The mixers will be working in the process tanks of two WWTP’s in Atequiza – whilst the chopper pumps will be recirculating digester sludge every four hours.
Located close to Mexico’s largest freshwater lake, Lago de Chapala, which is the principal water source for the nearby city of Guadalajara, the treatment plant will benefit from significantly reduced maintenance and energy costs from the Landia equipment, as well as improved efficiencies.
The submersible Landia mixers are all of the IE2 type with high-efficiency motors, whilst the chopper pump, invented by Landia, is celebrating its 70th anniversary in 2020.
Landia, inventors of the Chopper Pump, are the company to call upon for all those hard-to-handle wastewater applications. From municipal Lift/Pumping Stations clogged up with FOG (Fats, Oil, Grease) to biogas feedstocks, fish processing and much more, Landia’s proven pumps and mixers provide long-lasting, energy-efficient solutions. Established ...