WASTEWATER AERATION & BLOWERS WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

Bioloop Retrofit Reduces Energy Consumption By 43 Percent

When a broken shaft caused a malfunction in one of the brush aerators at the village of Liberty, NY, WWTP, the village worked with its engineers to develop a plan for repair and upgrade.

Mixers Prevent Buildup And Reduce Wetwell Cleaning Charges

The City of Reno, NV, has long battled the buildup of fats, oils, and grease in the wetwells of wastewater lift stations in the valleys within this high desert city. Recently, the city set out to address the problem and reduce the associated costs.

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WASTEWATER AERATION PRODUCTS

Air Blowers

Air Blowers

Mass Transfer Systems offers air blowers for aeration systems, the bulk of which are either multistage cetrifugal or positive displacement blowers. MTS can provide technical assistance in selecting the blowers to best fit your project.
Industrial Mixing and Aeration

Industrial Mixing and Aeration

Applicable industries: Power Plants • Refineries • Chemical Plants • Mining
KLa Systems Complete Systems

KLa Systems Complete Systems

A typical system consists of the Slot Injector™ aerators, jet mixers or jet aerators complete with in-basin piping system, back-flush system, liquid recirculation pumps, and air blowers.  The pumps supplied are either end suction centrifugal, submersible, or self-priming. Low pressure air is delivered by positive displacement blowers, screw compressors, multi-stage or high speed centrifugal blowers.

Fine Bubble Membrane Disc Aeration Of Activated Sludge Treatment

Fine Bubble Membrane Disc Aeration Of Activated Sludge Treatment

Fine bubble membrane disc aeration has been significantly improved by the group of Aquarius engineers who bring decades of aeration experience to the market.

RWL Water Twister Low-Speed Surface Aerator

RWL Water Twister Low-Speed Surface Aerator

The Twister aerator provides outstanding mixing and durability for wastewater treatment and supplemental aeration. The slow-moving rotating turbine’s specially designed vanes create a strong pumping force that pulls water up from the basin. This provides an ideal air-to-water interface, creates high oxygen transfer, and optimizes the wastewater treatment process.

Stainless Steel Disk Aeration Module

Stainless Steel Disk Aeration Module

Surgical die cut air releases in UV resistant tubing
Bi-Directional Jet Aerators

Bi-Directional Jet Aerators

Mass Transfer Systems bi-directional jet aerators are designed with jet aeration nozzles installed on both sides of the liquid/air jet aeration manifold. This configuration is most applicable for square or rectangular tanks, larger lagoons, and sequence batch reactors where directional flow patterns are not desired.
MicroShield Technology

MicroShield Technology

Our diffusers can last upwards of 10 years. It isn’t science fiction. It’s simply science, multiplied by our MicroShield Technology to protect against degradation.

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WASTEWATER AERATION & BLOWERS PODCASTS

The Right Technology To Fit Your Needs

The Right Technology To Fit Your Needs

Aerzen supplies blowers for industrial and for wastewater treatment. Tom McCurdy, Regional Sales Manager at Aerzen, told Water Online radio in an interview that his company is unique in that they have the ability to help customers pick the right technology for the application without bias because they have multiple technologies available. They will work with the customer within what they need in terms of maximum and minimum flows, pressure swings, on-off cycles, etc., and will help guide a customer towards the right technology.

Introducing The O-Factor In Aeration

Introducing The O-Factor In Aeration

There is no one-size-fits-all solution when it comes to aerating wastewater lagoons. As Randy Chann, President and CEO of Environmental Dynamics International (EDI) explains in this Water Online Radio interview, each lagoon environment needs to be configured to meet both financial and regulatory outcomes.

Looking To The Future Of Wastewater Treatment

Looking To The Future Of Wastewater Treatment

Evoqua is looking toward the future– and that future is energy-neutral wastewater treatment plants.

Energy Savings At The Aeration Basin

Energy Savings At The Aeration Basin

With infrastructure dollars still tightly constricted, Aeration Industries International is focusing its attention on making wastewater treatment as cost-effective as possible. “Eighty percent of a wastewater treatment plant’s energy consumption takes place at the aeration basin,” Michael Ramirez, Director of Marketing for Aeration Industries points out in this Water Online radio interview. “Infrastructure dollars are low, everybody knows that. So we need to look for ways to really save money for the customer.”

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WASTEWATER AERATION VIDEOS

AccuFAS Aeration Pattern

AccuFAS Aeration Pattern

The Brentwood-engineered AccuFAS Submerged Fixed-Film system adds a fixed-growth surface for biomass to provide enhanced biological treatment and increase capacity for municipal and industrial wastewater. Composed of Brentwood’s structured-sheet, fixed-film media, AccuFAS was developed to optimize airflow and mixing while maximizing contact between the waste stream and biomass.

Custom-Designed Waste-To-Energy System Produces More Energy Than This Food Processing Plant Can Use

Custom-Designed Waste-To-Energy System Produces More Energy Than This Food Processing Plant Can Use

RWL Water custom-designed and implemented a waste-to-energy solution for Amadori, a leading Italian poultry producer.

Tornado® Surface Aerators Help Obregon, Mexico Earn Energy Conservation Awards

Tornado® Surface Aerators Help Obregon, Mexico Earn Energy Conservation Awards

RWL Water supplied Tornado aerators as a key part of the engineering solution for a new wastewater treatment plant in the city of Obregon in Northwestern Mexico when wastewater began contaminating groundwater, affecting livestock and causing disease.

Kaeser Compressors: The Benefits Of Package And System Integration

Kaeser Compressors: The Benefits Of Package And System Integration

Kaeser's blower product manager, Stephen Horne, explains how wastewater treatment facilities can benefit from utilizing blower package and system integration for increased efficiency.

Energy Efficient System Design For WWTPs

Energy Efficient System Design For WWTPs

Energy is a huge portion of a wastewater treatment plant's operating costs, with aeration blowers being a major user. System splitting with adaptive control reduces electrical, maintenance, and initial investment costs.

Winterization Tips For Compressed Air Systems

Follow these 5 tips to make sure your compressed air system is ready for winter.

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WASTEWATER AERATION & BLOWERS NEWS

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ABOUT AERATION

 

A common first step in the secondary treatment process is to send wastewater to an aeration tank. In an aeration tank, bacterium is used to effectively break down pollutants into less harmful components. Wastewater aeration provides the appropriate oxygen level so that aerobic bacteria can thrive in degrading pollutants such as iron and manganese as part of the wastewater treatment process. Aeration can also be used to destroy anaerobic bacteria that perish in the presence of oxygen. Aerobes that can break down pollutants 10-100 times faster than anaerobes are used most frequently.

Aeration is also used to improve waste lagoons and other waterways such as lakes and reservoirs where oxygen deficiency contributes to taste, odor and pollutant problems. Equipment used for wastewater aeration includes low cascades, jet fountains, spray nozzles, blowers, submerged perforated pipe and porous plates or tubes. Whether the water is thrown into the air via a fountain or diffused by air bubbles being blown or drawn into the wastewater in an aeration tank, aeration works by increasing the area of contact between the oxygen in the air and water.

The most common wastewater aeration process in use today is the air diffusion process, where air is introduced from blowers through diffusion tubes suspended in a spiral flow tank, or in some cases, through diffuser plates in the bottom of the aeration tanks.