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Understanding your screening options

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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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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The benefits of shaftless screw conveyors for wastewater

Solids handling systems are essential pieces of equipment for the process industries.

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Keeping wastewater facilities running at optimum efficiency

Finding the right equipment for a wastewater treatment facility is only half of the challenge. Ensuring a regular service and maintenance schedule is crucial.

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Choosing reliable screenings dewatering solutions

SPIRAC offer two dewatering solutions to be able to meet strict industrial and municipal requirements.

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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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Lättåtkomlig automatisk mottagare för förorenat vatten

Nambour AVLOPPSRENINGSVERK Queensland, Australien - Downer Tenix kontrakterade för SPIRAC att ge en komplett station av mottagning för förorenat vatten, belägen hos Nambour avloppsreningsverk. Detta är en obemannad station utanför huvudanläggningen som möjliggör automatisk tillgång för septiska lastbilsbolag som verkar i de lokala och regionala orterna.

SPIRAC have won a contract for supply of the sludge handling, storage and truck outloading systems for the latest upgrade to Al Khumrah

Al Khumrah is the largest existing WWTP site, located in the southern part of Jeddah City in the industrial area of Al Khumrah District in the Kingdom of Saudi-Arabia. It consists of four existing phases with a combined capacity of approx. 250,000 m³ /d.

SPIRAC Australia Anniversary: 25 Years of Engineering Excellence

As SPIRAC Australia celebrates twenty-five years in business, we take this opportunity to thank all of our customers and suppliers whose loyal support has contributed to SPIRAC’s growth. 
SPIRAC is a family-owned company which was established in Australia in 1989. We could not have come this far without the loyal support of our customers. Once again, thank you for helping us make the past twenty-five years so successful.

Wastewater solution for Goondiwindi Sewage Treatment Plant (STP)

The new plant was designed and manufactured by SPIRAC in Perth, Australia. It accommodates 139l/s PWWF with internal bypass and stop board systems. At the head of the plant the STEPGUARD and the SPIROWASH extract screenings material, wash, press and discharge to a bin. Grit is captured via the SPIRAC GRIT vortex system where it is transferred to a Grit Washer unit for cleaning and discharged to a separate bin.
 

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