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Scum Skimming

Scum Pipe Basics: Does your scum pipe need an intermediate support?

Scum Pipe Basics: Does your scum pipe need an intermediate support?

A rotating scum pipe system typically extends the entire width of a basin. It is typically located at the far end of the basin, with flow towards the scum pipe, and supported at each end with an end bearing assembly
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Scum Pipe Basics: How to Size a Scum Pipe System?

Scum Pipe Basics: How to Size a Scum Pipe System?

Constant and/or intermittent skimming and removal of floating scum from the surface of process basins has been a necessity in municipal water and wastewater treatment processes to remove this material from the water so it can continue downstream scum free.
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Floating Scum Removal – Scum Skimmer Options Presentation

Watch this JMS Presentation on the types of floating Scum Skimmers that are available.  Jim Brettman, Senior Application Engineer at JMS, talks about skimming solutions available in the market and the pros and cons of each system. Scum skimmer styles
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Typical Cost for a Scum Pipe System

Typical Cost for a Scum Pipe System

Constant or intermittent skimming and removal of floating scum from the surface of process basins is a necessity in municipal water and wastewater treatment. The most common method to accomplish this is through the use of the Scum Pipe System.
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Best Features for the JMS Delta-SKIMMER (Scum Pipe System)

JMS has been providing scum pipes to the municipal water and wastewater industries for decades (in stainless steel T-316 or T-304, fiberglass, or carbon steel). Our Delta-SKIMMER (Scum Pipe System) uses proven proprietary JMS developments such as water lubricated bearings
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