Gorman-Rupp introduces static venturi aeration device

Gorman-Rupp introduces static venturi aeration device
The EchoStorm adds oxygen to wastewater, reducing the size of organic solids and degasses organic solids.

Gorman-Rupp’s new static venturi aeration device, the EchoStorm, is designed to add dissolved oxygen into liquids as they are being pumped.

The EchoStorm adds oxygen to wastewater, reducing the size of organic solids and degasses organic solids. It is available in 2-in (50 mm), 3-in (75 mm), 4-in (100 mm) and 6-in (150 mm) sizes and, depending on the Gorman-Rupp pump it is paired with, it can provide flows from 50–1300 GPM (3.2 to 82.0 lps) with up to 857 lbs (389 kgs) of dissolved oxygen per day.

The device can be combined with Gorman-Rupp’s Super T Series, Ultra V Series, Super U Series, 80 Series, 10 Series and 6500 Series pumps. It is also designed to operate in a variety of pump configurations, such as packaged pump stations, engine-driven products and custom engineered pumping systems.

The EchoStorm is designed for aeration in many different municipal, industrial and agricultural applications including wet well influent, aerobic sludge digestion, lagoons, oxidation ditches, fat, oil and grease digestion, landfill leachate and mine water treatment.

Gorman-Rupp introduces static venturi aeration device
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