Articles & Whitepapers
What is Turbidity? Turbidity, in the context of wastewater, refers to the cloudiness or haziness of the water caused by the presence of suspended particles such as clay, silt, and organic matter. These particles scatter and absorb light, making the water appear cloudy. Turbidity is often an indicator of the overall water quality and can impact aquatic ecosystems and human health. Importance of ...
Overview The Project is comprised of a pulp mill, renewable power plant, wastewater treatment plant, and onsite storage on a 100 acre site in Clewiston, Florida which will produce 300+ Bone Dry Tons ...
Wedge wire lateral assemblies, also known as stainless steel water distributors, play a crucial role in filtration systems like sand filters, ion exchangers, and media filters. Their primary purpose is to ensure the even distribution of liquid or ...
Equipment & Solutions
Our Polypropylene wound cartridges are part of the depth and deforming cartridge series. They are manufactured using only 100% pure non-toxic polypropylene yarn. This series offers an excellent ratio between cost/quality, even though usually referred to as “economic-type” they are manufactured so as to guarantee a high nominal filtration level.