The Raptor 4002 series delivers advanced biological waste treatment.
Our directional aeration and mixing solution for wastewater provides an advanced biological waste treatment program to reduce odor and surface foam. If desired, the process controls targeted deposition and will provide the lowest overall cost of aeration operations in the industry.
High-speed surface aerators lack deep penetration since the process relies on surface splashing and provides a minimal zone of influence. This leads to the industry-wide problem of “flower pots”. This happens when localized vertical aeration allows for dead zones between units where poor mixing contributes to uncontrolled accumulation of deposition.
The Raptor Directional Aeration and Mixing System produces controllable, directional flow of oxygen saturated water. The oxygen is slowly depleted (indicated by color changes from red to white) by aerobic bacteria. The flow reaches the second Raptor and the process repeats itself, creating linkage.
Our Raptor™ Subsurface Aerating Mixer is a technically-advanced horizontal aspirator that delivers:
- Improved BOD efficiency
- Improved mixing
- Targeted deposition removal/control if desired
- Reduced foam development
- Odor reduction
The Raptor Directional Aeration and Mixing System’s use our patented AirWing combined with the industry best impeller design provide unmatched directional thrust/linkage control of fine bubble diffusion for energy savings and improved environmental compliance efficiencies. This means that we can provide our process expertise to help you achieve the results you desire for your wastewater treatment operation.
In applications where low speed surface aeration is preferable, our Low Speed Surface Aerator, or Talon™ used in conjunction with one of our purpose-built mixer drives, is your solution to getting the job done with less energy.
Our low speed surface aeration solution provides the following advantages:
- Applicable/adaptable to most aeration operations
- Easily retro-fitted to existing aeration basins
- Capable of more transfer using less power vs. competitive options
- Uses a higher tangential component of velocity to achieve better mixing
- Maintains high transfer efficiency as output speed is decreased, ideal for variable frequency drive (VFD)
- Significantly improves oxygen transfer compared to traditional designs
Transfer 25% more Oxygen without additional power input or maintain exisiting transfer performance while saving 25% on energy.