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Submerged Grit Collection Screws Presentation

Submerged grit collection screws are used in Municipal Wastewater Treatment plants. Grit screws are used in a classification process most often in aerated grit tanks to remove grit from water. These screws are conveying grit from the tanks/basin into a
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Typical Cost of a Horizontal Paddle Wheel Flocculator

Typical Cost of a Horizontal Paddle Wheel Flocculator

Horizontal Paddle Wheel Flocculators (HPWF) are the most popular and most economical flocculator used in water treatment plants. These flocculators are designed with 10 State Standards in mind. Plants are concerned, not only about the cost of the equipment, but
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Belt Conveyors vs Screw Conveyors in Municipal Waste Water Plants

Belt Conveyors vs Screw Conveyors in Municipal Waste Water Plants

Municipal Water and Waste Water Treatment plants need to use conveyance for solids, screenings, and grit. Plants choose between belt conveyors and screw conveyors. The choice between belt conveyors vs screw conveyors comes down to what materials you are conveying.
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DO, BOD and COD: What is the Difference?

DO, BOD and COD: What is the Difference?

In my role working with the JMS Eco-AIR (Low Profile Cascade Aerator) at wastewater treatment plants, I have the opportunity to speak with operators about the quality of processed wastewater leaving their plants. Often we discuss the Dissolved Oxygen content
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Paddle Wheel Flocculator Maintenance

Paddle Wheel Flocculator Maintenance

You just don’t think about flocculator maintenance too often as flocculators are proven pieces of equipment and seem to run day in and day out for years, even decades.  Flocculators are, however, rotating equipment with moving parts both above and
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Shafted Grit Classifier vs Shaftless Grit Classifier

Shafted Grit Classifier vs Shaftless Grit Classifier

Grit Classifiers, also known as a grit screws or grit separators, are used at wastewater treatment plants at the headworks (front end of the plant) to help separate the grit from organics and water.  Grit removal needs to be performed
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Types of Vertical Flocculators

Types of Vertical Flocculators

One of the key components in the water treatment process, flocculation, is most effective when the functions of fluid motion, differential settling, and velocity gradient (during each stage of the process) work in harmony to achieve the ultimate goal: maximizing
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Typical Cost of Material Handling Systems

Typical Cost of Material Handling Systems

Municipal Utilities are increasingly investing in automated material handling systems to solve simple to complex bio-solids management challenges. JMS Bio-HANDLING Systems utilize a combination of material handling products, processes and experience together to provide a cohesive material handling solution. Common
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Screw Conveyor Basics: Screw Conveyor Fill Rate

Screw Conveyor Basics: Screw Conveyor Fill Rate

Screw conveyors are a standard means of conveyance in Water and Waste Water Treatment (W&WWT) plant applications. They are completely enclosed, have few moving parts, and have a relatively small cross-sectional area as opposed to belt conveyors which are typically
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Top Paddle Wheel Flocculator Manufacturers

Top Paddle Wheel Flocculator Manufacturers

Paddle wheel floccutors are one of the most popular style of flocculators used in water treatment plants around the world. Flocculators are used to help with large size particles known as flocs have a higher density, and hence a higher
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