Equipment: Rotating Equipment
IPM Dynamics offer a full range of rotating equipment including blowers, pumps, mixers and centrifuges.
Andritz Atro is a leading industry supplier of screw pumps for waste water and water applications. For 40 years, the company has been supplying solutions within the industry.
But in 2000, in an effort to economically exploit the natural energy potential of rivers, Andritz Atro developed the hydrodynamic screw. This top-of-the-line product provides quality service to industrial, municipal and private customers that utilize smaller bodies of water that have a head flow of up to 10 m. Despite the size of the pond or lake, hydrodynamic screws turn the water flow into a renewable source of energy with incredible value. Even the smallest of hydrodynamic facilities can create maximum potential for pulling energy from the naturally flowing waters. The other advantage is to the water downstream. The hydrodynamic screw, and its process, enriches the water with oxygen which can improve the overall quality of water, is fish friendly and easily installed to the natural environment.
Andritz Atro is headquartered in Nuremberg, Germany and is a part of Group ANDRITZ, an international technology corporation in Graz, Austria. For more information on the hydrodynamic screw, visit Andritz Atro.
APG-Neuros has built a solid reputation with its high speed turbo blower. Other industry leaders have recognized the product’s dominance in the waste water treatment market in the entire western world.
It wanted to develop and market a product that would have an emphasis on technical competency, quality and customer service. These key components are why the NX series Turbo Blower models are becoming the best selling product in their category, especially for waste water treatment applications. To date, there have been nearly 350 units installed in North America and more than 1,000 units installed around the world.
APG-Neuros is jointly owned by Aviation and Power Group and Neuros Company LTD. Both companies are geared up to compete in the municipal and industrial markets in North America. Both companies were built on aeronautic technologies and are fully capable of the licensed manufacturing, selling, distribution and support needed to fully implement the turbo blower. The company is headquartered in Blainville, Quebec, Canada with a manufacturing and testing facility in Plattsburgh, NY. Read more about the high speed turbo blower.
Centrisys has developed some of the most advanced systems of centrifuge dewatering around the globe. Their systems have the ability to deliver the highest quality solutions and applications for nearly any industry.
From municipal and industrial waste water and starch technology to drilling mud, slop oils, dewatering and tank bottoms. For nearly a quarter of a century, Centrisys has perfected the service and performance for every piece of dewatering equipment out there. Today, more than 1,000 Centrisys operation systems are in use around the world. They deliver some of the most sophisticated dewatering and separation solutions in the industry. Not only has Centrisys created such an outstanding product but they make sure that every component is fully integrated for their customers.
The company started in 1987 and was initially a small company servicing and repairing decanter centrifuges in the United States. Headquartered in the Chicago-Milwaukee industrial corridor, the company has grown to be one of the top design, manufacturing and servicing entities in the world. For more information on products at Centrisys go to www.centrisys.com.
Since 1973, Continental has had a reputation of being the standard worldwide for its blower and exhauster solutions.
Based in Syracuse, NY, Continental offers a wide range of systems for money-saving retrofits, installations, controls and accessories with exceptional customer service.Continental Blower’s products can be found at many municipal or industrial wastewater and water treatment plants around the country. Continental provides the most effective services with its centrifugal multistage blowers. The equipment is quiet and performs a variety of critical tasks in order to effectively eliminate all organic matter by introducing oxygen into the tanks of water. These blowers are made to digest gas recovery, handle fine bubble or coarse bubble aeration, lagoon or grit chamber aeration and filter backwash systems and more. For more information on Continental Blower go to www.continentalblower.com