Common challenges we support your industry with...
Increase productivity and quality standards
Municipalities must provide safe and potable water and effectively dispose of wastewater while complying with regulatory requirements. Additionally, they want to ensure efficient, cost-effective operations with minimal downtime
Reduce contamination risks in your processes
Create a low risk, low contaminant air supply that will help you meet quality standards and regulations.
Minimize total cost of ownership (TCO)
(TCO) includes three major elements: Initial investment, up-time related costs and the cost of energy consumed. Savings on energy costs are the key elements to minimizing TCO.
Service support you can trust
Extend the life of equipment, improve performance, and reduce maintenance to keep wastewater treatment plants up and running.
Reduce supply chain complexity
Reduce the number and complexity of equipment suppliers to synchronize supply, increase buying power, and reduce scheduled maintenance downtime.
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Connecting with the future: WATER 4.0
Water 4.0 puts digitization and automation at the center of competitive water management. Networking of machines and processes increase efficiency, reduce costs, and lower breakdowns through predictive maintenance.
Delivering the perfect fit for any application within the water & wastewater treatment industry
Aeration systems alone within a wastewater treatment plant are known to be responsible for 50-70% of a plant's energy usage. As increasing demand continues to drive up energy costs, many plants are continually looking for ways to maximize efficiency and minimize energy consumption
Wastewater treatment plants can realize energy savings of approximately 20% simply by tailoring their operations to demand. Considering that plant air costs account for 50-70% of the operating budget, substantial costs savings can be generated through gains in efficiency, optimizing maintenance schedules, and minimizing the risk of unplkanned downtime. Choosing the right technology is crucial. The benefits of taking the time to learn about the range of products available from multistage centrifugal blowers, high-speed turbo blowers, positive displacement blowers, or monitoring & controls systems are limitless.
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Process of removing contaminants, or reclaiming valuable metals and chemicals
Any organic or non-organic material that either floats or settles out via gravity is removed
Biological processes (aerobic process)
In the aeration basin microorganisms (sludge), a food source (pollutants in the wastewater flow),
and oxygen are brought together. This results in controlled metabolism of the pollutants
Chemicals can be mixed into the activated sludge before it enters the secondary sedimentation tank
The purpose of secondary clarifiers is to separate the incoming biomass
from the biological reactors into clarified effluent and thickened sludge.
Sand filter backwash system
Air is used to expand the filter bed, breaking up compacted material
Chemicals are added to decrease chlorine content
Outlet pumping station
Discharge into a river or a sea
Waste produced as a result of various agricultural operation
Waste produced as a result of various industrial operation
Waste produced as a result of domestic residuals
Residual sludge digesting in order to reduce its volume and to produce energy
Natural gas grid
Power-to-gas for injection into the gas grid
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