CST Wastewater Solutions is introducing a new and advanced range of inlet screening and grit removal technologies to Australasia.
Designed to set new performance benchmarks for municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants, the new technologies were presented at the Ozwater 2012 exhibition in Sydney recently, and included the latest Smith & Loveless PISTA 360 wastewater grit removal chamber, which extracts 95% of grit as small as 105 microns.
According to Michael Bambridge, Managing Director of CST Wastewater Solutions, the new S&L wastewater grit removal chamber sets a new benchmark in performance by achieving 95% removal efficiency at 105 microns as against the established standard of 95% removal at 250 microns. The PISTA chamber uses a patented V-Force baffle to increase the effectiveness of grit removal.
CST Wastewater Solutions’ latest technologies include high performance inlet screening, new vertical screens, lateral membrane pre-screens and clarifiers, all engineered to reduce investment, operational and maintenance costs.
CST Wastewater Solutions also showcased water and wastewater technologies including Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF), clarifiers, tube settlers and thickeners, shaftless conveyors, sludge dewatering, septic receival stations, continuous sand filters, UV disinfection, anaerobic pretreatment and biogas reuse systems as well as packaged sewage systems at the Ozwater exhibition.
The grit removal and pre-treatment technologies displayed by CST Wastewater Solutions at Ozwater are complemented by the latest pre-engineered Smith & Loveless TITAN MBR (membrane bioreactor) wastewater system for municipal and industrial applications.