Wastewater Treatment 

In the industry, Waste Water Treatment can also be referred to as Wastewater Treatment.

Essentially, Wastewater Treatment is the process used to remove contaminants from wastewater (also sometime referred to as waste water) or sewage. Once the contaminats are removed, wastewater is said to have been converted into an effluent which can be returned to the water cycle with minimum impact on the environment. Alternatively, it also be directly reused.

 Sewage Plant


Blowers for Waste Water Treatment

The Waste Water Treatment Industry comprises of companies in the industry that operate sewer systems or sewage treatment facilities that collect, treat, and dispose waste. 

In aerobic waste water treatment, bacteria feeds on organic waste and breaks it down into carbon dioxide, nitrogen, and water. Because the bacteria needs oxygen as part of this process, large quantities of air are bubbled into aeration tanks.

To help reduce energy use, TMC Fluid Systems has introduced an entire line of blowers for use within the waste water treatment industry. This new and proven energy-efficient range of air blowers has demonstrated an average of 30% more energy-efficient operation. 

Depending on the facility's requirements, i.e Flow Rate and Preesure requirements, TMC Fluid Systems can provide the following types of blowers:

  • Regenerative Blowers (also known as Side Channel Blowers). Click on the link for more information on Regen Blowers
  • Twin Lobe Blowers (also known as Positive Displacment Blowers or PD Blowers with twin lobes). Click on the link for more information on Twin Lobe Blowers
  • Tri Lobe Blowers (also known as Positive Displacment Blowers or PD Blowers with three lobes). Click on the link for more information on Tri Lobe Blowers 
  • Turbo Blowers - typically required for the larger facilities where flow and pressure requirements cannot be met by the above types of blowers). Click on the link for more information on Turbo Blowers

Clink on the link to learn more about the "Different Types of Wasterwater"




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