WPL continues to expand their hire fleet with the introduction of the New WPL Miranda Biological Rotating Contactor (RBC) packaged wastewater treatment plant. The compact RBC modular design ensures easy transportation, small footprint and lower power consumption, without compromising the high quality effluent to meet strict EA consent requirements.

Andrew Haywood, Utility and Industrial Sales Manager states “the WPL RBC transportable modules are ideally sized for small and compact sites where access and footprint available is limited. Also due to the low power consumption per RBC, the modules can retrofit into an existing plant where there is limited power availability.”

 

WPL Hire Fleet Growth

The WPL hire fleet experienced growth within the UK water utilities sector over AMP 5. Customers hiring currently from the product portfolio include most UK water utilities. The industrial market however is still a growth area for WPL in 2015.

Simon Kimber, Divisional Director – Process states “If clients have compliance issues, then to augment their existing treatment capability they can hire extra treatment capability from WPL.”

 

WPL Process Plant Hire Product Portfolio

The WPL hire fleet includes:
WPL Submerged Aerated Filter (SAF) tanks in a variety of sizes
WPL N-SAF (A) treatment tanks
• New WPL Miranda RBC plants
WPL Lamella Plate settlement tanks
WPL Clic-Clo Microscreen tertiary polishing plants

The WPL wastewater hire solutions are available for short or long-term hire and are regularly supplied to WPL customers within water utilities, commercial and industrial applications.

For more information visit WPL Hire

 

 About the New WPL Miranda Rotating Biological Contactor (RBC)

 

Features and Benefits

  • Proven low energy consumption
    Run for over 25 years at a speed of 1.0 rpm and a maximum biomass thickness of 3 mm
  •  Optimal design footprint
    Flexibly compact modular design for less space, low civil installation costs and assembly
  •  Minimal maintenance requirement
    Allows easy access to gearbox
  •  Meets stringent EA consent requirements
    Including ammonia standards
  •  Increased life and maximised treatment capacity
    Due to unique high tensile steel robust solid shaft design
  •  Variation in biomass thickness
    Due to unique moveable disc segments
  •  Minimum 25 year defect free life
    Fully Validated Finite Element Analysis (FEA) design*
  •  Quiet operation
    Minimal noise at less than 65-70 dBA (measured 1m from the RBC)
  •  Easy installation
    Standard off-site factory built modules
  •  Easily transportable and gaining access to difficult locations
    Compact modular design
  •  Easy to operate wash out facility
     Biozone sludge drain to facilitate the removal of any access sludge

 *FEA is the recognised method of checking stresses in complex structures and confirmed the structural integrity of the support frame.