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  1. Largest EscaMax® Screens Exceed Expectations
    12/22/2014

    Huber Technology delivered and installed two EscaMaz® belt screens for the City of Miami, with plans for two more at the end of 2014. During testing, flow was diverted to one screen at an initial rate of 75 MGD (5% above rated flow). This flow was maintained for 40-50 minutes with consistent performance, at which time plant operators decided to increase flow until the upstream water level overflowed the weir and this did not occur until 85-90 MGD (3.725 to 3.940l/s).

  2. Perforated Plate Screen EscaMax
    12/22/2014

    The EscaMax® complements the well-known HUBER program for municipal and industrial wastewater screening, as it is particularly well suited in situations where excellent separation efficiency is required in deep channels with high water levels. Perforated screening elements provide superior separation efficiency in comparison with slotted screening elements. It has been proven that two-dimensional perforations are better than one-dimensional slits.

  3. EscaMax Perforated Plate Fine Screen
    12/22/2014

    The EscaMax® is particularly well suited in situations where excellent separation efficiency is required in deep channels with high water levels. The sturdy EscaMax® screen is able to reliably cope with high amounts of gravel and grit. The two-dimensional screening elements prevent especially long fibres from passing through the screen and thus achieve the maximum separation efficiency.

  4. Multi-Rake Bar Screen RakeMax®
    12/22/2014

    The RakeMax® is a bar screen with a spacing from 1/4” to 6” (6 to 150 mm). Its bars have either a streamlined tear drop profile (spacing ≤ 12 mm) or a rectangular shape (spacing > 12 mm).

  5. RakeMax Multi-Rake Bar Screen
    12/22/2014

    Protecting Your Investment in Technology
    When considering effective treatment technology performing at design standards, the headworks of a plant might be the most critical place in a WWTP. What happens there will greatly influence the downstream process.

  6. Biological Drinking Water Treatment: Microbiological Considerations For The Operation And Control Of Biofilters
    12/22/2014

    It’s well known the beneficial role that particular groups of microorganisms have in the food and beverage industry. Similarly are the beneficial aspects that either engineered or non-engineered biological treatment systems have in the drinking water production process.

  7. What Is SCADA?
    12/22/2014

    VTScada™ HMI software is an all-in-one SCADA central for plant and telemetry applications of any size. We designed VTScada to make you productive in your first hour, with instantly intuitive tools and a unique architecture that integrates all core SCADA components in a single, easy-to-use package.

  8. Smart Metering Not An All Or Nothing Proposition
    12/19/2014

    Water utilities of all sizes face daunting challenges.  Small utilities face the same challenges as large utilities, but have to do more with less.

  9. Intranet Of Things For Water/Wastewater Podcast From Schneider Electric
    12/19/2014

    Water systems are a decades-old infrastructure that have been slow to adapt to new technologies. 

  10. VTScada 11.1 HMI / SCADA Software Datasheet
    12/19/2014

    This sixteen-page datasheet provides a concise introduction to the qualities that make VTScada different from other monitoring and control software products.

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