Portfolio Solutions: Wastewater Treatment

Ramtech provides Wastewater Treatment Solutions to sites across western Canada.


Aeration Diffusers

Xylem Sanitaire’s Silver Series membrane diffusers are the most reliable fine bubble diffusers on the market with thousands of installations.

Lower energy consumption and raised operating efficiencies are made possible by the unique membrane shape, integrated O-ring, and top-sealing threaded retainer ring which eliminates leakage. A highly effective, integrated check valve enables the aeration zones to be easily shut down for air-on/air-off applications.

Sanitaire also has available a full range of ultra-fine bubble, ceramic, and coarse bubble diffusers to fit any need at your plant.

Visit Water University to watch Xylem Sanitaire’s webinar to learn more.


Flygt’s compact adaptive mixers with integrated VFDs revolutionize the wastewater treatment industry by bringing complete control and adaptability into the mixing process. Their standard control system with pre-set control incorporates many built-in valuable features providing large energy savings, key autonomous protection capabilities, and scalability for flexible control functionality. By matching speed to the real-world requirements of the plant significant energy savings can be realized compared to pre-set speed mixers.

Advanced Process Mixing (APM) formerly known as Revolmix and developed an innovative, made in Canada, solution for top entry mixer applications. Unlike conventional mixers, APM creates a tornado like flow pattern with superior solids suspension capacity and disperses particles more efficiently.

Enviromix Compressed Gas Mixing Systems provide uniform mixing of tank contents by firing programmed, short-duration bursts of compressed air through patented, engineered nozzles located near the tank floor. The mixing parameters may be adjusted to optimize mixing and power utilization, either through operator input or automated process feedback. This is all done with next to no oxygen transfer to the liquid due to the size of the large bubble.

Visit Water University to watch Enviromix’s webinar to learn more.