How To Choose The Right Aeration Blower System For Your Wastewater Treatment PlantSource: Aerzen
By comparing four types of aeration blowers designed specifically for wastewater treatment, this white paper educates engineers on how to develop a selection process best suited for their operation. The paper focuses on minimizing energy consumption and total cost of ownership of the aeration blower system. Download this white paper for a detailed comparison of real operating data on aeration blower technology.
Aeration blowers are one of the wastewater treatment plant’s costliest systems to operate simply because of the energy needed to keep them up and running. With several flavors of aeration blowers on the market, it can be difficult for engineers to determine which one is right for their facility and budget given the total cost of ownership over time. The blower manufacturers that guarantee energy efficiency enable the plant to render a significant cost savings that can be used to benefit other parts of the operation.
Right-sizing the plant to accommodate an aeration blower is critical in today’s wastewater treatment environment, and many aeration system vendors offer a plug-and-play option flexible enough to meet the needs of any given facility. This white paper compares four types of aeration blowers — two types of positive displacement and two types of dynamic blowers — designed specifically for wastewater treatment. Further, this paper educates the engineer on how to narrow the selection process based on the plant’s specific situation, and it helps the engineer appropriately define both the design and the evaluation criteria of aeration blower technologies. Tips on oxygen demand, filtration, dust retention, flow control, plant set-up, and more are covered.
Download this white paper to learn which aeration blower system is right for your operation.