Extend the Life of Your Clarifier Drive Assemblies: Maintenance Tips and Field Rebuilds

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The heart of a circular clarifier system is the drive assembly and with regular maintenance can operate efficiently for many years. However, repair or replacement will eventually be needed to extend the life of your clarification system. Did you know cast iron strip-liner-type clarifier drives can be rebuilt in-place at a fraction of the cost of replacing? 

View this webinar and learn how to properly maintain your circular clarifier drive to achieve maximum life and identify when and how a drive can be rebuilt in the field to like-new condition.

What you will learn:

  • Tips to maintain clarifier drive assemblies 
  • The difference between strip-liner and four-point contract drives
  • Determine if the main clarifier drive bearing needs to be replaced
  • How to rebuild your clarifier drive in place

Request a clarifier inspection and learn more about efficient, cost-effective solutions to maintain, rehabilitate and upgrade your existing clarifiers.


Allen LepakGlobal Product Manager, Evoqua Water Technologies

Jeff GermaitProduct Engineer, Evoqua Water Technologies


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