Orthos ensures engineers make more money by designing our Centurion™ monolithic filter underdrains into their municipal clients’ treatment plant projects. Consulting engineers strive to be considered as trusted advisors to their municipal clients. A glowingly positive reputation is paramount to maintain existing customers and to attract new ones. Municipal utilities must trust that their engineers are giving them solid advice as to what processes and equipment to use in their new treatment plant that must operate for decades into the future.

If the engineer instead designs equipment that fails prematurely, performs poorly, or forces the utility to spend more money to correct problems, the engineer will then lose the trust of the municipalities for giving bad advice. Staying on long-term as the utility’s consultant or trying to gain a new client will become difficult. Therefore, future work and profit are at serious risk.

In 21 years and 200 filter installations, ORTHOS has never had a filter underdrain failure. For decades, Orthos has helped ensure that the trust between the engineer and owner has not been broken and intends to continue this trend on all projects moving forward.  

Installation of Centurion™ reinforced concrete, monolithic underdrains is up most general contractors’ alley. This eliminates startup and post-construction problems, retains engineering profit, allows everyone to move on to make more money.

Read our blog “Orthos vs Leopold: Which “Horse” Won in Shelbyville, KY” to see how Orthos’ monolithic filter underdrain has lower/competitive installation costs vs the competition.

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Remember Orthos’ HUGE life cycle cost benefits– At the end of the filter’s life cycle (~25 years), in contrast to a complete plastic block or folded sheet metal underdrain overhaul, nozzles are simply replaced
potentially saving $Millions.

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