Environmental Equipment Engineering, Inc.
It's easy to get pumped about aerators this efficient.
EEE manufactures floating aerators of unsurpassed durability and performance. It’s true that most high speed aerators look similar to an EEE aerator. They have an electric motor on top of a diffuser supported by a float. Under the float, a tube or throat encloses a drive shaft and a propeller. In operation, water goes in at the bottom and out the top.
The similarities end right here, however, because the way these elements are designed and engineered vary from aerator to aerator. For superior performance, an aerator must have a smooth finished, natural curve to its throat without any rippling impediments, a curve that allows fast, unrestricted flow of water. Only one aerator has all these attributes. The aerator we manufacture at Environmental Equipment Engineering.
So tough that EEE gives you a TEN year warranty.
Wastewater Diversion Systems , Inc.
WDS, Inc. is the sole USA distributor of Fox Environmental Systems, some of the most effective, high quality stormwater diversion systems on the market.
These stormwater diversion systems are fabulous, amazing and ingenious. Only one of a kind in the world.
This is what we've been waiting for.
Storm water/wash water diversion systems
For military aircraft and vehicle wash pads
No electricity required
Automatically divert polluted rain or wash water to the sewer, treatment or holding tank during rain events or washdown operations.
When not in use for wash, the systems allow clean rain water to flow to the storm water drain.
As rain water is eliminated from the equation, the cost for disposing of polluted water is drastically reduced.
First flush demand driven washdown systems insure that pollution left on the wash pad will be sent to the treatment, not to the storm drain.
No manual valves to forget to open or close, eliminating the chance of polluting the storm water with wash water or sending clean water to the sewer.
Dear Mr. Mentz,
Thank you for your interest in our project and for building the EEE aerators. I read your web site offer that you could replace the metal volute type aerators using 15-25% less hp of the EEE design. I was reluctant at first to believe it was possible, but now so glad that I took a chance. I have consider our old aerators as Piranha's, as they ate up my budget with repairs, my employee time in repairs and my electric cost, and still I had trouble meeting our discharge limits.
I had EEE replace my eight 15 hp Piranha aerators with eight 10 hp aerators of the EEE design and have never been so happy. All you have advertised about the EEE aerator is true. My mixing is complete, my oxygen transfer is above what we need and best of all, we are doing all this while saving 40 hp of electrical cost each minute of the day.
You are more than welcome to use my comments but as you know our purchase order stipulates that myself or our company cannot be used as a reference.
Keep up the good work making an excellent product and I'm sure it is only a matter of time before the superiority of your aerators are realized by many others.