A displacement pump is often expensive to maintain and troublesome to service. A Landia pump is much less sensitive to abrasive particles, threads and other of the things that can be in sludge. And the day it still becomes necessary to change some parts, you will find that it is much simpler and faster compared to, for example, an eccentric screw pump.
- says Thomson, Severn Trent
Following an intensive 5-day survey of its wastewater treatment process, the highly renowned brewery, Timothy Taylor’s has upgraded its aeration process by introducing the AirJet system from Landia.Read the case study
If we took a short trip forward in time to 2040, and then looked back at how some organisations in the water industry successfully achieved Carbon Net Zero, it’s likely you’ll see a large four-letter word: NIGG.Read the case study
Suck it up, pressurize it and send it to the treatment plant. In theory, this should be a straightforward job for pumps at a lift station. However, as we all know, the curse of so-called ‘flushable’ products in our sewer systems is also proving that some so-called ‘non-clogging pumps’ are getting clogged.Read the case study
When Pittards, the leading leather goods producer, moved part of its manufacturing process from Leeds to Yeovil, they made very sure that its long-serving wastewater pumps went with them.Read the case study
At Valley Center Wastewater Treatment Plant, and at an increasing number of facilities across Kansas, the decision to buy the more expensive equipment at the outset is proving to be the most economic. Savings in long-term maintenance are important, but in the shorter term, energy savings are fundamental.Read the case study
At a landfill’s leachate treatment centre, where floating biomass was reducing the plant’s throughput, the introduction by Viridian Systems of a new mixer has created annual savings on chemicals of around £85,000.Read the case study
At Yorkshire Water’s new £50M Huddersfield Energy and Recycling Facility (E&RF), the digester mixing system from Whitchurch-based Landia is ensuring that total gas production can reach its anticipated 22,192Nm³/d (normal cubic meter/day).Read the case study
Throughout Ohio there is a large a number of meat/food processing plants and municipal sites whose wastewater system is plagued by fats, oils, greases (FOG) and debris.Read the case study
An automated mixing system helps an Illinois treatment plant improve biogas production and increase volatile solids destruction.Read the case study
Following a highly successful upgrade to its wastewater process, Glatfelter, the leading global supplier of engineered materials, has made further investments in mixers made by Landia.Read the case study
Landia supplied the first mixers for sewage treatment plants in the 1980s and today you will find Landia products at sewage treatment plants worldwide. The wastewater industry is growing year by year and we are keeping pace. When you contact Landia, you will speak with staff who know the industry, and who knowsand understand the wastewater industry.