1. Plant Experiences “Phenomenal Improvement” With Fine Screen Retrofit

    Spanish Fork WWTP utilizes the STEPSCREEN® in two identical headworks systems. The technology upgrade has made a vast difference in plant processing. Prior to the implementation of new technology, only one channel was processed.

  2. STEPSCREEN® Fine Bar Screen

    Huber Technology, through its subsidiary Huber-Hydropress, is the inventor of the STEPSCREEN® concept. This design was unveiled in the early 1980’s to much acclaim and was readily adopted into the designs of well over 3,000 facilities worldwide since the STEPSCREEN® introduction.

  3. Low Headloss Finescreen Makes Retrofit A Snap!

    The STEPSCREEN® has the highest hydraulic capacity of any fine screen due to its larger open surface area when compared to any other Fine Screen technology. Stepscreens works well for plant expansions replacing coarse screens.

  4. Are You Monitoring The Biomass?

    It’s the most fundamental aspect of biological wastewater treatment. Wastewater operators, process engineers and plant managers have traditionally relied upon suspended solid measurements to quantify biomass in their process.

  5. Real-Time Biological Control Solutions For Drinking Water

    The key to solving microbial challenges is the ability to precisely locate contamination hot spots quickly so as to facilitate rapid action.

  6. Getting The Lead Out

    Ensuring the quality and safety of drinking water across the U.S. EPA-monitored 155,000 public water systems has become a national issue.

  7. VPSA On-Site Oxygen Plant Brochure

    In our 100+ years of experience, Praxair has been an industry leader in the development of new air separation operation methodologies, processes and application technologies. Praxair delivers an on-stream reliability of 99% and has a comprehensive set of tools that can optimize customers’ plant performance, productivity, capacity, and efficiency, resulting in production cost reductions. Since Praxair built and commercialized the first Vacuum Pressure Swing Adsorption (VPSA) in 1989, the company’s focus has been on increasing the reliability of non-cryogenic oxygen supply to its customers.

  8. Lyso™ Ozone Sludge Reduction

    About 40-60% of wastewater treatment cost comes from the handling, treatment and disposal of excess sludge. As more restrictive regulations are put in place and energy costs rise, so does the cost of sludge management and disposal. This is where Praxair can help.

  9. Lyso™ Ozone Sludge Reduction Brochure

    The generation of excess bio-solids occurs in the operation of the activated sludge wastewater treatment process. About 40-60% of the cost of wastewater treatment is associated with the handling, treatment and disposal of the excess sludge. As more restrictive regulatory constraints are put in place and energy costs rise, sludge management and disposal costs increase.

  10. UNOX™ Process Upgrade Datasheet

    Over the years, Praxair has had an extensive history of innovation in the wastewater treatment process. In the 1960’s, Praxair wastewater engineers developed the UNOX™ process. At the time, it was a revolutionary concept. Today, with aging equipment and changes in treatment requirements, Praxair can provide a wide range of technologies for UNOX™ upgrades. These enhancements can help UNOX™ facilities achieve reduced operating costs and improved reliability through the upgrade of oxygen generation and dissolution equipment.