With the adjustable propeller blades, the energy consumption can be adjusted by changing the angle of the propeller blades. You get the opportunity to achieve an energy consumption that is less than 1 W/m3.
The propeller blades on a POPL-I flow former are made of stainless steel. Experience shows that the propeller blades last forever, and you therefore get a lifetime warranty on propeller blades on your POPL-I mixer. If your wastewater is of an aggressive nature, POPL-I can even be supplied in acidproof stainless steel.
Landia POP-I 150 is a flexible and efficient low speed mixer. It is used for mixing and flow creation with a low energy consumption. This can be, for example, in aeration tanks or anaerobic tank sections. Landia POP-I 300 is most often used for mixing liquids with a high dry matter content such as dewatered sludge. The relatively low speed and strong propeller design make the POP-I 300 the ideal mixer for all types of highly viscous liquids.
We offer to make Landia POP-I in acidproof steel if needed.
Landia POD-I is a compact mixer that is typically used for mixing liquids with a relatively low dry matter content and in smaller tanks. POD-I can be used at liquid levels below 1 m. The propeller speed is 1000 or 1500 rpm. If Landia POD-I is to be used for aggressive liquids, we offer to supply it made of acidproof steel.
Following a highly successful upgrade to its wastewater process, Glatfelter, the leading global supplier of engineered materials, has made further investments in mixers made by Landia.Read the case study
Dairy Crest, makers of some of the UK’s best-loved food brands, has upgraded its wastewater treatment process by investing in a new mixing system from Landia.Read the case study
Just south of Aberdeen, improvements continue to be made at Scottish Water’s Sludge Treatment Centre (STC) in Nigg – but at a site still approaching its full potential, 0.9~1.0MW per tonne of Dry Solids is already being consistently produced.Read the case study
Situated approximately halfway between two of America’s largest cities, Madisonville (population 4396) might not deal with the same mega volumes of wastewater that are treated in Dallas and Houston, but for its highly dedicated team, there is never any let up in their commitment to their city’s treatment plant.Read the case study
Following an intricate diving operation, ESD (the joint venture involving Galliford Try, MWH Treatment and Black & Veatch) has completed the successful upgrade of its mixing operation at Scottish Water’s Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) in St Andrews, Fife.Read the case study
Following the successful installation two years ago of Landia Chopper Pumps and a Landia Aeration System, MSE Systems is set to install a further three units from Landia for one of the UK’s leading supplier of potatoes.Read the case study
In the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Landia’s AirJet is playing a key role in the success of the aeration and wastewater system for a major poultry processor.Read the case study
At the wastewater treatment plant in Gun Barrel City, Texas, sewage first enters an equalization tank before it actually goes to the site’s bar screens.Read the case study
Watermark Projects (part of leading engineering services company, W.A Cooke & Sons) has introduced a Landia mixing system to help handle wastewater at an expanding organic poultry producer in South Wales.Read the case study
A Landia AirJet mixer that solved an odor problem at one of California’s oldest independent dairies, is close to completing a full five years of uninterrupted service.Read the case study
In all honesty, you will not find anyone who has more experience with wastewater mixers than Landia.
Landia supplied the first mixers for sewage treatment plants in the late 1980s and today you will find Landia products at sewage treatment plants worldwide. The wastewater industry is growing year by year and we are keeping pace. When you contact Landia, you will speak with staff who know the industry, and who like the wastewater industry.