Equipment: Waste Water Treatment
IPM Dynamics supplier basis covers virtualy all forms of waste water treatment including physical/chemical, biological, and filtration processes.
- C&G Wastewater
- CBI Walker
- Epic International
- Ford Hall Co., Inc.
- JDV Equipment
- Midwestern Fabricators
- MRI – Meurer Research
- Nelson Environmental
- Pacific Press
- Phoenix Process
Aeromix designs, manufacturers and markets some of the most advanced aerators and mixers for water and waste water treatments as well as drinking water treatment systems.
For more than 20 years, the patent and patent-pending products at Aeromix have been designed and engineered to meet exact customer specifications and are built for the most rugged performance capabilities. The United States Army Corps of Engineers, Halliburton, Coca Cola and Contrack International are just a few of the aeration and treatment system projects the company has worked on. The treatments by Aeromix can be used in a variety of plants including commercial buildings, military installations and institutions in every part of the world. Its compact treatment services can provide clean drinking water to thousands of people.
The newest product line at Aeromix is the solar solution in aeration and circulation. This is a solar-powered aerator system with circulators that focus primarily on the quality of water in lakes and ponds. Headquartered in Minneapolis, MN., Aeromix is a subsidiary of the RWL Water Group and provides sales and service to more than 70 countries around the globe. Read more about Aeromix.
AerResearch is an industry leader in wastewater aeration technology. It designs and supplies customized systems for wastewater treatment based on its premier manufacturing representatives.
When it comes to innovation, many think of AerResearch because many of the improvements within the aeration industry were first developed here. Those developments are even becoming the standard because of the high quality of engineering and the leadership given by AerResearch on every project. For more information on services with AerResearch go to www.aerresearch.com.
With around 300 installations under its belt and dozens of patents, AerResearch has a proven track record for offering easy installation, low-energy costs as well as providing rugged equipment. Instead of cutting corners, AerResearch is focusing on quality for each client. No matter if the project is asking for a retrievable lagoon aerator, sludge mixing, ultra-high oxygen transfer or a complete system, AerResearch guarantees to be there every step of the way.
First entering the market in 1967, the Air-O-Later company offers more than 40 years of excellent floating aeration and submersible mixing products.
Today, the product is known as the Aquarian and has four product lines, all made in its Kansas City, Mo., facility. The company has continued to grow and develop its lines, with more than 400 dealers nationwide. Utilizing numerous top-tier manufacturer representatives, Air-O-Later is able to serve its customers by separating them into three equipment groups: aquaculture, consumer and commercial.
In 1967, Roycraft Industries created the original Ice-Away, a product designed as a deicer to prevent ice from forming around marinas and docks. The product grew from there, and a few years later, the company developed the water-cooled submersible electric motor. It was in 1972 that the new and improved Ice-Away had another useful purpose. While positioned with the propeller near the water’s surface, the product became the perfect pond and lake aerator. The Air-O-Later name inspired the Air-O-Later Corporation to form in 1973. View more information on the products at Air-O-Later.
C & G Wastewater uses an advanced and innovative system that allows waste water to be minimized with a zero discharge. They are a pioneer in the industry when it comes to manufacturing evaporators utilizing vacuum technology.
There are three sorts of evaporators that C & G manufactures: ES Series, V-NT Series and the ME Series. The V-NT Series is by far the most common evaporator that is applied to treatments for 40 to 6,350 GPD with an automatic discharge. The other series are for smaller usages and multi-stage evaporation treatments. For more information on treatments with C & G visit www.cgevaporator.com.
For more than 50 years CBI Walker has been a superior provider of wastewater and water clarification, filtration, and digestion solutions.
It’s a far cry from its roots in the bridge planning and construction business, but what has made it so successful is their innovation to change. Some of its top solutions for treatments include: the Claricone solids contact clarifier, FiltraCone modular water treatment plants, Decelerating-Flo filters and the Egg-Shaped anaerobic digesters.
