Parkson MaximOS-The Roadmap of Initial Questions

Do you know a utility that is struggling to keep a chlorine residual?
Do you know a utility that is dealing with or will be dealing with disinfection by products?
Is there a surface water treatment plant that is spending lots on polymer for coagulation?
Is there a wastewater treatment plant that struggles with filamentous foaming or algae in the clarifers?

Here is your road map of questions to identify a MaxiMOS opportunity.









Parkson MaximOS was chosen by Lakehaven Utilities to replace their back-up chlorine system at the Lakota plant. Read More.

Parkson announces redesign for the Aqua-Guard Screen with 50% better capture rate!

Parkson Corporation has introduced a newly redesigned Aqua Guard®. The new screen, called Aqua Guard® UltraClean™, showed a capture rate improvement of over 50%. Operators applaud the new features of the screen as being easier to operate and maintain, and requiring less work.

The new system is the result of an extensive research and development effort undertaken on the Aqua Guard®, one of Parkson’s most popular and longest-running product lines. The new features will be included on all new Aqua Guard® UltraClean™ installations and will be available as modifications to existing screen systems, through a relatively simple replacement operation.

In a real-world test, Parkson engineers installed the new equipment on one Aqua Guard® screen, operating alongside a unit using the previous configuration at a working treatment plant. The side-by-side comparison revealed that the new equipment significantly improved capture rate efficiency and was easier to maintain than the original design.

Please contact your HPT sales representative for further details.


Siemens Industry Acquires Cambridge Water Technology

Siemens Industry recently announced the acquisition of Cambridge Water Technology, inventors of the CoMag™ and BioMag™ Technologies.  BioMag™ and CoMag™ systems infuse biological or chemical floc with magnetite, a high specific gravity ballasting agent.  The resulting high density floc enables reliable settling rates 10 to 30 times greater than conventional clarification.  Treatment facilities utilize smaller, lower cost clarifiers for a given flow, generate 2 to 3 times the flow capacity within existing clarifiers and can process wet weather flows with no loss of solids.  Most importantly, BioMag™ and CoMag™ Systems deliver enhanced nutrient and solids removal performance.









Please contact your local HPT representative for additional information.