Uni-Pac™ Parallel Plates

 Uni-Pac™ is a settling enhancement using parallel plate technology. Whether incorporated in new or retrofit construction, the Uni-Pac™ offers maximum space efficiency in any gravity settling application. Inclined plate technology offers better process control, higher throughput capacity, and increased treatment efficiency over any other packaged surface water treatment system. The inclined plates are arrayed in steep rows to avoid the plugging associated with flat plate designs. The steep row design maximizes projected square footage, minimizing footprint. This array forms an extremely solid deck that is strong enough to be walked on while providing superior settling. Individual plates can be easily inspected and removed from above for maintenance without draining the basin or disassembly of any components. Stainless steel plate and collector construction provides superior strength and durability.

Surface water, groundwater and wastewater

With the Tonka Water Uni-Pac™parallel plate system, we can offer superior process control, higher throughput capacity, and increased treatment efficiency over any other settling technology. The inclined plates are arrayed in steep rows for uniform upward flow distribution, maximizing projected square footage, while minimizing footprint. The Tonka Water array forms an extremely solid deck that is strong enough to be walked on while providing superior flow and settling. Individual plates can be easily inspected and even removed from above for maintenance without draining the basin or disassembly of components. Stainless steel plate and collector construction provides superior strength and durability. 

The Tonka Water Uni-Pac™parallel plate system is specifically designed to be used with the Tonka Water MechVac™system for continuous sludge removal. When incorporated with Simul-Wash™, MechVac™ and BLEU™ underdrains, Tonka Water can offer state-of-the-art green technology for any turbidity removal application. 

The UTS™ is a physical/chemical process system, with mixing, flocculation, sedimentation and filtration. Typically oxidant, polymer and polymer aid can be added upstream of mixing to ensure optimal contaminant removal.

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Parker Water and Sanitation District

Parker, CO
The Parker North Water Reclamation plant underwent a major upgrade and expansion. Included in the improvements was an advanced water treatment process for the reduction of phosphorous from the wastewater outfall.
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Village of Meota

Meota, SK
Meota, Saskatchewan, located on the Southwest shore of Jackfish Lake, is surrounded by recreational communities.
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