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    Clarifiers - (229 companies)
    Types of Clarifiers. The GlobalSpec SpecSearch database defines clarifier types by technology and categorizes individual products as conventional, sludge blanket, and suction type. Suppliers, however, may describe products by application, shape... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Water and Wastewater System Integrators - (156 companies)
    ...or microorganism filtration processes. Chemical or gas disinfectors - Components used to disinfect and purify water, removing undesirable bacteria or other microorganisms via disinfectant chemicals. Clarifiers or setting tanks - Used to remove solids... Learn More
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    Wastewater Treatment Equipment - (638 companies)
    ...rakes, clarifiers, filters, demineralizers, degasifiers, centrifuges, and sludge dryers. Many different types of filters are used. Examples include sand filters, neutralizing filters, oxidizing filters, activated carbon filters, and crossflow... Learn More
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    Wastewater Treatment Operating Services - (983 companies)
    ...pumps, clarifiers, aerators, and other systems for water reclamation. Sludge digesters and dewatering equipment are used to treat solids that are dried and then disposed of or reused. Image Credit: Oro Loma Sanitary District. Supplier Capabilities... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Membrane Bioreactors - (78 companies)
    MBRs offer a number of advantages to traditional bioreactors using secondary clarifiers and sand filters. They exhibit high removal efficiency, better effluent quality, and the ability to remove a number of contaminants such as nitrogen, phosphorus... Learn More
  • Filtration System and Filter Repair Services - (18 companies)
    Filtration system and filter repair services rebuild, repair, and clean used filtration systems, tramp oil separators, centrifuges, coolant recycling units, coalescers, lubricant recovery systems, wash water clarifiers, and filtration components... Learn More
  • Filtration Equipment - (1313 companies)
    ...high-rate thickeners, lamella thickeners, and tray thickeners. Clarifiers. Clarifiers encompass conventional clarifiers, sludge-basket clarifiers, suction clarifiers, and reverse osmosis (RO) clarifiers. The primary end product of clarifiers... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Wastewater Pumps - (480 companies)
    Wastewater pumps are used in the collection of sewage, effluent, drainage and seepage water. Wastewater Pumps Information. Wastewater pumps are used in the collection of sewage, effluent, drainage and seepage water in locations such as homes, farms... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Filter Media - (433 companies)
    ...media: Activated carbons are usually made from bituminous coal or lignite and used in wastewater treatment applications. The material source and mode of activation provide specific end-use properties. Activated clay is often used to remove dissolved... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Filter Elements - (724 companies)
    ...carbons are usually made from bituminous coal or lignite and used in wastewater treatment applications. The material source and mode of activation provide specific end-use properties. Activated clay is often used to remove dissolved contaminants... Search by Specification | Learn More
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This article details the types of wastewater clarifiers and their potential applications....

In municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants, sludge clarifiers are utilized to separate solids from the water treatment effluent system by introducing air and flocculants. This process results in the sludge rising to the top of the pond or tank and spilling over a weir into a separate...

...at PPM that can be used as a tool to predict and evaluate the lagoon performance under varying wastewater characteristics and environmental and physical conditions. A laboratory experiment using a bench scale reactor and the effluent from the mill primary clarifier overflow (PCO) was first used...

...it is better to bring the influent to the head of the anoxic zone (Figure 1) so that some of the wastewater carbon source is used as the electron donor to drive the denitrification reaction. Effluent from the ditch is taken just upstream of the anoxic zone and sent to the final clarifier for biomass...

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