ABOUT UGSI SOLUTIONS

UGSI Solutions provides chemical feed and water disinfection technologies to municipal and industrial clients. With a history that reaches back over 100 years, UGSI Solutions combines iconic brands such as Encore® metering pumps, Varea-Meter® flow meters and Polyblend® polymer activation systems with today’s cutting edge technologies such as Microclor® on-site hypochlorite generation, Monoclor™ disinfectant residual management and Tank Shark® tank and reservoir mixing systems. Tens of thousands of installations validate our experience and know-how in the area of chemical feed and disinfection. UGSI Solutions makes your chemicals work harder for you.

DISINFECTION MANAGEMENT

Microclor® On-Site Hypochlorite Generation System Microclor® On-Site Hypochlorite Generation System

Microclor® On-Site Hypochlorite Generation (OSHG) is the safe, reliable and sustainable solution for water or wastewater disinfection.

<i>Monoclor&reg; RCS</i> Chloramine Residual Management System Monoclor® RCS Chloramine Residual Management System

The Monoclor® RCS chloramine management system generates a constant and reliable chloramine residual within the reservoir by creating a homogeneous mixture, introducing chemicals rationally and monitoring the equilibrium with control logic in real time. The system accomplishes all of this with no moving parts or electrical equipment within the reservoir.

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CHEMICAL FEED

Encore&reg; Chemical Metering Pumps Encore® Chemical Metering Pumps

UGSI Chemical Feed, Inc. offers several types of metering pumps with integrated controls capabilities, including solenoid-driven, mechanically actuated, hydraulically actuated and peristaltic pumps as well as integrated dosing and controls packaged systems for municipal and industrial markets.

PolyBlend&reg; Polymer Activation Systems PolyBlend® Polymer Activation Systems

Since its 1972 introduction, our PolyBlend® Series has become a world leader in automated polymer feed systems. Chemists will continue to refine existing polymers and develop new ones, just as they have for more than 35 years. Operators should demand a polymer feeder that can keep up with breakthroughs in polymer technology for years to come.

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TANK MIXING

Water Tank Mixing Systems Water Tank Mixing Systems

PAX Water Technologies is the leading manufacturer of technologies that improve water quality in storage tanks and in water distribution systems. With an install base of thousands of units worldwide and an average fleet age of over seven years, PAX Mixers™ are the most frequently specified mixing system by consulting engineers and municipal water system operators.

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TRIHALOMETHANE REMOVAL SYSTEMS

Targeted THM Removal For Tanks Targeted THM Removal For Tanks

The Trihalomethane Removal System (TRS™) is a custom-designed, energy-optimized system of mixers, aerators and ventilators that converts ordinary water storage tanks into water treatment systems. Unlike other treatment technologies for lowering THM levels (involving large-scale changes to water treatment plants), TRS™ can be implemented quickly and cost-effectively – targeting locations in the water distribution system where THMs are the highest.

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UGSI SIZING GUIDES

Polyblend® Sizing Guide
Use the Polyblend® Sizing Guide to generate a Polyblend® polymer activation system recommendation for liquid polymer types, flows and applications.

Encore® E/M/S Pump Selection Guide
Use the Encore® E/M/S Pump Selection Guide to determine which model to use for a specific chemical metering application.

Encore® 700 Pump Sizing Tool
Use the Encore® 700 Pump Sizing Tool to configure a recommendation for the most reliable chemical metering pump on the market.

CONTACT INFORMATION

UGSI Solutions, Inc.

13135 Danielson St., Suite 203

Poway, CA 92064

UNITED STATES

Phone: (858) 218-3745

Fax: (858) 218-3790

Contact: Melissa Hill

PODCASTS

  • Polymer Activation And Onsite Hypochlorite Generation
    Polymer Activation And Onsite Hypochlorite Generation

    Polymer activation through proper hydration of the polymer particle is critical in water clarification or sludge dewatering applications. According to Jeff Rhodes, Vice President of Commercial Development for UGSI Solutions, “the key is to have a high energy zone at the moment of initial welding, when the polymer and the water come together.”

ARTICLES

  • Finding Your Next Chemical Metering Pump
    Finding Your Next Chemical Metering Pump

    There are plenty of bells and whistles at a given water treatment plant. Between pumps, mixers, dry chemical feeders, and other chemical handling equipment, it can be easy to go with the status quo when it comes time to upgrade certain pieces of equipment. For an operation’s chemical metering pumps, this usually meant replacing one unit with its exact replica, instead of facing the often arduous task of researching a better option.

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CASE STUDIES

  • Residual Control Technology Saves Millions Of Gallons Of Water While Maintaining Consistent Chloramine Residual Levels
    Residual Control Technology Saves Millions Of Gallons Of Water While Maintaining Consistent Chloramine Residual Levels

    Like many cities within the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, the City of Coppell experienced water quality challenges at different periods throughout the year. In particular, the City had difficulty maintaining adequate chloramine residuals at the 1.5 MG Southwestern elevated storage tank during the warmer summer months when outdoor watering was restricted to conserve water.

  • Treatment Plant Upgrade Includes Conversion To On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation To Ease Operations And Increase Safety
    Treatment Plant Upgrade Includes Conversion To On-Site Sodium Hypochlorite Generation To Ease Operations And Increase Safety

    Fairmont, Minnesota, known as the City of Lakes, is located in Martin County in southern Minnesota. The city’s water treatment plant serves a mix of customers including approximately 3,900 residential taps, 500 commercial and 17 industrial customers. Looking to the future, Fairmont city leaders began to investigate upgrading the city’s water treatment plant in 2010. The existing plant had been in operation for well over 70 years and relied on gas chlorine for disinfection.

  • Automated Residual Boosting System Improves Chloramine Levels, Eliminates Nitrification In 400,000-gal Tank
    Automated Residual Boosting System Improves Chloramine Levels, Eliminates Nitrification In 400,000-gal Tank

    Like many municipalities in urban and suburban areas, San Bruno’s source water comes both from its own groundwater supply and through a purchase agreement with a major water utility — in this case, San Francisco Public Utilities Commission (SFPUC). And, like many municipalities in California, SFPUC, along with San Bruno, switched from free chlorine to chloramines in 2003 largely to reduce disinfection by-products.

  • Disinfectant Residual Control System Eliminates Need For Deep Cycling, Breakpoint Chlorination And Improves Pressure Zone Water Quality
    Disinfectant Residual Control System Eliminates Need For Deep Cycling, Breakpoint Chlorination And Improves Pressure Zone Water Quality

    Walnut Valley Water District spans a 29 square mile area in semi‐arid southern California about 20 miles east of Los Angeles. Like many water districts planning for growth amid periodic droughts is challenging and compounded by the need to deliver high quality water throughout the district of over 100,000 people and more than 26,000 service connections. Read the full case study to learn how Walnut Valley aggressively pursued operational strategies in their water storage tanks to limit nitrification risk.

  • Town Of Kittery, Maine Relies On Lime Feeders For pH Control For More Than 25 years
    Town Of Kittery, Maine Relies On Lime Feeders For pH Control For More Than 25 years

    The Francis L. Hatch water filtration plant is in the coastal town in York county Maine and has an average capacity of 2.6 MGD. This is a surface water plant that utilizes hydrated or “slaked” lime (calcium hydroxide) to maintain the pH level around 7.0. For over 25 years, the district has used two of the UGSI Chemical Feed model 32‐055 Feeders to mix dry hydrated lime with water to create a lime slurry solution that can then be added to the finished water treatment.

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