Wastewater Products

  1. Rotamat RPPS Centerfeed Drum Screen
    12/23/2014

    The Rotamat® family of products has been the backbone of Huber Technology’s explosive growth in wastewater equipment worldwide from the very beginning. The heart of the idea has been the ability to create a reliable fine screen that provides screening, conveyance, washing, and compacting all combined into one robust and simple machine. Each of the versions of the Rotamat® screens is a Huber original design.

  2. Ball Valves
    7/10/2013

    For more than seventy years, the Henry Pratt Company has provided superior quality valves for pump control applications. Our ball valves are designed to meet or exceed AWWA C507 standards. Pratt ball valves have been tested at 300 psi differential for 10,000 cycles per AWWA C-507, Section 5.2.4.3, proof-of-design requirements and tested bubble-tight at the conclusion of the cycle tests. Ball valves have also been tested to prove their resistance to the effects of cavitation. After several free discharge cycles at 200 psi pressure, a test valve was subjected to a 100 hour continuous cavitation test at 95 psi differential pressure and a valve angle of 25 degrees. Line velocities in excess of 70 feet/second and localized velocities across the seat in excess of 100 feet/second were attained during the tests. At the conclusion of the tests, the valve was bubble-tight at 300 psi.

  3. Mobile Sensor Management
    10/5/2016

    Hach® Mobile Sensor Management provides clarity through easy access to crucial information, helping you manage your process and be proactive in your maintenance.

  4. FlexRake® Low Flow
    2/1/2018

    A front-clean, front-return, mechanically-cleaned bar screen technology, Specifically designed for plants of 1 MGD or less average flow with channels 2 feet to 6 feet deep by 1 foot to 2 feet wide. Bar openings of 1/4 inch, 1/2 inch, 3/4 inch, and 1 inch are available.

  5. Otterbine Aeration Systems
    11/11/2010
    Our Aerating Fountains should not be confused with floating fountains. These surface spray aerators are engineered to provide results, and are supported by a 5-year warranty and Pattern Guarantee.
  6. Capital Controls® Series 71P11A Gas Pressure Reducing Valve
    10/15/2015

    The Series 71P11A Gas Pressure Reducing and Shutoff Valve is a diaphragm-type gas pressure regulating valve designed for use on chlorine, sulfur dioxide and ammonia gas service. The valve is used in a gas dispensing system to prevent liquefaction of the gas by providing a controlled pressure drop in the piping system. Downstream pressure is regulated to a reduced value by adjustment of the control setting. If the downstream pressure exceeds the pressure at which the valve is set, gas flow will be shut off.

  7. Wastewater Reuse
    5/9/2013

    As world populations require both more clean water and better ways to dispose of wastewater, the demand for water reclamation will increase.

  8. Sanitaire Ceramic Disc Fine Bubble Aeration Systems by Xylem
    9/9/2009

    Sanitaire fine bubble ceramic disc aeration systems incorporate superior and advanced engineering features in the ceramic element, the diffuser sealing method and the piping system joints and supports. The premier line of SANITAIRE fine bubble ceramic disc diffusers is considered the most efficient technology available for oxygen transfer in wastewater treatment applications.

  9. Lime Slaker Systems
    11/18/2016

    The IMS Lime Slaker Systems provide continuous high volume lime slurries (up to 8,000 lbs/hour) for industrial and municipal process pH adjustment, flocculation, and chemical reaction. The superior paste-type slaking technology consistently produces a higher strength and more reactive lime slurry resulting in more efficient and more economical use of the quicklime. Systems are factory assembled and tested for quick and easy installation, and include options for lime feed and grit removal.

  10. GDT Mixing & Contacting Systems
    5/19/2017

    The GDT™ Process starts with the creation of ozone from an Ozone Generator. The ozone is then drawn into a Mazzei®Venturi Injector which provides dynamic mixing (a Back Pressure Control Valve adjusts injector outlet pressure optimizing ozone mass transfer in the system). Then mixing and contacting is enhanced in a Flash Reactor™. From there the two-phase flow travels to the Degas Separator (DS) & Relief Valve for additional mixing and entrained gas removal. And finally, the MTM Mixing Nozzles force dissolved ozone flow into the untreated water in the pipeline or basin for thorough mixing.