The supply of oxygen to four aeration tanks is now handled by five centrally controlled turbocompressors.
In municipal applications, operators must understand which technology will best meet their needs.
Wastewater collection systems are difficult to monitor, control and operate, but solutions are available.
After the hangar’s chopper pump in the wastewater sump failed, the maintenance team looked for a reliable, long-term solution.
Thanks to recent technological developments, split mechanical seals are now a viable solution to seal large shafts on rotating equipment.
The facility upgrades required a temporary system to divert flow and avoid interruptions during the work.
Shifting trends in water use and changing sewage composition cause complex problems for the world’s sewer systems.
Disposable wipes and other non-dispersible products are the modern-day curse for older wastewater lift stations and pumps.
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One manufacturer fulfills dewatering and wastewater needs in the underground transportation system.
South East Water combines grinder pumps and a remote control telemetry network to improve groundwater quality and the economy in Mornington Peninsula.
Shifting trends in water use and a changing sewage composition cause complex problems for the world’s sewer systems.
These technologies allow membrane-based distillation components to be used to produce high-purity drinking water from heavily compromised water sources.
System design and instrumentation decisions can impact the efficiency and maintenance requirements of these pumps in wastewater applications.
Optimization of the selected submersible propeller pumps saved the facility up to $200,000 per year.
These pump types offer longevity, precision and minimal maintenance even when dealing with the harshest treatment chemicals.
New shredder pump technology can prevent costly clogging and minimize damage to equipment and municipal reclamation facilities.
These technologies allow membrane-based distillation components to be used to produce high-purity drinking water from heavily compromised water sources.
VFDs can reduce energy consumption and water loss in variable pumping systems.
The Italian wastewater plant dropped required man-hours and saved more than 170,000 annually in landfill costs.
The design and function of this equipment provide distinct benefits for wastewater processing.
For low-flow effluent applications, a technology used for decades in medical instrumentation has proven ideal for low and ultra-low volume metering of methanol.
Proper flow measurement provides an accurate and cost-effective solution for challenging operating conditions.
Wastewater treatment facilities can take advantage of the latest calculation tools to ensure NEC and OSHA compliance.
South East Water combines grinder pumps and a remote control telemetry network to improve groundwater quality and the economy in Mornington Peninsula.
As the demand for larger dredgers rises, engineers turn to computational fluid dynamics for accurate tests before delivering site prototypes.
The facility replaced old grinder pumps with stainless steel shredder pumps, which have needed no maintenance in almost two years.
Flow accelerators and hybrid mixers provide effective performance while consuming less energy to generate turbulence.