Overview: Reclaimed Water facility in Los Angeles county, which processes wastewater to be used for agriculture and other grey water uses. In the water reclamation facility, there is a large reservoir with a dome covering the water to prevent evaporation in the dry climate. The Solution: 3500 Model Fail Safe Butterfly Valves 24” 95 Degree […]
Overview: Wastewater Treatment plant for New York City. Main sewage pumps, influent, and effluent gates all use Trident Actuators. This Wastewater plant processes wastewater for Brooklyn, treats the wastewater, then releases the treated water into the East River. The Solution: Model 2500 Fail-Set Model 3500 Fail-Safe Ball Valves 48” Sluice Gates Influent 36” Sluice Gates
Overview: One pumping station in a network of pumping stations around Baltimore County. This station pumps the wastewater to the larger treatment facility for the City of Baltimore. The Solution: Currently in operation today.
Overview: Southern Nevada Water Authority (SNWA) manages the water needs of Clark County Nevada. This raw water pumping station pumps water from Lake Mead to River Mountains and then finally to the city of Las Vegas. This is the main source of water in the city of Las Vegas and into Southern California The Solution:
The Challenge: Located in a classified area where explosive gases are an issue Rodney Hunt modulating gate that measures the flow coming in, and it balances at a certain level – discharging as little as possible If there is a rain event, the actuator and gate regulate the amount of water discharged during wet weather
Project Overview: Since 1924, the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD) has provided quality water to more than 2.1 million people, implemented vital flood control measures, and created recreational opportunities for 11 North Texas Counties residents. TRWD is led by a publicly elected five-member board and owns/operates four major reservoirs, including Lake Bridgeport, Eagle Mountain Lake, Cedar
Overview: The Brazos River and its tributaries begin as a trickle in the west and gain momentum as the river heads south. By the time it reaches the Gulf of Mexico, the Brazos River basin has provided billions of gallons of water each year for cities, agriculture, industry and mining. Recreational opportunities – such as boating, swimming and