China adopts Landia pumps, mixers for two new WWTPs
Gullin, China chose Landia's flowmakers, mixers and recirculation pumps for two new wastewater treatment plants being built in the city.
Aug. 22. 2013 -- Gullin, a prefecture-level city in the northeast of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, People's Republic of China, has chosen Landia's flowmakers, mixers and recirculation pumps for two new wastewater treatment plants that are being built in the region.
The order, for a total of 78 Landia flowmakers, mixers and recirculation pumps, was based on the successful performance of 20 Landia flowmakers that have served Guilin since 1995.
Landia's POPL-I flowmakers will be installed in the Aeration, Anoxic and Anaerobic Zones at Guilin, where their low rotations provide flexibility for wastewater treatment. POP-I Mixers from Landia, which are designed for harsh conditions, will also agitate, homogenize and keep solids in suspension.
Meanwhile, Landia's AXP-I Pumps, which recirculate large volumes of water at low head without creating excessive energy bills, will recirculate activated sludge from the Aeration Zone into the Anoxic Zone at Guilin.
This latest export order for Landia follows its recent contract with Triveni Engineering & Industries Limited to supply 18 BioMover mixers for an advanced water treatment plant in Agra, India.