Municipal Solutions

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27/03/2019
  • Europe News
  • Municipal Solutions
SPIRAC was asked to provide a prefabricated package treatment plant. The plant is built on a galvanised steel support structure elevated approximately 5m above ground level, to enable flows to gravitate through downstream process units. 
 
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04/07/2018
  • Asia Pacific News
  • Municipal Solutions

St Marys Advanced Water Recycling Plant is one of the biggest water recycling plants in Australia. The latest extension project includes the design, supply, manufacture and commissioning of:

  • Shaftless Conveyor Distribution System
  • Sliding Frame extraction system in a Sludge Storage Silo
  • and a Truck Loading Conveyor System
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20/12/2016
  • Asia Pacific News
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  • Municipal Solutions
Turning waste into something clean and renewable is an amazing process. Every drop of water that we rinse down the drain or flush enters the sewer system.
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15/12/2016
  • Industrial Solutions
  • Municipal Solutions
  • Shaftless Screw Conveyors

Take a look at our infographic to find out more about the advantages of a shaftless spiral versus a shafted screw. The shaftless spiral is intended for the transport of difficult, stringy, spongy, sticky, wet, lumpy materials – suitable for a wide range of moisture contents and viscosities.

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28/11/2016
  • Asia Pacific News
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  • Municipal Solutions
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  • Shaftless Screw Conveyors

Find out what you will need to consider when you design a sludge conveyor system.

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21/10/2016
  • Asia Pacific News
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  • Municipal Solutions
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Screening is often the first step in the material handling system process. Which type of screen is right for your facility?

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10/10/2016
  • Asia Pacific News
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  • Grit Handling
  • Municipal Solutions
  • North America News

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.

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