The wastewater treatment facility in the village of Santa Rita, Guam, was previously found to be operating at 40 percent over capacity. The new facility is designed to provide clean water to the southern areas of Guam and engineered to treat 1.6 million gallons per day of wastewater during dry weather and up to 9.3 million gallons per day during wet weather conditions. The design can also accommodate future wastewater flows from a nearby U.S. Navy installation, a connection that will increase the dry and wet weather design flows to 4.6 and 13.3 million gallons per day, respectively. (source: Gresham Smith & Partners)
Universal Blower Pac provided the blower system solution for this wastewater treatment plant with three 3C-Hybrid units. Each unit is designed with a high efficiency hybrid, positive displacement blower system and NEMA frame motor. Compact sound enclosures are engineered with environmental controls to increase the blower’s life, turndown range, and efficiencies as it withstands the heat and humidity in Guam. These specific units were customized to also feature VFD control panels featuring state of the art Allen-Bradley PLC (programmable logic controller) and user friendly touchscreen HMI (human machine interface.)
This video provides a close up walk through of the units before installation. To download 3C-Hybrid brochure, drawings and specs, visit our resource center.