The Benefits of Advanced Grit Management

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The Benefits of Advanced Grit Management

If you are wondering what advanced grit management is and how your plant will benefit by using it, this eGuide is a great place to start. Grit removal has long been a neglected process, with focus placed on “higher priorities.” Designers and plant staff sometimes take the perspective of “anything is better than nothing,” which leads to choosing old/conventional technologies that are designed using 50-year-old principals. Unfortunately, conventional technologies typically remove only 30-50% of influent grit.

The biggest reason these conventional technologies fail to perform is that they simply are not designed to capture fine grit particles, and in fact also miss a significant portion of the larger grit particles that settle more slowly.

Hydro International saw this problem and decided to fix it once and for all. Hydro rigorously analyzed problems and scientifically evaluated the behavior of grit in actual treatment plant influent to invent new advanced grit removal technologies that could actually solve these plant’s grit problems. Today’s treatment plants continue to implement more advanced treatment processes that that provide much better performance, often in a much smaller footprint. As a result, these newer types of processes can be much more severely impacted when grit is allowed to enter them.

Fortunately, Hydro International’s advanced grit management technologies are designed and independently proven to protect these more sophisticated treatment processes. Download this eGuide to learn more about how advanced grit management works and how using it will improve your entire plant’s operations.

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