The company first started out in the design and construction of bridges and was called the Chicago Bridge & Iron Company, in 1889. Like any progress, the company has grown and with its acquisitions in the past ten years, CBI has now expanded its service line to include the top manufacturing providers in the world. Read more about CBI Walker.
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.
For turnkey biogas and geosynthetic liner solutions, Environmental Fabrics (EFI) is your best bet.
EFI (Environmental Fabrics) creates, fabricates and then installs their revolutionary solutions that are completed dedicated to eliminating the negative ecological impact, rising operational efficiency and the promotion of customer profitability. On a global scale, Efi-Thermafab’s specialization of biogas applications for various greenhouse gas emission reduction projects relies on top-tier manufacturing representatives.
A collaboration of environment construction, civil engineering and product manufacturing made this company in 1993. Its three partners, and their more than 50 years of experience, allow Environment Fabrics to offer solutions from the ground up with design, fabrication and installation. Read more about EFI projects.
Entex is invested in clean water environment. The company offers a superior choice in waste water treatment solutions specializing in fixed film biological processes.
Utilizing both of these systems gives Entex the best of the best solutions to effectively address a facility’s space constraints as well as any budgetary concerns. As more customers are choosing to demand high quality systems with an increased plant capacity, Entex is there.
With more than 40 years of experience, Entex experts have been a part of several IFAS and MBBR installations. These projects are built on professional designs, seamless executions and very happy customers. The company’s BioWeb media is utilized in many waste water system upgrades, no matter the size, for municipal and industrial. For more information on Entex, go to www.entexinc.com.
Epic International provides quality products and services for aerators, mixers, screw pumps and flight decks. Its aerators are constructed with a purpose and provide customers with performance and durability.
Both its mixers and screw pumps come with amazing service offerings but some of the key benefits are its reliability, long life and self-regulation as well as its high efficiency and simple construction. Learn more about Epic’s product lines.
Specializing in integrated anaerobic, anoxic and aerobic processes as well as SBR’s and BNR process, Fluidyne is an industry leader that is recognized all over the world.
This company has been supplying wastewater process equipment and the technology to back it for more than two decades with hundreds of installations around the globe. Fluidyne has set the bar as an innovator of technology because of its development of ISAM, SAM, JAC-oxidation ditch and Hydro-Grit technologies.
From start to finish, Fluidyne has the ability to handle every aspect of developing wastewater treatment facilities. With its complete process equipment and controls for any size treatment plant, Fluidyne can provide everything for the complete wastewater treatment system. Learn more about Fluidyne.
Ford Hall Co., Inc.
Ford Hall is the premiere company for automated weir cleaning systems. With 32 different types of systems, the weir product line can be installed on circular, multisided, domed, covered or even open clarifiers and thickeners.
The Weir-Wolf line was specifically created to attach to the skimmer arms of tanks for no additional strain or torque. This eliminates excessive energy consumption.
Ford Hall is good at what they do and they take the time to custom design each and every cleaning system in the field for individual application. Read more about Ford Hall.
The Fournier Rotary Press illustrates a revolutionary concept to sludge dewatering. With six different models, the rotary press is the core process in dewatering and is complete with sludge and polymer feed systems.
The process is simple. When sludge is fed into the channel it is rotated between chrome-plated screens that revolve parallel to each other. As the sludge travels throughout the channel it continues to dewater and eventually it forms a cake near the end of the press. The Fournier rotary press utilizes friction during the churning-like process.
Fournier is headquartered in Quebec, Canada. Learn more here about the rotary press.
Fuji Electric Corporation utilizes their dielectric design in the production of ozone generators for applications worldwide.
Fuji Electric Corporation of America is a US wholly–owned subsidiary of Fuji Electric Holding Company of Japan incorporated in the U.S since 1970. Fuji Electric has a long standing tradition of being a leading Company in technology development and quality manufacturing. Utilizing their core competence in an integrating fashion, Fuji Electric engages in the supply of ozone generation equipment to water and waste water treatment Municipalities and various industrial segments.
Fuji Electric started the supply of ozone systems in 1973 in Japan and Asia for drinking water and wastewater applications with over 110 municipal installations and entered the North American market in 1998 installing ozone capacities in excess of 25,000 kg of ozone per day. Read more abuot Fuji Electric.
