In today’s quick video, Stuart Humpries, Director of Filtration Technologies is going to talk to us about the long and storied past of the Omohundro Water Treatment Plat built in 1929 and still in operation today.
In today’s quick video, Stuart Humpries, Director of Filtration Technologies, is going to discuss ORTHOS’ pursuit of excellence!
Filter run time does not tell the entire story for conventional granular media filters–here’s why. Of course, treatment plant operators want long filter runs to stretch out the time between backwashes. However, if hydraulically lightly-loaded, are the filters really performing well?
Orthos Liquid Systems, Inc. (Orthos), the leading manufacturer of nozzle-based filter underdrain systems in water/wastewater treatment, is helping the City of Fresno CA to turn from its reliance on groundwater pumping through the commissioning of the new $159 million Southeast Surface Water
Imagine buying a brand-new house, financing it for 30 years, and in year 3, the roof falls in — I’d dare say you’d be upset for having to pay $10,000’s to fix it!
ORTHOS helped Washington County Water Conservancy District (WCWCD) save millions of dollars through clever engineering design during last year’s filtration upgrade at the QCWTP in Hurricane, UT
Orthos Liquid Systems, Inc., (Orthos) announced today its official opening of the Orthos Research Center (ORC) at its South Carolina headquarters.
I admit that sometimes I pay more for name brand than I should, particularly when something doesn’t cost that much. However, if “big money” is involved, I do my homework and avoid even name brand products with known design concerns, don’t you?
ORTHOS can utilize the block channel (flume) for the installation of an air header and create a short plenum (±12″) to minimize hydraulic profile. With a change of media design, maximum backwash rate, or trough elevation, ORTHOS can engineer a solution that provides excellent distribution, long filter runs, and effective media cleaning.
ORTHOS celebrates another extraordinary installation—this time at the largest desalination plant in the Western Hemisphere.