Easily adapts to fluctuating water levels.
Exclusion system prevents discharge of solids.
Integrated scum control system.
No costly mechanical parts to replace.
Consistently high performance over time.
Simple to install and remove.
Compact models available.
Reliable pressurized discharge.
Stainless steel construction.
Robust knee joint prevents breakage.
Highly resistant to torsion forces.
What is a floating decanter?
A floating decanter is a hydraulic system that drains wastewater from the surface of basins and tanks in commercial, municipal, and industrial treatment projects.
Ecoprocess floating decanters (formerly known as SwingCanter and PumpCanter) are available in sizes up to 20” and feature a flexible and durable design that prevents corrosion and breakage. Each unit controls scum and excludes solids to give you peace-of-mind performance that lasts for years.
- sequencing batch reactors
- stormwater management retention basins
- new installations and retrofits
How do our floating decanters work?
Ecoprocess floating decanters have three main components:
- floating head assembly
- discharging arm
- knee joint connecting the system to a wall
The head assembly floats near the surface of the basin or tank, moving up and down with changing wastewater levels.
When the automated decant valve outside the basin or tank opens, differential pressure forces wastewater into decanting holes in the head assembly. This wastewater then flows down the discharging arm toward the knee joint (sometimes referred to as a flexible elbow). The knee joint is connected to a wall outlet that directs decanted wastewater downstream.
The head assembly draws wastewater from just below the surface to keep scum and foam out of the decanter. The decanting holes also have a unique closing function to prevent sludge and other solids from entering the system, even during aeration and mixing processes.
Our 1-year warranty for floating decanters includes all:
- original parts
- replacement parts