JDV Equipment Corporation provides screw conveyors, screening and digester gas handline equipment and services for wastewater treatment, water treatment and industrial and agricultural applications in an environmentally friendly way.
This makes JDV a leading manufacturer of top of the line products and services. For more than 50 years, the company has been helping customers resolve everyday dilemmas finding safe ways to sustain environments with water and wastewater treatment.
Located in New Jersey, JDV has focused on its service before, during and after a system is in place. The core of the business is handling equipment and services and JDV needs the best suppliers to do this. It was in the beginning that JDV incorporated the Carter Anaerobic and Water Treatment product lines. Read more about JDV.
Midwestern Fabricators offers a variety of custom designed FRP products and services for many different industries like waste water treatment, water treatment and odor control.
With more than 61 certifications for specific applications, Midwestern Fabricators(MWF) depends on premier supplies to both design and install engineering services for product applications. Many of MWF products are unique and custom built for the customer. Because the customer is so important, MWF boasts about its high level of customer service. MWF remains competitive in the fiberglass reinforced plastics market and provides duct work, pressure piping, tanks, troughs and cover systems for several industries.
MFW is based in Salt Lake City, Utah and aims to provide an effective and efficient product to meet all requirements. Not only is MFW able to give customers the best product possible but at a very affordable price. Read more about Midwestern Fabricators services and products.
From small lab mixers to high energy series with maximum duty performance, Mixtec has a solution for companies that need efficient mixers and impellers for different applications.
With 75 years of proven experience worldwide, Mixtec offers custom design services designing, on-site researching and knows all the international trade standards. The high performance equipment at Mixtec has the caliber of equipment for water applications, mining and industrial environments. The company also offers a variety of fluid agitators, impeller systems and sealing equipment capable of solving the most complicated applications.
Mixtec NA has purposely aligned itself with commercial gearbox manufacturers for unique design capabilities and fast, flexible and reliable solutions. For more information on Mixtec products, visit www.mixtec.com.
MRI – Meurer Research
Meurer Research (MRI) gives water and waste water treatment facilities the solution they need to tackle even the most complex challenges.
MRI focuses on its plate settler and sludge collector technologies designed and manufactured entirely in Golden, CO. With superior performance standards, Meurer has specific systems for increasing the clarifier capacity, maximizing solid removal, fine tuning pre-treatment systems and improving flow management. With more than 50 patents, Meurer has both foreign and domestic customers and has performed over 5,000 installations. There are a wide range of solutions that optimize the water and waste water treatment industry with advancements like MRI BIO-CEL® MBR, inclined plate settlers, Hoseless Cable-Vac™ Sludge Collector, ultra-scraper, mix & match Flocculation Systems™, time machine pilot systems, and package plants
Meurer’s Colorado operation features a 30,000-square-foot facility designed exclusively for manufacturing and marketing products for water and waste water treatments. The line of products at Meurer are created for the customer in mind and begin with years of experience from the in-house research and development team of engineers. The products are tested with computational fluid dynamics, test tanks and simulators. No matter the specifications, Meurer can build it. Learn more about the products at Meurer.
Nelson Environmental offers effective and affordable water and waste water treatment solutions specializing in lagoon optimization. The company’s primary focus is on the OPTAER lagoon process.
Nelson has a solid reputation on researching and developing technologies set for cold temperatures. That, coupled with years of experience in lagoon and pond-based project applications, has positioned them as an industry leader. Nelson is able to optimize and restore the existing water and waste water treatment facility infrastructure. As a complete solution provider, the company does more than just manufacture equipment. Customer service is at the top of the list and Nelson has the capabilities to offer a diverse mix of methodologies, technology and expertise in this much needed industry.
In the past decade, the company has installed more than 150 water and waste water treatment projects. Of those projects, more than 95 percent were turn key solutions that included equipment supply, design and installation. Nelson Environmental is dedicated to the development of integrated waste water treatment technologies and designs that maintain the low capital and operation and maintenance costs of the original stabilization and aerated lagoon concepts, while achieving the effluent quality performance of “high-tech” advanced treatment facilities. Learn more about Nelson Environmental today.
