Reconditioning Services


To keep process equipment operating efficiently, consider having the equipment reconditioned.  This process can be very cost efficient. In most cases, reconditioning versus replacement, reduces cost by 50%, as well as lowers equipment downtime by approximately 70%. Additionally, we warranty any reconditioned components for a full year.


Circular Clarifier Rehabilitation Projects

 

Decatur Sanitary District, Decatur, IL

(1) – Envirex, Retrofit to Walker Process, primary clarifier, 130 ft. diameter 

Project outline: Replace all underwater components with stainless steel, drive assembly, bridge, skimmer assembly, scum box, and all electrical conduits and controls. Install anti-rotational baffle

Don Miller – Plant Engineer – 217/422-6931

 

City of Freeport, Wastewater Treatment Facility, Freeport, IL

(3) – Envirex, secondary clarifiers, 60 ft. diameter, including drive retrofits 

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, retrofit/replace drive assemblies (including bridge modifications), replace all fasteners and rubber components.

John Harper/Tom Glendenning – Superintendent – 815/232-6017

 

Northern Moraine Wastewater Reclamation District, Island Lake, IL

(2) – Envirex, final clarifiers, 80 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, rebuild drive assemblies (including component updates), replace skimmer assemblies with stainless steel, replace all rubber components.

Todd Sheridan – Superintendent - 847/526-3300

 

Kankakee River Metropolitan Agency, Kankakee, IL

(3) – Envirex final clarifiers, 120 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, rebuild drive assembly (including component updates), replace peripheral feed orifice plates with stainless steel, replace skimmer assembly with stainless steel, replace all rubber components.

Frank Johnson – Superintendent – 815/933-0104

 

Village of Bloomingdale, Water Reclamation Facility, Bloomingdale, IL

(2) - Amwell/Keen, secondary clarifiers, 80 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, rebuild drive assemblies, replace aluminum scum baffle and brackets with fiberglass, replace sludge plow squeegees, replace all rubber components, re-gel coat fiberglass domes.

Shirley Burger – Superintendent - 630/671-5853

 

Dean Foods, Harvard, IL

(2) – Davco, primary clarifiers, 50 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, replace drive assemblies,  replace skimmer assemblies with stainless steel, replace weirs plates with stainless steel, replace sludge plow squeegees, replace all rubber components.

Bill Hoyt – Superintendent - 815/943-8956

 

Glenbard Wastewater Authority, Glen Ellyn, IL

(1) – Eimco, primary clarifier, 100 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, retrofit (Wastech) drive assembly (including bridge modifications), replace sludge plow squeegees, replace all rubber components.

Erik Lanphier – Manager – 630/790-1901

 

Northwest Regional Water Reclamation Facility, Fox Lake, IL

(2) – Envirex, intermediate clarifiers with DBS drives, 60 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, rebuild drive assemblies, replace steel scum baffles, brackets, and weirs with fiberglass, replace sludge plow squeegees, replace skimmer assembly with stainless steel, replace all rubber components, re-gel coat fiberglass domes.

Steve Vella – Superintendent – 847/587-3694

 

Wastewater Treatment Plant, Creve Coeur, IL

(2) – Envirex, final, circular clarifiers, 50 ft. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, rebuild drive assemblies (including component updates), replace skimmer assemblies with stainless steel, replace all rubber components.

Jeff Sheffler - Superintendent – 309/694-4101    


Rectangular Clarifier Rehabilitation Projects

 

Sanitary District of Michigan City, Michigan City, IN

Two (2) FMC retrofit to Walker Process, double bay rectangular clarifiers with chain & flight cross collectors

Project outline: Replace drive assemblies, all wear strip, return rails, sprockets (upgrade sprockets to current design), fiberglass flights, wear shoes, and chain.  

Michael Milatovic – Superintendent – 219/874-7799

 

Fox Metro Water Reclamation District, Aurora, IL

Two (2) Walker Process, double bay rectangular clarifiers with auger cross collectors

Project outline: Replace all wear strip, sprockets (upgrade sprockets to current design), fiberglass flights, wear shoes, chain, head shaft wall bearings.  

Bill Ingraham/Erik Hutt – Maintenance Foreman – 630/892-4378

 

Northwest Regional Water Reclamation Facility, Fox Lake, IL

Six (6) Envirex, double bay rectangular clarifiers with auger cross collectors 

Project outline: Replace all wear strip, sprockets (upgrade sprockets to current design), fiberglass flights, wear shoes, chain, head shafts, stub shafts, and bearings.  Rebuild all drive units and right angle gear boxes.

Steve Vella – Superintendent – 847/587-3694

 

Wastewater Treatment Plant, St. Charles, IL

Two (2) Walker Process, double bay rectangular clarifiers with auger cross collectors

Project outline: Replace all carrier chain and sprockets (upgrade sprockets to current design), re-use existing fiberglass flights.

John Lamb – Environmental Services Manager - 630/377-4918

 

Flagg Creek Water Reclamation District, Burr Ridge, IL

One (1) Envirex, double bay rectangular clarifier with auger cross collectors 

Project outline: Retrofit shaft driven cross collector to chain & sprocket driven.  Replace all wear strip, sprockets (upgrade sprockets to current design), flights, wear shoes, chain, head shafts, stub shafts, hanger bearings, and wall bearings.

Robert McCarthy – Superintendent - 630/323-3299

 

Kankakee River Metropolitan Agency, Kankakee, IL

Six (6) Envirex, double bay rectangular clarifiers with chain & flight cross collectors

Project outline: Replace all wear strip weld washers, carrier chain, attachments, and fasteners.

Frank Johnson – Superintendent - 815/933-0444


Screw Pump Rehabilitation Projects

 

Dekalb Sanitary District

Dekalb, IL

(2) – Lakeside, screw pumps, 84 in. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, replace couplings, replace steel deflection plates and brackets with stainless steel, replace the top three inches of flighting, replace and relocate lower bearing seals, replace fasteners on upper flange and lower bearing mounting plate.

Steve Olson – Plant Foreman – 815/758-3513

 

Flagg Creek Water Reclamation District

Burr Ridge, IL

(2) – Lakeside, screw pumps, 60 in. diameter

(2) – Zimpro/Passavant, screw pumps, 36 in. diameter

Project outline: Abrasive blast and re-coat all carbon steel components, replace couplings, replace steel deflection plates and brackets with stainless steel, replace the flighting, replace upper and lower bearings and seals, replace all fasteners.

Robert McCarthy – Superintendent – 630/323-3299    




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