We begin by slicing into what makes for reliable and high-quality hydraulically actuated diaphragm metering pumps and non-metallic gear pumps. Then we stir things up with a look at inducting and flash mixing gas and/or liquid chemicals with superior velocity gradient mixing intensity into open channels, basins, or tanks. Then it’s onto the plates, with the original developer of laser welded heat transfer surface and the largest supplier of inflated heat transfer surface.
This month we’re treating you to a clarifying message from the CEO of a leading provider of water quality solutions, and a local example of the impact their polymer activation system can have. Then we mix in a look at the next generation of wastewater solutions, including mixing aerators for pump stations, wet wells, and lift stations, as well as floating aerators for large wastewater tanks and lagoons. To wrap up, we spotlight the advantages of a retractable quill developed specifically for sodium hypochlorite, as just one example from a complete line of retractable injection quills.
Plow right in with an example of a leading pump manufacturer providing real solutions to real challenges. Next, see why you’ve now “got a guy” when it comes to clarifier servicing, repair, or replacement. Then reap the benefits with a look at unparalleled performance and reliability in online disinfection monitoring in action.
To start, we’re tapping the inventor of the reverse-flow strainer, acknowledging the key role these strainers play in various stages of the wastewater treatment process, and identifying what truly sets them apart. For relief, a look at passive intakes and underdrain systems that represent the latest innovations in static intake screening equipment. To close, throw strikes by getting straight to the advantages thermoplastic pumps have over three other pump compositions.
Take a turn at seeing how leading three-screw technology tackles the toughest pumping challenges. Then find out that even though the name has changed, the results remain when it comes to polymer activation and blending methods. To wrap things up, quickly flow through a set of inline static mixing and blending solutions that stand apart from the rest.
Bring on the heat, as we explore an array of exceptional laser-welded and hydraulically-inflated laser plates for efficiently and effectively heating or cooling products in a multitude of applications. Then mixing things up with the next generation of wastewater solutions, including mixing aerators for pump stations, wet wells, and lift stations, as well as floating aerators for large wastewater tanks and lagoons. Finally, we let ‘the boys in the lab’ make a splash by making the case for protecting your control room electronics in order to prevent downtime, reduce maintenance costs, and avoid unwanted replacement expenses.
We’re taking a resourceful and environmentally responsible look at activated carbon reactivation. Then, we’re showcasing one “made for municipal” as well as one “ideal for industrial” pump. To top it off, we’re assembling the primary reasons why your choice of field equipment enclosures really matters.
Dip into how thermoplastic construction sets the standard for pump performance when handling corrosive, abrasive, waste streams or ultrapure fluids. Then soak up the latest in pump station design that eliminates the pains commonly associated with submersible lift stations. To finish things off, take a look at three stand-out service offerings from the one stop repair and rebuild shop for municipal wastewater treatment plants.
Dive inside a leading precision metering gear pump for industrial applications. Next, get a feel for how the heat (efficiency) has been turned up on the latest industrial plate heat exchangers, and finish by tapping into three keys to choosing the best mixer for municipal water tanks or reservoirs.
We’ve got some takeaways from chemical dosing case studies in the municipal water and wastewater fields, we identify three keys to getting the best in hydraulic and mechanical polymer activation, and finish off by dropping into the tech and spec of submersible chemical induction high rate mixers.