OCECO has been producing the highest quality of safety equipment for waste gas disposal and flammable liquid storage systems for more than six decades.
OCECO stands for Oil Conservation Engineering Company. With impressive safety, durability and performance records, OCECO has earned a reputation around the world as a leader in gas safety equipment solutions. When it comes to waste water treatment systems, the company gives users a full line of safety equipment in order to handle waste gas disposal and fire prevention. Many companies have maintenance, monitoring and service requirements when dealing with flash fires and waste gas disposal. OCECO can provide the necessary tools to help these facilities run efficiently and trouble free.
The Cleveland, Ohio company initially supplied tank fitting and venting equipment and was the first to do so. The company has had different ownership since its beginnings in 1921. OCECO was bought out by Johnston and Jennings Company and then, after World War II, Pettibone Corporation purchased the company. Shortly after that, the company decided to call the line of products, as well as the company, OCECO once again. Today, OCECO is owned by a group of employees who purchased the business in 1986. The organization is world renowned in a variety of markets and supplies a large offering of equipment. Read more about OCECO.
Pacific Press specializes in the manufacturing and installation of filter presses and related support equipment to remove solids from liquids, coupled with engineered solutions across numerous industries. As they describe themselves, “we support all industries, from wineries to refineries.” Read more about Pacific Press.
Pacific Press specializes in the manufacturing and installation of filter presses and related support equipment to remove solids from liquids, coupled with engineered solutions across numerous industries. As they describe themselves, “we support all industries, from wineries to refineries.” Read more about Pacific Press.
Phoenix Process Equipment Company has installed hundreds of sludge dewatering systems around the world.
For more than 25 years, Phoenix has poised itself as an industry leader and is well known for its residual dewatering and liquid and solid separation products. In order to meet strict requirements, companies within the aggregate and industrial minerals markets turn to Phoenix to deliver the most efficient and cost-effective products. From start to finish, Phoenix designs and then manufacturers many of today’s high quality systems for slurry and sludge thickening, dewatering, effluent water treatment, purification, recycling and other processes.
Based in Louisville, KY., Phoenix gives users a comprehensive system solution to handle many water conservation strategies that includes project management, consulting and operations. Read more about Phoenix products and services.
When it comes to safety and reliability in chlorine dioxide systems, facilities around the world look to PureLine.
The Illinois-based company has several patented and proven equipment models to give customers savings and efficiency in addition to safety and reliability. Some of those patented products begin with the exclusive line of PureLine’s chlorine dioxide systems which helps expand the capabilities of water treaters, equipment manufacturers, chemical companies, product makers and service providers. Working closely with our customers, we are actively engaged in not only searching for new ways to improve the water treatment process, but discovering ways to make it safer, more eco-sensitive and cost-effective to protect and preserve our planet’s most precious resource
PureLine is located in Palatine, Il., and has an experienced and dedicated team of professionals. For more information on the products and services at PureLine, go to www.pureline.com.
S&N Airoflo is a leader in floating brush rotors and waste water treatment applications.
They have become an industry leader based on their reputation of lowering operational costs for customers as well as reduced maintenance costs and easy installation. Since 1989, the company has been able to improve from their original design concept. The process combined an intricate blade shape with an aggressive configuration of a blade that exists on a floating platform.
S&N’s equipment design calls for less maintenance based on a simple preventative maintenance program which requires inspections not repairs.There are EZ-Access solutions for oxidation ditch applications and also equipment designed for lagoon applications with bank installations.
For more than 20 years, S&N has been supplying floating brush rotors to municipalities and industrial facilities. S&N-designed aerators give users more efficiency with less horsepower. This adds up to a power savings of about 30 to 60 percent for several types of waste water treatment applications. S&N is located in Greenwood, MS.
Schwing Bioset, or SBI, provides quality services and products for high solids pumping and fluid bed drying solutions used in mining, waste water and other markets where there is a need for industrial grade solutions.
