A&M Kyle Field

Texas A&M’s Kyle Field was named after Edwin J. Kyle. He was the athletic council President and the Dean of Agriculture who led the way in getting a new facility built for the Aggies in the late 1920s. With the capacity of only 32,000 when it opened in 1929, the field has grown enormously since then, to a capacity of 102,512. This makes it the largest stadium in the SEC, and the third largest in College Football.

TIGERFLOW was given the opportunity to design and build two end suction booster stations for Texas A&M. Each TIGERFLOW Series ES-3000-H-VFD-NSF booster consists of:

(3) Paco Series LC, cast iron, bronze fitted, mechanical seal, end suction pumps
(1) U.L. Listed, Nema 4, TIGER’S EYE MARK V, variable speed power and control panel
(1) Data Industrial paddlewheel flow sensor

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