Water Quality Equipment in Connecticut

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Cultec StormFilter - Model T-80 - Stormwater Water Quality Units

by Cultec, Inc.     based in Brookfield, CONNECTICUT (USA)

CULTEC StormFilter T-80 is a cost-effective filtration unit used to remove leaves and debris from rainwater collected by catchbasins or gutters. StormFilter T-80 prevents leaves and debris from clogging outflow systems and piping. Rainwater is piped into the endwall of the StormFilter T-80 and passed thru a removable filter. Pollutants are ...

Turbine Mixers

by ErtelAlsop     Distributor in CONNECTICUT (USA)

Each of ErtelAlsop’s Turbine Mixers are designed and manufactured for your application using only the highest quality components that are engineered specifically for dependable mixer service. XCEL-3 to 10 Series mixers are available with pumping rates up to 54,000 GPM and utilize standard industry motors up to 25 HP.Typical applications ...

NEFCO Stamford Baffle 2.0 - Density Current Baffler System

by NEFCO, Inc.     Distributor in CONNECTICUT (USA)

Density currents form in all activated sludge clarifiers. The dense influent cascades downward and becomes a current moving in a horizontal plane just above the sludge blanket, attracting lighter solids and short-circuiting the main clarification volume of the tank. The density currents carry the solids to the tank wall and deposit them into the ...

NEFCO - Dual Surface Baffle System

by NEFCO, Inc.     Distributor in CONNECTICUT (USA)

NEFCO’s Dual Surface Density Current Baffle was developed through the company’s CFD Baffle Study. This baffle is designed for larger clarifiers operating at very high flow, and has the potential to reduce effluent solids by as much as 80%. As a part of its CFD Baffle Design Study, NEFCO engineers began to explore alternative baffle ...

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