Hydraulic Forced Vortex and Stacked-tray grit removal systems are the prevailing technologies employed today to achieve 95 percent removal efficiency at WRRFs, WTPs and some industrial sites. Yet there are important differences between these two systems that can be misunderstood when it comes to performance and total system costs, including construction, installation and operational cost factors. Download this new whitepaper to take a closer look at the key installation and operation factors differentiating these leading technologies.
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