Venturi Aeration, Inc.

Venturi Aeration, Inc.

4 products found

Products

  • Potable Water

  • Venturi - Lake Destratification Aerators

    Venturi - Lake Destratification Aerators

    Lakes in temperate climates undergo seasonal variations in temperature through the water column. These seasonal variations, with the accompanying phenomena, are the most influential controlling factors within the lake.The temperature of a deep lake in the temperate zone is about 4°C during early spring. As air temperatures rise, the upper layers (epilimnion) of the water warm up, and wind action mixes them with the lower layers (hypolimnion)....

  • Venturi - UV Air Disinfection and Filtration Unit

    Venturi - UV Air Disinfection and Filtration Unit

    Venturi Aeration, Inc. (Pelham, NH) manufactures an Ultraviolet Air Disinfection and Filtration Unit for use in connection with drinking water systems that use venturi aerators for non-chemical corrosion control. Non-chemical corrosion control is achieved by stripping carbon dioxide (as a carbonate) and other incidental contaminants such as VOCs and other partially soluble substances (e.g. PCE, TCE, Radon, etc.) that have weak Henry's Constant...

  • Venturi - Point-of-Use Drinking Water System

    Venturi - Point-of-Use Drinking Water System

    The water supply for the Pelham High School (NH) is derived from a portion of the Merrimack Aquifer in southern New Hampshire. The Merrimack aquifer is a very abundant source of water that is characterized by its natural low pH condition (5.8), and varying levels of soluble radon gas (-3,000 pCi). There is an area of the aquifer in Pelham, NH that is contaminated with Tetrachloroethylene (PCE), a dry cleaning solvent that polluted the wells that the...

  • Venturi - Augmenting On-Site Treatment System

    Venturi - Augmenting On-Site Treatment System

    The USPS operates a large Postal Distribution Center (DC) in North Reading, MA that has an on-site, in-ground BioClere Trickling Filter System to treat all the sanitary wastewater generated onsite. Due to higher than anticipated Ammonia levels in the influent the trickling filter system was not adequately reducing the NitrogenAmmonia to acceptable permit levels due to higher than anticipated organic loadings on the system.