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Whether your needs are short-term bridge, emergency or supplemental or long-term system deployment, Newterra has flexible solutions that alleviate the need for major capital expenditure.
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From operations consultation and long-term service contracts embowered by our Internet of Things (IoT) platform to commissioning expertise and emergency ad-hoc needs almost anywhere in the world, our technical experts are available to serve you. Let Newterra keep your systems optimized.
From licensed and certified removal, to exchange, to supply, Newterra provides the gamut of services to keep your media and membrane solutions at peak performance. Let the same experts who build your systems help you keep them running.
Parts and Customer Experience
Rely on Newterra for all your aftermarket needs. Our teams have the background and tools to serve you effectively. Nothing beats original equipment manufacturer (OEM) service. Anything you need, we’re here for you.
Feed water enters the vessel through an inlet valve and is sprayed out over a mixed media bed. The water then flows down through the bed. The coarse media layers trap large particles, and successively smaller particles are trapped in the finer layers of media.
The result is a highly efficient filtering system since suspended solids removal takes place throughout the entire bed. The clean water enters the distributor system at the bottom of the vessel and travels upward via the center riser tube, which is then piped out of the vessel.
Over time the media will trap additional solids resulting in an increased pressure drop across the vessel. Once the pressure drop reaches a preset level, the control system (or manual initiation) will trigger a backwash mode. During backwash, the flow is reversed, and the feed water enters down through the riser tube, exits out the distributor system and flows upward through the bed of media. This increased velocity up through the bed disturbs the media and releases the trapped particles which are sent to a drain.