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Paddle Flocculators

Amwell paddle wheel flocculators provide engineers and water treatment facilities with well designed, well crafted, flocculator systems engineered for long life and minimal maintenance. Amwell flocculators are available in your choice of horizontal or vertical configurations for all water applications.

Key Benefits & Features

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Amwell designs, engineers and manufactures paddle flocculator mechanisms that provide optimum energy input for flocculant formation. Tank size and capacity, flow rate, and specific applications are important considerations in designing systems for optimum efficiency. Based upon your requirements, Amwell will provide computer generated velocity gradient calculations and recommend the horsepower, drive design, shaft design, paddle configurations, and type of pedestal supports and bearings to give you the best system.

Constant speed and variable speed, heavy-duty drives are available to match your shaft mounted drive arrangement in a dry well or in a wet well chain drive. Variable speed paddle type flocculators are furnished with fiberglass paddles. Drive shafts are available in solid shaft or torque tube configurations in either stainless or carbon steel.

  • Horizontal or vertical flocculator design
  • Heavy-duty constant or variable speed drives
  • Stainless steel or carbon steel construction
  • Shaft mounted drives, chain and sprocket or belt drive options available
  • Fiberglass paddles
  • Wet well or dry well construction
  • Readily adaptable to existing C/I pillow block or precision roller bearings
  • Non-metallic or stainless steel chain

Resources

Download Paddle Flocculators Brochure (PDF)

Questions? Contact Us

For comprehensive product specifications, drawings and additional options for any system, contact your local Amwell Representative or call our corporate office at 630-898-6900.

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