Wastewater Aeration Videos

  1. Aeration Efficiencies Found With Automated Controls
    10/9/2018

    With a variety of blower combinations available to optimize aeration performance at wastewater treatment plants, efficiencies are now being found by focusing in on aeration control systems. Eric Bennett, Controls Product Manager with Aerzen, recently discussed the advantages operators are finding by deploying the company's AERProcess solution in managing energy use, optimizing biological processes and reducing wear and tear on blowers and valves.

  2. Atlas Copco Supports Aquafin With Their Total Cost Of Ownership Approach
    5/22/2018

    Find out the importance of total cost of ownership in wastewater treatment applications and how Atlas Copco supports this approach.

  3. Fluence Offers A Revolution In The Economics Of Wastewater Treatment For Reuse
    2/1/2018

    Fluence’s Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology is an innovative wastewater treatment solution which saves up to 90 percent energy consumption. It is the ideal solution for decentralized applications such as rural villages, housing developments, municipalities, hotels, resorts, and golf courses.

  4. Fluence Is Changing The Economics And Accessibility Of Wastewater Treatment
    2/1/2018

    Surrounded by agricultural fields where water is a vital resource, the rural region of Hayogev, Israel chose Fluence’s energy-efficient Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) solution for wastewater treatment suitable for reuse.

  5. GDT For Rapid Ozone Mass Transfer & Degassing
    10/27/2017

    Mazzei’s GDT process delivers rapid and efficient ozone mass transfer under pressurized contacting conditions resulting in greater gas solubility.  Additional mixing and rapid gas bubble removal is provided by the system’s degas separator.  With high operational flexibility and low capital, installation and operating costs ― and all within a compact footprint ― the GDT mixing and contacting system is the best solution.

  6. Basin Nozzle Manifold For Wastewater Aeration
    10/20/2017

    Mazzei’s wastewater basin aeration system thoroughly agitates bulk water and mixes ambient air or pure O2 into the wastewater.  Utilizing in-house CFD modeling, Mazzei systems are designed to ensure efficient mixing and aeration. Unlike blowers, Mazzei aeration is virtually silent, and requires little to no maintenance.

  7. Lagoon Wastewater Aeration
    10/19/2017

    Mazzei’s lagoon aeration system is an efficient, low cost, quiet solution for wastewater problems. Optimally designed subsurface nozzles provide better mixing and agitating of wastewater than surface aerators.  Treatment efficiency increases as lagoon depth increases―no matter how deep―and the  system is easy to install and provides trouble-free operation. 

  8. Big Air: Aerzen Introduces Turbo Blower For Large Treatment Plants
    10/18/2017

    Aerzen USA has long preached — and excelled in delivering — "right-sized" blower solutions, offering energy efficiency by producing the proper amount of air for the application. Until recently, however, the company did not have an option for the largest of wastewater treatment plants. That has changed with the introduction of the Multicore series turbo blower, which is described in the following video by Tom McCurdy, National Sales Manager for Aerzen's Environmental Group.

  9. Sidestream Injection With PFR For Rapid Mass Transfer
    10/18/2017

    Mazzei’s sidestream injection system with Pipeline Flash Reactor (PFR) uniformly distributes gas into a bulk water flow minimizing the size and cost of gas contacting.  Gas is drawn in and aggressively mixed with a sidestream flow via a venturi injector. The sidestream solution is then returned to the main flow through the optimally designed nozzles of a PFR to ensure complete and uniform contacting and rapid mass transfer ― all within a compact footprint. 

  10. NURO Controller For ICEAS Advanced SBR Processes
    9/28/2017

    These days, operators are required to do more with less due to stricter nitrogen and phosphorus permits, pressure to reduce energy and chemical usage, and limited time and staff. How could these challenges be met without a plant reconfiguration?