Hungerford & Terry
Hungerford & Terry is an employee-owned company that manufactures custom-designed water treatment systems. This has been their only business since 1909. They specialize in boiler feed water and other industrial water treatment applications, as well as municipal systems for iron, manganese, arsenic and nitrate removal. Equipment can be shipped skid-mounted and fully assembled or knocked down for field erection. A complete lab is available for water analysis, jar testing, column studies and field pilot plant tests.

Address

P.O. Box 650
Clayton, NJ 08312-0650
United States
Phone: 856.881.3200
Fax: 856.881.6859

Products + Services

Hungerford & Terry developed the continuous regeneration process for removing iron and manganese from water in 1963. In 2005, GreensandPlus was introduced to provide several operational advantages. Chlorine alone can now be used (no potassium permanganate is required) to maintain the oxidative state of the bed, and the media can withstand high differential pressure and is tolerant to low... more
  • Hungerford & Terry developed the continuous regeneration process for removing iron and manganese from water in 1963. In 2005, GreensandPlus was introduced to provide several operational advantages. Chlorine alone can now be used (no potassium permanganate is required) to maintain the oxidative state of the bed, and the media can withstand high differential pressure and is tolerant to low... more
  • GreensandPlus filtration is a one-step process that removes iron, manganese and arsenic from water. By utilizing co-precipitation technology, GreensandPlus filtration is a simple, reliable and efficient method of treating for these contaminants, which frequently occur in tandem. Hungerford & Terry exceeds global arsenic removal standards with one of the industry's most economical and easiest-... more
  • Hungerford & Terry developed the continuous regeneration (CR) process for removing iron and manganese from water in 1963. In 2005, GreensandPlus was introduced to provide several operational advantages. Chlorine alone can now be used to maintain the oxidative state of the bed (no potassium permanganate is required), and the media can withstand high differential pressure and is tolerant to low... more
  • Hungerford & Terry enhances proven ion exchange technologies used to remove nitrates from water with designs that feature greatly reduced regenerant consumption, low waste, superior effluent quality and low leakage. Proven technologies include countercurrently regenerated systems with air-block that minimize regenerant consumption and waste volume, as well as packed-bed systems that... more
  • Ultrafiltration (UF) can now be considered an effective alternative to conventional media filtration in many applications. For well water that is deemed to be "under-the-influence-of-surface-water,” UF provides a physical barrier to the passage of virus and organisms that media filtration does not. These UF packages utilize Dow's pressurized hollow fiber, PVDF-UF membranes. more
  • These membrane pretreatment systems extend the membrane life and optimize treatment while saving money and meeting or exceeding regulatory water requirements. This ensures the highest-quality water. Hutchinson, Kan., serves as an example of pretreatment for a reverse osmosis system utilizing GreensandPlus and anthracite filter beds to remove iron and manganese. more

Videos

GreensandPlus Filtration Media
Examining Ultrafiltration Packages


Shifting Sands

Cape Breton Regional Municipality (CBRM)—located in Sydney, Nova Scotia—has four 10-ft diameter, 18.5-ft straight shell horizontal Hungerford & Terry GreensandPlus... more

Pilot Study Report: Iron and Manganese Removal, Dennis, Massachusetts

During April and May of 2007, Earth Tech Inc. conducted a pilot study examining the effectiveness of potential treatment for iron and manganese removal at several of the... more

Report of the Arsenic Pilot Study Conducted at SCWA’s Madison Hill, Montauk, NY Plant.

Hungerford & Terry, Inc. conducted a pilot study at SCWA’s Madison Hill plant, located on Madison Hill Road, Montauk, New York. The purpose of the study was to... more

Town of Sudlersville - The Chesapeake Maryland Rural Water Association

The old system supplied six residents, the schools, the library and the senior center. The rest of the town had individual wells. Now there are approximately 200... more

Hungerford & Terry Selects Vice President of Sales

Hungerford & Terry Inc. (H&T) announced the appointment of Frank Caligiuri as its new vice president of sales for the 105-year-old employee-owned, water-... more

Hungerford & Terry Inc. Appoints New President

Hungerford & Terry announced, effective March 20, 2014, Thomas J. Carrocino will be the new president of the water conditioning purification engineering and... more

Filters Delivered to New Mexico Treatment Plant

Hungerford & Terry has delivered two of the five granulated activated carbon (GAC) filters that will be used for the Buckman Direct Diversion project in Santa Fe, N.... more

New Treatment Plant Opens in Zanesville, Ohio

A new drinking water treatment facility utilizing eight Hungerford & Terry GreensandPlus water filters has opened in Zanesville, Ohio. This new plant replaces a 25-... more

Silver Springs Mutual Water Company Wins Award

The Nevada State Drinking Water Revolving Fund Award for Sustainable Health Protection has been awarded to the Silver Springs Mutual Water Company of Silver Springs, Nev... more

Pressure Filters Keep Tourists Coming to Resort Town

More than 60 years after Churchill Hungerford approached Ocean City, Md., officials about the city’s basic water needs, Hungerford & Terry Inc. continues to help... more

Meeting Seasonal Demand

Since the early 1950s, Hungerford & Terry of Clayton, N.J., has handled water filtration for Ocean City, Md., one of the East Coast’s most popular summer resorts.... more

100 Years in Water Treatment

The past 100 years have been filled with world wars, great technological advancements and inventions and major social movements. WWD Associate Editor Clare Pierson spoke... more

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