AERATION & BLOWERS RESOURCES

  • In the daily rush to ensure that all the mechanical, electrical, and operational procedures are followed — monitoring inflow volumes and organic/nutrient loads; servicing and maintaining motors, pumps, and other electrical and mechanical equipment; maintaining chemical treatments to ensure effluent compliance — it is too easily forgotten that wastewater treatment is primarily a biological process.

  • Aire-02 was approached by a large sugar beet processing facility that was in desperate need of a rapid and effective solution for their deteriorating wastewater treatment system.

  • Process control is key to maximizing wastewater treatment efficiency while minimizing operating costs. Implementing the right process control system in conjunction with the right equipment can save money on electrical costs and equipment maintenance.

  • Bose Cascade’s Ft. Frances, Ontario kraft mill operation faced a wastewater treatment problem due to dead spots in nearly half of its aerated stabilization basin. Newterra's Aire-O2 came to the rescue.

  • See how Kaeser's turbo blowers helped support sewage plants in Portugal to achieve their environmental goals. 

  • BlueInGreen replaced two failed blowers and two SDOX units for Tyson Food's regional wastewater treatment plant without disrupting operations. 

  • Variable speed control for all types of industrial equipment is readily available on the market with competitive pricing to non-variable speed controlled alternatives, including in the air compressor industry. With the advent of prescriptive rebate programs for variable speed compressors and other equipment, the demand for these types of controls has increased.

  • We all love it when a plan comes together. In July 1952 in Arkansas, when President Harry S. Truman dedicated the Bull Shoals dam on the White River, which created Bull Shoals Lake, it, as planned, brought about a boom in tourism — and how.

  • The basic function of a wastewater treatment (WWT) system is to accelerate the natural process that purifies water. And low-pressure air blowers are used in WWT for two key purposes that help accomplish this goal: aeration and agitation.

  • The City of Cumberland (MD) wastewater treatment plant could see wild swings in its dissolved oxygen (DO) levels until it replaced its air control system with Aerzen AERprocess, an intelligent airflow control system. Now, the city enjoys vastly improved DO control in individual zones and across the entire process, as well as significant savings on its energy bills.

WASTEWATER AERATION SOLUTIONS

  • Aerator Type ABS Venturi Jet: Small Size Mixing And Aeration

    Based on the ejector principle, the Venturi jet aerator is an ideal solution for smaller tanks and small treatment plants. It provides cost-effective mixing and aeration in municipal and industrial wastewater applications, storm water retention tanks, and balancing tanks.

  • KLa Systems Total System Responsibility

    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.

  • Floating Aerator / Mixer

    DO2E Aerator / Mixers are high-efficiency all welded, heavy-duty PVC devices that are unique in several ways. DO2E’s patented products are designed to pull water from significant depths for aeration and mixing. By operating with low-pressure (<1.85 P.S.I.) high-volume airflow, these devices maximize energy efficiency. Our patented products are scalable and multi voltage.

  • 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.
  • Aerators Layne Christensen manufactures aerators used in potable water systems to remove dissolved gases and to oxidize naturally occuring compounds for treatment downstream. Aerators can also reduce taste and odor problems

WASTEWATER AERATION VIDEOS

Learn how aeration blowers work and see how Kaeser's screw blowers bring wastewater treatment plants the advantages of screw blower technology with the added benefits of an integrated complete blower package.