Slide background The Hydroflux Group consists of eight specialist water and wastewater treatment companies.These integrated businesses undertake design and construction projects, and provide aftermarket services to the municipal, mining and industrial sectors
Slide background The Hydroflux Group of Companies is based around teams of water and wastewater treatment experts harnessing the power of world leading research and technologies for a more sustainable use of water, energy and resources. .
Slide background Our Industrial division has an in depth knowledge and understanding of ALL food and beverage processes which enables it to design wastewater treatment plants effectively. .
Slide background Hydroflux Utilities provides many forms of water or wastewater plant support programs including, regular service and preventative maintenance contracts, chemical and spares supply and operation contracts for both industrial and municipal customers.
Slide background Our engineers are fully conversant with the water generated during all types of construction work and have designed and implemented unique and cost effective methods of treatment and the associated sludge handling systems.
Slide background Hydroflux Epco – With over 50 years experience in municipal and industrial wastewater treatment plants our products include – Wastewater Clarifiers, Water Clarifiers , Sludge Digesters and Package Sewage Treatment Plants
Slide background Cress Consulting is a specialist business providing environmental and sustainability consulting services to industry throughout Australia.

Hydroflux HyDAF™ Pre-Treatment Selected for Bellbridge Potable Water Treatment Plant Upgrade

Hydroflux Epco are delighted to be awarded the supply of a HD75 Hydroflux HyDAF™ Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) system for North East Water’s Bellbridge WTP upgrade.

Bellridge DAF

The Bellbridge Water Supply Upgrade will support the growth of the Northern Victorian town by ensuring that there is a sufficient quantity and quality of potable water available all year round. Surface water quality varies seasonally and the Hydroflux HyDAF allows the water treatment plant to operate over a much wider range of feed water quality events which greatly improves water security to the region.

The HyDAF is a well proven technology for removing gross contaminants and will pre-treat raw water sourced from Lake Hume, which is fed from the Murray River. The HyDAF will be installed upstream of a Pressure Media Filtration system which will further filter finer particulate matter, prior to being disinfected to meet Australian Drinking Water Guidelines.

Without suitable pre-treatment, media filters are prone to being overloaded by solids during turbid and/or algae bloom supply water events which then compromises treated water quality and availability. Pre-treatment not only improves the quality of clean water production it also greatly extends the frequency between filter backwash cycles, thus improving plant recovery and minimising wasted water.

The HyDAF incorporates a custom designed upstream two stage reaction tank to facilitate chemical coagulation and flocculation which enables the contaminants (colour, colloidal solids and algae) to be bound together and then floated to the surface via dissolved air for removal by the inbuilt surface sludge scraper.

The Hydroflux HyDAF is 100% designed and fabricated in Australia. For more information please click here.

About the Hydroflux Group
The Hydroflux Group comprises eleven companies based in Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and the UK, providing specialist design and build, equipment, processes and operational services in water and wastewater treatment and sludge treatment and dewatering. The Hydroflux Group are the exclusive Australian representatives for HUBER Technology, AEROSTRIP, CNP Technologies, Flootech MBBR, Dutch Spiral and Organica Water and incorporates EPCO Australia.

Contact
Hydroflux Pty Ltd
Level 26, 44 Market St. Sydney NSW 2000 Australia
P +61 2 9089 8833 F +61 2 9089 8830
[email protected]

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