A Snapshot of Our Success: Unique Solutions for Every Phase of Your Project
“We get the greatest satisfaction from following a project from inception through design, engineering, construction, startup and operation down the road to see that we have made a difference in the productivity and success of our customers.”
Our team consists of Certified Sales Professionals who bring outstanding experience across the industrial, water and process needs arenas. By representing more than 70 top-tier manufacturers and equipment lines, and building great relationships with top-tier engineering firms, we’re there for you every step of the way.
Our goal is to help industries meet their unique equipment needs in solids/liquids separation, bulk material handling, chemical feed, pumping and waste/wastewater treatment. From the initial concept to spec development, budgetary procing and the study phase – all the way through to contractor work, the fabrication and construction to the end user – we’re there with personal, dedicated service and knowledge.
A Few of Our Solutions:
NEW! RO Skid: This incredible reverse osmosis (RO) skid will ship soon from Integrated Separation Solutions to an IPM Dynamics industrial wastewater treatment customer in Kansas. Integrated Separation Solutions is one of the top-tier organizations IPM Dynamics represents, an industry leader in resolving recovery issues for water, process and wastewater, among other critical areas.
- Power Magazine’s 2011 Plant of the Year, Iatan 2, Missouri
- Solutions to Wastewater Aeration Basin Problems, Kansas
- RO Retrofit System for Westar Power Plant
- SAG Mill for Southern Utah Iron Mine
- Sludge Pumps for an Industrial Pre-Treatment Facility, Missouri
- UV Disinfection Equipment for a Packaged Sanitary Wastewater Treatment System, Missouri
- Bottom Ash and Gypsum Dewatering Systems for Multiple Power Plants, Tennessee
- Sanitary Pump Station for a Nuclear Power Plant, Kansas
1. Power Magazine’s 2011 Plant of the Year, Iatan 2, MissouriCourtesy: KCP&L
IPM Dynamics brought their experience, innovative perspectives and unique solutions to a recent project with KCP&L to establish a raw water pretreatment system and a new packaged sanitary treatment system along the banks of the Missouri River in the western portion of Missouri.
The plant, named Iatan 2, allowed IPM Dynamics to coordinate the resources of WesTech, Inc., Smith & Loveless, and engineering firm Burns & McDonnell for a project that helped earn Power Magazine’s highest honor as Plant of the Year.
IPM entered the project in the beginning phases. The unique collaborative nature of the project and significant increases in efficiency gains make it a true standout among power and energy professionals across the nation. Read more here.
2. Solutions to Wastewater Aeration Basin Problems, KansasCourtesy: KCP&L
IPM Dynamics helped a well-known Kansas beef processor when their existing aeration system, made of EPDM material, was being attacked by aggressive wastewater being fed into the basins – leading to membrane creep and serious aeration inefficiency.
Additionally, the waste going out to lagoons wasn’t meeting effluent waste requirements and the processor needed to reduce BOD input to their wastewater lagoons. Utilizing Stamford Scientific Solutions, in addition to pumps and equipment from Franklin Miller, Vulcan and Bornemann, all manufacturers represented by the IPM team, IPM helped the processor solve the problem with Teflon-coated membranes that minimize exposure to aggressive waste for long periods . Specifically, the solution IPM created is screening and pumping out solid waste from the processor and directing it to a concentrated waste facility, meeting compliance requirements and adding new process efficiencies. The solution is being applied to other similar systems nationwide.
3. RO Retrofit System for Westar Power PlantCourtesy: KCP&L
The IPM Dynamics team helped replace the aging ultrapure water system with a new and more efficient reverse osmosis system.
4. SAG Mill for Southern Utah Iron Mine (Semi Autogeneous Grinding)
The talent and expertise of the IPM Dynamics team worked with Bateman Engineered Technologies to develop a SAG mill solution for a Utah iron mine mill, a new greenfield site, helping the mill refine ore on-site and drastically cut shipping costs while lowering risk.
The SAG mill, located in Cedar City, Utah, operates as the primary grinding circuit for a 9,400 t/d iron ore concentrator. Prior to the solution, the mill was placing raw ore on rail cars for shipment to China. Though outside of the IPM Dynamics traditional territory, the team traveled on a tight time schedule to solve the problem.
5. Sludge Pumps for an Industrial Pre-Treatment Facility, Missouri
This facility located in Missouri had a 1950s system for moving grit form the plant into the lagoon, causing serious reductions in efficiency and reliability. IPM Dynamics helped replace the system with Smith and Loveless pumps.
6. UV Disinfection Equipment for a Packaged Sanitary Wastewater Treatment System, Missouri
Working together with top-tier manufacturer Smith and Loveless, the IPM Dynamics team helped create a low cost, low-maintenance and easy to operate Aquafine UV disinfection system as a solution for this wastewater facility to meet state compliance.
7. Bottom Ash and Gypsum Dewatering Systems for Multiple Power Plants, Tennessee
Sometimes a solution just doesn’t exist … until IPM Dynamics steps in. Reuse for the ash byproducts of fossil-fueled power plants have been under increasing consideration, with ash ponds having been eliminated by the EPA following the failure of a dam and the resulting ruin of a large property area (the ash spill at Kingston Fossil Plant in 2008).
When the TVA began searching for solutions, IPM helped create a process for converting wet ash and gypsum storage to dry storage. The ash byproducts have been applied in some states as a winter roadway product, and the process is helping to eliminate an environmental hazard.
8. Sanitary Pump Station for a Nuclear Power Plant, Kansas
A major nuclear power plant needed a new, easy to maintain sewage lift station, in addition to the required engineering and contractor “turnkey” installation.
The IPM team coordinated with a contractor they work with consistently, and then linked their service with Smith & Loveless, one of the top-tier manufacturers IPM Dynamics proudly represents. Throughout the process, IPM’s expertise assisted the customer in all levels of design, installation, and commissioning for a successful experience. The lift station installed is a self-priming above ground system, meaning that maintenance is simple and easily accessible — helping the ease the customer’s management of the station in a confined space and simplifying management of overall safety.