Mooers Products Inc (MPI) was founded in 1985 by Doug Mooers (1947-2011). but Mooers Product’s roots as a supplier of process equipment go back to the early 1970s. For four decades, Mooers Products and its employees have been involved in the design and manufacture of innovative and traditional equipment for hundreds of wastewater treatment facilities. Wastewater Aeration Treatment Systems are typically challenged to solve factors that have the biggest impact on performance and operating costs. By designing and installing an aeration system that utilizes our Flexcap diffused aeration technology, we continually improve their process performance, efficiency requirements and cost-savings.
- Flexcap™ Diffusers
- (acquired from Autotrol, 1985)
- Diffused Aeration Systems
- Sludge mixing
- Aerobic digesters
- Coarse bubble aeration and BNR re-aeration
- Air Stripping
- SideCar RBC aeration
- (acquired from Jones MacCrea*, 2008)
- RBC aeration
Mooers Patented Products
Located in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mooers Products works with local fulfillment and distribution companies to provide employment opportunities within the Greater Milwaukee area.
Key Factors in Wastewater Treatment Processing
- Oxygen Transfer Rate
- Oxygen Transfer Efficiency
- Aeration Efficiency
MPI collects various transfer parameters (standard operating conditions and process conditions) to evaluate and identify the most efficient aeration system for your wastewater treatment plant.
We guarantee that our Flexcap™ Diffused Aeration Systems will provide optimum aeration and energy consumption, as well as:
- Improve Operating Efficiency
- Reduce Downtime
- Save Operating and Maintenance Costs
Our services range from Flexcap coarse bubble diffuser sales to complete aeration system designs and installations. To get the most out of your facility processes, call the Aeration Engineering Team at MPI.
- Standard Conditions — Tap water, 20° C, 1 ATM pressure and Zero salinity
- Standard Parameters — SOTE (%), SOTR (kgO2h-1) and SAE (kgO2kW-1h-1)
- Process Conditions — Alpha (α) and Beta (β):
- Alpha Factor – Reduction in Transfer Rate caused by impurities in the water
- Beta Factor – Reduction in Transfer Rate caused by increased salinity of wastewater