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Wastewater Treatment - Pollution Control
Continuous Flow Treatment
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Continuous Flow Treatment
Series 9500 Wastewater Reactor / Clarifier
The Series 9500 Reactor is an all-in-one design that IPEC developed for small to medium flows up to 30 Gpm.
The Series 9500 combines the reactor and clarifier in one system. This fully integrated design significatly reduces floor space and installation costs. Like all of the IPEC treatment systems, the 9500 can be configured for almost any wastewater stream. Contact us for details.
Series 3000 Clarifier
IPEC offers a complete line of inclined plate clarifiers, gravity settlers, and packed media separators for almost every industry and application. Clarifiers are normally used directly after a reactor however many applications require only the clarifier and do not need chemical reactors. The primary job of the reactor is to condition the waste stream to allow for precipitation of solids or separation of the pollutants from the water. The primary job of the clarifier is to facilitate the rapid separation of the solids by gravity fallout or packed bed separation devices in the clarifier.
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Series 500 Pump & Lift Stations
IPEC Pumping and Lift stations are used to receive waste and rinse waters from process operatons, segregate incompatible waste streams, and then pump them at a programed flow rate to a surge holding tank or directly to the continuous flow Reactor. These pumping stations can be fully automated and sized for small flows or very large depending upon need. All IPEC Series 500 stations are completly pre-wired and piped. Complete instrumentation and alarm features are included.
IPEC offers many styles of pumping and transfer systems. Our ONLINE Store will give you features and competitive pricing.
Dewatering Filter Press for Continuous Flow
A filter press is used in a continuous flow system to draw down and dewater the sludge that accumulates in the bottom of a clarifier. Depending upon the density and time required for the sludge to develop, a press can be manually set or automatically timed to remove the slude. With the advent of better waste minimization techniqes the need for very large filter presses is diminishing. A filter press is far superior to bag or other low pressure filters which tend to foul quickly, especially when metal bearing or light polymer sludges are present. There really is no good substitute for filter press in a continuous flow system.
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In a Continuous Flow Treatment System a Polishing Filter is used to remove any trace suspended solids that may have escaped the Claifier or filter press. These solids can be as small as 1 micron and be very light. A good Polishing Filter will have little problem removing these particals prior to discharge.
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