Thanks to the City of Thousand Oaks, California for the opportunity to retrofit their existing aeration system having EPDM membranes of another make with SSI PTFE disc diffuser membranes. This is a large project that is ongoing, however we can share with you some photos of some of the basins that have been completed to date. The Operator is very satisfied with the new membranes and is expecting to see a return on investment in the form of a longer membrane life with less change in physical properties of the membrane over time.
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We are pleased to share photographs from the installation of SSI AFTS3100-fEPDM Snappy SaddleTM tube diffusers at the JBS Swift Grand Island packing plant wastewater treatment facility. Thanks to JBS for their repeat business and we hope that you enjoy years of trouble free operation. The installation went quickly and smoothly thanks to the crew at Eriksen Construction and SSI representatives DG Gongol and Associates.
We are pleased to announce the completion of our pressure monitoring system animation video. SSI fine bubble aeration systems are available with a variety of options, including this system. It is quite useful to determine the cleaning frequency of your aeration system without having to drain the basin.
This system can be used with SSI disc diffusers and tube diffusers and all fine bubble diffusers.
We are pleased to announce that the Snappy SaddleTM tube diffuser installation video has been completed, and a link and option for online viewing will shortly be available from our web site.
If you would like to view it in the meantime, follow the link below, and click at the top of the page to download the video file.
Many municipal wastewater treatment plants would like to change membranes less often, without spending a great deal of extra money in capital costs.
SSI patent-pending fEPDM membranes have been selected by Phoenix, Arizona 91st Avenue WWTP, Denison, Iowa WWTP, and are under consideration by many other municipal plants. Read the rest of this entry »