld water polishers, and one small nozzle for flushing the runoff trenches.
I believe you're looking for a mechanical engineer. I would start with a mechanical contractor and ask who they recommend to design a new system.