oxidation ditches Equipment in Minnesota

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Closed Loop Reactor (CLR)

by Lakeside Equipment Corporation     based in Bartlett, ILLINOIS (USA)

Lakeside has more than 35 years of oxidation ditch experience leading to the development of the present day Closed Loop Reactor (CLR) Process. With more than 1,700 installations, the CLR Process is proven to be reliable, flexible and efficient.

Oxidation Ditches

by DBS Manufacturing, Inc.     based in Atlanta, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

The DBS NSA low speed surface aerator is the power driving the DBS Racetrack Oxidation Ditch. This patented low speed aerator provides long life, efficiency, and economy. DBS Racetrack oxidation ditches are available in many configurations to meet all oxidation ditch process requirements.

Landy - Wastewater Aeration Rotors

by Landustrie Sneek BV     based in Sneek, NETHERLANDS

For efficient aeration in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants Landustrie supplies aeration rotors or so called brush aerators. Initially, the aerators were installed in the classical Pasveer oxidation ditch, but later they were also applied in several other aeration basins. Every Landy aeration rotor consists of a rotor, bearings, ...

KAMPS - Model AIRMAX - Low Speed Surface Aerator

by KAMPS s.a.     based in Battice, BELGIUM

KAMPS supplies the surface aerators AIRMAX. The low speed vertical shaft aerator AIRMAX presents all the required qualities for efficient aeration of biological plants. The main advantages of the low speed surface aerator are: Very high oxygen input in standard conditions per unit. Stable oxygen input in time. Nearly no maintenance. Very high ...

MONSOON - Floating Paddlewheel Aerators

by RWL Water LLC     based in Minneapolis, MINNESOTA (USA)

MONSOON floating paddlewheel aerators produce strong horizontal mixing and high oxygen transfer for oxidation ditches, lagoons and tanks. Use individually, or in groups, to develop large overall flow patterns. MONSOON aerators can be used individually or in groups to aerate and mix any or all parts of a basin. Models are available from 2 to 40 Hp ...

Landy 7 - Surface Aerator

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The most recent advancement to surface aerator technology can be seen in the LANDY-7 impeller. The Landy impellers have always incorporated a sturdy design with zero failures due to cracked, sheared, or broken impeller blades. This new impeller increases oxygen transfer efficiency and reduces axial and radial loads. The LANDY-7 provides a ...

LANDOX - Channel Aeration System

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The Landox Channel Aeration System combines vertical drum mixers with fine bubble diffusion in an oxidation ditch arrangement.

Jet Aeration Systems

by Fluidyne Corporation     based in Cedar Falls, IOWA (USA)

Fluidyne Jet Aeration provides an economical and effective approach to oxidizing and mixing wastewater. Jet Aeration Systems are ideal for both industrial and municipal activated sludge processes including SBRs, oxidation ditches, extended aeration and BNR. Due to their flexibility, large solids handling capability and efficiency, jets are also ...

Directional Mix Jet Aerators

by Mixing Systems, Inc.     based in Dayton, OHIO (USA)

One of six directional mix jet aerators installed in a circular tank. Two of the six directional mix jet aerators installed in a 180 ft diameter tank for a pulp and paper mill. Four directional mix jet aerators installed in a 650 ft by 230 ft lagoon creating an oxidation ditch flow pattern. Large directional mix jet aerator (one of seven) with a ...

Horizontal Shaft Aerators


This type of aerators consists of blades mounted on the pipe forming the main shaft and is generally used in oxidation ditches. One end of the main shaft is fixed to the bedding, while the other end is connected to the drive unit. Both ends of the aerator need to be protected against splashes.

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