Grit Handling

SPIRAC Prefabricated Inlet Works including a stormwater overflow section

The Prefabricated Inlet Works Plant was designed such that it can be supported on galvanised steel support beams above ground level, to enable flows to gravitate through downstream process units.

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Five reasons SANDWASH our updated grit washer got even better



For grit washing, the SANDWASHTM is one of the most effective options. SPIRAC has brought significant improvements to the SANDWASHTM unit, but this is still the grit washer that can satisfy high demands of those applications where any visible organics on the grit is unacceptable.

Coupled with high capacity, efficient operation, and low power consumption - not to mention little need for maintenance - SANDWASHTM is a powerful grit washing solution.

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Pretreatment Success Story at the Glenelg WWTP

The Glenelg Wastewater Treatment Plant in South Australia was originally built in 1932 with a number of subsequent capacity upgrades to accommodate increasing demand. This treatment plant is part of the key infrastructure required to provide a reliable and secure wastewater service to the southwest region of metropolitan Adelaide. The plant receives sewage from a drainage area of over 9,200 hectares and is designed for annual average flows of 60 megalitres per day and serves an equivalent population in excess of 200,000 people.

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Three crucial levels of grit handling

Grit handling is an important phase of the wastewater treatment process. Find out how SPIRAC's solutions can improve your facility.

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Importance of removing grit from wastewater

Wastewater processing is the key to ensuring water is clean enough for discharge into a river or ocean. Grit is a problem for wastewater plants, causing damage, inefficiency and maintenance costs throughout the network and treatment process.

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