Featured Articles

  1. Introducing Fold-a-Float™ Self-Deploying Segmented Float For Aqua-Jet® Surface Aerators And AquaDDM® Mixers

    The new Fold-a-Float™ is a unique, segmented and space saving float that replaces the conventional float on Aqua-Aerobic Aqua-Jet® surface aerators and AquaDDM® mixers. This patent pending product folds into a compact, cylindrical arrangement for easy shipping, storage and installation. Once lowered into place, the float self-deploys as it meets the surface water in the tank or basin.

  2. The Aqua-Jet® Surface Aerator Has Provided A Reliable Solution For The Wastewater Industry For 45 Years!

    The Aqua-Jet® surface mechanical aerator, introduced in 1969 by Aqua-Aerobic Systems has led the aeration industry for over four decades with more than 1.5 million installed horsepower, representing 9 billion hours of run-time. The robust design and high efficiency of the Aqua-Jet aerator is applied in a wide variety of applications from pulp & paper mills to digesters and sludge holding basins - treating both domestic and industrial wastewater and potable water applications that require TTHM removal.

  3. New Aqua MegaDisk™ Cloth Media Tertiary Filter Operates In 80% Less Space Than Sand Filters With Comparable Hydraulic Capacity

    The Aqua MegaDisk cloth media filter is yet another breakthrough addition to Aqua-Aerobic Systems’ extensive line of cloth media filters.

  4. Retrofitting Diffusers Saves Money, Increases Overall Plant Efficiency

    The village of Intercourse located in Leacock Township, PA was in need of a new wastewater treatment system. The system was to be efficient, reliable, and simple to operate and maintain. At the time, Sequencing Batch Reactor technology was emerging as an efficient and economical alternative to conventional flow-through systems.

  5. WWEMA Window: A Jobs Bill That Works

    The water industry is filled with professionals who protect and process one of our most treasured resources – water. We collectively follow regulations that have made tremendous progress cleaning our nation’s rivers, lakes, and waterways while advancing conservation efforts. But our industry’s work is far from complete. By Bill Decker, Vice President & General Manager, Equipment & Services Group, Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc.

  6. Aqua-Aerobic Systems Provides Key Largo With Advanced Wastewater Treatment For Removal Of Harmful Nutrients

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems introduces a new online video case study, Treatment Plant Optimization Provides Cost Savings and a Healthy Ecosystem that emphasizes the importance of selecting a wastewater treatment system to remove harmful nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus from the Key Largo, FL treatment plant's effluent.

  7. Sequencing Batch Reactor Technology (SBR) From Aqua-Aerobic Systems Provides Florida Keys With A Waste Water Treatment Solution For Advanced Nutrient Removal

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems, Inc. introduces a new online video case study that emphasizes the importance of selecting a waste water treatment system to remove harmful nutrients such as nitrogen and phosphorus from the effluent of the Big Coppitt Regional Water Reclamation District in Florida.

  8. Aqua-Aerobic Systems’ New Microfiber Pile Cloth Media Improves Tertiary Effluent Quality By 50% Or More To Meet Stringent Wastewater Treatment Requirements

    Aqua-Aerobic Systems continues to advance tertiary filtration performance by developing innovative products to improve suspended solids and turbidity removal.

  9. Aqua-Aerobic Systems Attends ‘Innovating For Water's Future’ Roundtable

     Aqua-Aerobic Systems Vice Presidents and General Managers Bill Decker and Peter Baumann participated with more than 60 policy makers, regulators, manufacturers and others on March 4 for a first-of-its-kind roundtable discussion on "Innovating for Water's Future," co-sponsored by Water and Wastewater Equipment Manufacturer’s Association (WWEMA) and the U.S. Water Alliance (USWA).

  10. Aqua-Jet Aerators Receive NSF 61 Approval For Potable Water Applications

    Potable water systems use various disinfectants, such as chlorine, to kill viruses and bacteria that otherwise exist in the source water. Disinfection by-products (DBPs) are chemicals formed when disinfectants, largely chlorine, react with naturally occurring organic matter in the water.