There is a certain customizing that goes along with the engineering at SBI and customers can expect to receive specialized installations and applications in many sectors. Facilities like mines, pharmaceuticals, refineries and waste water treatment plants can really take advantage of SBI offerings. The benefits are the ambition to improve methodologies and techniques of the existing solutions as well as the diversity and engineering applied to each and every application.
In 2006 Schwing Bioset separated itself from Schwing America’s material handling division. Forming this new company in Somerset, WI., and adding a 20,000 square foot manufacturing facility, SBI is now home to the highest quality of engineering and manufacturing. Read more about SBI.
Severn Trent Services – Tetra
TETRA® is one of the most trusted names in drinking water and wastewater filters. Biological Wastewater Treatment Biofiltration is a biological wastewater treatment technology used in municipal, steel, and chemical manufacturing facilities, solid waste processing plants, composting operations, and rendering plants. Biological systems use microorganisms that consume and destroy organic compounds as a food source. […]
TETRA® is one of the most trusted names in drinking water and wastewater filters.
Biological Wastewater Treatment
Biofiltration is a biological wastewater treatment technology used in municipal, steel, and chemical manufacturing facilities, solid waste processing plants, composting operations, and rendering plants. Biological systems use microorganisms that consume and destroy organic compounds as a food source. TETRA biological filters and wastewater treatment systems are used for applications that require treatment including removal of BOD, ammonia, suspended solids and nitrate-nitrogen. The major benefits of this system are that it allows a sewage treatment installation in nitrogen sensitive areas, where a conventional system may not be allowed.
Drinking Water Filters
In gravity filters, the underdrain is one of the most important components contributing to overall system performance and operation — whether a new filter design or retrofitting of an existing filter. Severn Trent Services offers TETRA LP Blocks™ dual parallel lateral underdrain and the TETRA U Blocks™ underdrain for drinking water and desalination pre-treatment applications.
Tertiary and Wastewater Treatment Systems
The key to the success of any wastewater program is to employ technology capable of producing advanced wastewater treatment plant effluent that is safe and cost effective. Tertiary filtration and disinfection of secondary effluents are the acceptable and prevailing technologies for meeting this challenge. The need for water resource management program coupled with the occurrence of more stringent water quality standards governing treated wastewater either for disposal/discharge, reuse or reclamation places significant importance on the use of TETRA DeedBed, Denite® and NSAF filters to successfully produce quality advanced wastewater treatment plant effluents. Severn Trent Services offers the TETRA T Block® and TETRA SNAP T® underdrain filters for wastewater applications. Their proven designs provide superior distribution for both water and air, separately or concurrently.
Read more today about Severn Trent Services Tetra products.
Smith & Loveless
Smith & Loveless delivers products for water and wastewater treatment and pumping systems that are energy efficient and cost effective.
With a core focus on wet well mounted solids handling lift stations and packaged aerobic wastewater treatment systems, the company has performed thousands of installations across seven continents and in more than 70 countries. Smith & Loveless aims at making the world a better place by putting focus on the environment with its products and services. As an industry leader, Smith & Loveless is known in many markets as the go-to technology supplier of pump and pump stations, head works, waste water treatment, membrane bioreactors, filtration systems and mineral recovery. The products at Smith & Loveless have set the bar for systems in municipalities, governmental and military facilities. There is an unmatched quality to the products at Smith & Loveless and there is a definite need for a premier supplier to do so.
B. Alden Smith and Compere Loveless started their company in 1946. It first started as a sales engineering firm that represented only a handful of waste water manufacturers. The duo saw a need for factory assembled pump stations very early on which is the basis of their success. Smith & Loveless are always seeking patents on their inventions. The company has more than 60 active U.S. patents with foreign patents in 15 other countries, several applications pending and more than 25 foreign and domestic trademarks. Read more about Smith and Loveless.
SSI – Stamford Scientific International
Stamford Scientific International (SSI) provides customers with engineering support for processes as well as two-dimensional and three-dimensional capabilities, on-site services, installation and specification reviews.
