Anguil Environmental Systems
The Anguil Thermal Oxidizer eliminates volatile organic compounds by the process of combustion. Air is preheated through the tube side of the heat exchanger and then passes through the burner, where the contaminated air is raised to 1,200 to 1,800 degrees Fahrenheit. When the air is raised to the thermal oxidation temperature for the specified residence time, an exothermic reaction takes place.
Anguil Environmental Systems
Anguil’s Catalytic Oxidizer destroys volatile organic compounds through the oxidation process. The catalyst oxidizes hydrocarbons to carbon dioxide and water vapor at lower temperatures than thermal oxidizers. The unit is designed based on volume of airflow, organic vapor concentrations and desired destruction efficiency. As volatile organic compound-laden air passes through the system’s catalyst, an exothermic reaction takes place. The product’s heat exchanger is designed to minimize the system’s fuel consumption.
PRB Environmental Group Inc
PRB Environmental’s Humic System is designed to decontaminate water and soil. The product uses a permeable reactive barrier to facilitate subsurface interception, retention, and treatment of groundwater contaminants released by industrial and agricultural sources. The system is designed to operate without active pumping and to decontaminate water flowing from contaminated soil and subsurface pollutant sources. It can be used to treat viral and bacterial pathogens, as well.
Anguil Environmental Systems
The Anguil Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer is designed to eliminate air pollutants, volatile organic compounds and odorous emissions that are discharged in industrial process exhausts. The system achieves emission destruction through the process of catalytic oxidation, which converts pollutants to carbon dioxide and water vapor. The unit’s poppet valves alternate the airflow direction into media, in order to maximize energy recovery within the oxidizer and reduce auxiliary fuel requirements.
The MMP-X Direct Drive Anode from MATCOR is a prepackaged mixed metal oxide structure designed to be pushed into soft soil, mud or sand. The unit features a driving cone and a driving assembly, and the anode is packaged with carbon backfill in a gauge steel canister. The product is available in five canister lengths and is designed to protect pipelines, storage tanks, sheet pile walls, structural piles and other buried structures.
The Aria hollow fiber microfiltration membrane system from Pall is designed for reverse osmosis pre-treatment. The system removes suspended solids from source water, which extends the life of RO membranes. The product exposes RO membranes to a lower volume of particulate matter and enables the membranes to operate at high flux.
The EcoView Commercial energy and resource management suite from Advanced Telemetry monitors and manages HVAC use through real-time consumption monitoring and climate control. The wall-mounted touch panel receives consumption data in real time from a metering device installed at the breaker panel where the electricity mains enter a building. Users can access real time electricity consumption data onsite and remotely through an online interface. The product is designed to reduce energy consumption in small commercial buildings.
ASA Analytics’ ChemScan line of mini analyzers is designed to analyze a single parameter in water and wastewater treatment plants. The oP ortho-Phosphorus analyzer provides automatic batch analysis of ortho-Phosphorus in low solids wastewater effluent of potable water samples through a detection cell. The UV254 single parameter analyzer measures percent transmittance or absorbance at 254 nm.
Bord Na Mona
Bord na Móna’s RainSava rainwater harvesting system provides an alternative to using potable water for non-drinking water reuse applications. The product collects rainwater and filters and distributes it to a separate location. The system's filter fits in downpipes or in combined rainwater pipes and also includes a smoothing inlet filter, a submersible pump with a floating suction filter, a rainwater filter pressure switch and an overflow trap. The unit is designed for commercial applications.
Asahi/America’s butterfly valves operate at 110 psi at 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The 16- to 24-inch valves feature molded plastic and wafer style ANSI B 16.5 non-wetted PDCPD bodies with polypropylene or PVDF discs. Industry-standard ISO top flange mounting patterns facilitate gear operator or actuator mounting. The valves are available in EPDM and FKM seal versions.
Aquionics’ OpenLine open-channel UV treatment system is equipped with low-pressure high-output amalgam lamps. The system treats secondary wastewater flows over a wide range of flows and UV transmittances. The AF-3 Series features LPHO amalgam lamps with a maximum output of 500 watts. The units use the full lamp output for high flow per kW system efficiency.
Romtec Utilities’ fiberglass wet wells and valve vaults are designed for pre-engineered pump stations. The underground tanks require no field assembly and are designed to receive influent and discharge pipes, submersible or dry pit pumps and liquid level sensing devices. The units can be positioned vertically or horizontally. The fiberglass construction is not degraded by hydrogen sulfide gas present in sewage and will not break down from exposure to petrochemicals, acids or caustic fluids.
Clean Way Environmental Partners Inc.
CleanWay’s Metal Removal Media removes metals from stormwater, industrial and wastewater discharge. The sponge absorbs heavy metals including zinc, copper, lead and other metallic ions commonly found in water discharge through ion adsorption and filtration processes. The product functions in catch basins, filter vaults and downspout filtration units in both retrofits and new sites. The sponge treats solids, sludge and slurries derived from municipal sewage as well.
The VUEWorks 2009 Web-based GIS asset and work management software incorporates condition assessment, risk analysis, valuation, budget forecasting and project cost estimating. The product enables municipalities, utilities and other organizations to track an asset’s condition, minimize failure risk, prioritize expenditures and service delivery of physical assets. Facilities and individual assets, including pump stations, treatment plants, pumps, valves and switches, can be hierarchically structured down to the individual asset level and linked to GIS assets.
KROHNE’s Waterflux 3070 electromagnetic water meter features a 15-year battery life and is suitable for applications where no power is available. The unit’s short inlet and outlet installation requirements allow it to fit in narrow wells and chambers. The device functions as a magnetic-inductive meter, with a low pressure drop. The meter integrates with a GSM module for remote transmission of measurement data and status information.