7 products found
7 products found
CWT's GEM System proactively promotes solid/liquid separation providing better contaminant removal, more efficient chem usage and drier sludge – using a much smaller footprint than conventional DAFs. The GEM System is often referred to as a 'DAF on Steroids'. However, as opposed to DAF's that require significant retention time and rely on the old-school particle collision process to float solids, the GEM System injects air into 100% of the waste stream...
The Membrane Bioreactor is a unique and compact wastewater treatment process that combines a single sludge aerobic biological treatment process with an integrated, immersed membrane system. This process is ideally suited in a wide range of municipal and industrial wastewater treatment applications including water reuse.
The concept of the UASB reactor consists of a vessel in which the wastewater flows upward through an anaerobic sludge bed comprised of self-immobilized microbial communities.
The DSP (Dewatering Screw Press) is a powerful wastewater treatment system able to treat many types of industrial wastewater or sludge in one single operational unit.
For water recycling projects, drinking water or industrial wastewater treatment projects which require a fine degree of filtration, CWT provides membrane systems for a wide array of applications. CWT provides membrane systems for applications which require a fine degree of contaminant removal.
Coarse Solids Screens are designed for removal of coarse solids for municipal or industrial wastewater treatment plants. Coarse solids screens are widely used in the wastewater pretreatment and industrial wastewater treatment process.
An MBBR contains thousands of polyethylene biofilm carriers operating in mixed motion within an aerated wastewater treatment process. Every biofilm carrier adds productivity via the provision of an active surface area sustaining bacteria within protected cells. It is this high-density population of bacteria that achieves high-rate biodegradation productivity within the system.