Because SSI is an active member of the Water Environment Federation, clients know they are getting a quality product. SSI customers save nearly 30 percent on energy compared to other systems like bubble aeration. The systems at SSI are known to last longer and run more efficiently because of their promise to not cut corners.
Since it first opened in 1995, SSI has been given several patents for its products. The New York business not only has its headquarters in Poughkeepsie, but has several operations all over the world including the United Kingdom, Korea, the Netherlands, China and India. Learn more about the products and services at SSI.
Tank Connection Affiliate Group
Tank Connection Affiliate Group is leading provider of bolted liquid storage tanks, aluminum domes, and field welded tanks Tank Connections bolted storage tanks lead the industry in erection cost and schedule as well as reliability through it’s powder on powder coating system.
Tank Connection Affiliate Group is leading provider of bolted liquid storage tanks, aluminum domes, and field welded tanks Tank Connections bolted storage tanks lead the industry in erection cost and schedule as well as reliability through it’s powder on powder coating system. TCAG is made up of several family companies to provide specialization of services and applications around the world With TCAG there is no single choice in tank construction. The Kansas based company easily offers customers four options of steel storage tanks with complete design, fabrication, and installation services.
While the company is headquartered in Parsons, KS., it has corporate offices around the world to meet customer needs. For more information on the fabrications by Tank Connection, go to www.tankconnection.com.
Not all waste water treatment facilities are alike so when it comes to designing heavy-duty screening equipment for its processes, there’s no one like Vulcan Industries.
Not all waste water treatment facilities are alike so when it comes to designing heavy-duty screening equipment for its processes, there’s no one like Vulcan Industries. The company can custom design and manufacture even to the most innovative customer specifications. Besides the manufacturing of mechanical equipment, Vulcan can also manufacture control panels in its own UL-approved electrical shop.
For more than 30 years, Vulcan has been the key element in the waste water treatment market. Since its humble beginnings in Magnolia, IA., in 1975, the company has grown to perform thousands of jobs on at least five different continents. The small business venture has now grown to more than 40,000 square feet with 50 employees and even relocated to its current headquarters in Missouri Valley, IA. For more information on the products at Vulcan Industries, go to www.vulcanindustries.com.
WesTech Engineering provides a complete array of water, waste water and process equipment for industrial applications, from engineering and manufacturing of individual equipment items to the supply of complete turnkey systems.
WesTech Engineering provides a complete array of water, waste water and process equipment for industrial applications, from engineering and manufacturing of individual equipment items to the supply of complete turnkey systems. At its most basic level WesTech is a solids/liquids separation company with a range of equipment solutions including clarifiers, dissolved air flotation cells, membranes, multi-media filters, thickeners, and much more. At a more complex level WesTech can provide a complete raw water or wastewater treatment system including all necessary treatment equipment, piping, controls, pumps, dewatering, and chemical feed equipment. By using its staff experience and passion to problem solve, WesTech gives advancements in water technologies that can also offer benefits to humanity and society, too.
As an employee-owned company, WesTech believes it has a different level of commitment to the customer and the product. In 1972, just after the Clean Water Act was passed by Congress a group of engineers found World Environmental Services and Technologies. Today, that company is known as WesTech Engineering. Read more about WesTech and its beneficial products.
When it comes to both primary and tertiary treatment, WWETCO has products developed for the combination of sewer overflow. This new and innovative process is a way to compress media filtration.
When it comes to both primary and tertiary treatment, WWETCO has products developed for the combination of sewer overflow. This new and innovative process is a way to compress media filtration. WWETCO has versatile technology with environmental benefits. There are two products that have been developed and patented, one of which is the Flow Control device. This particular product allows for the higher rate and higher performance treatment of municipal wet weather flows
The founders of WWETCO have at least six decades of experience between them when it comes to environmental engineering services. Having this professional team working on projects will give customers the needed ability to meet those EPA requirements for in-stream water quality standards. Georgia-based WWETCO started in 1996 as a simple engineering and consulting business. It was in 2010 that Westech Engineering purchased WWETCO. Learn more about WWETCO.