The world faces significant environmental threats, and the challenges will be even more pressing in the future. With a growing population, urbanization, and the effects of global warming, the sustainable handling of the earth’s limited resources will become even more critical. Environmental waste handling technologies will continue to play an important role in addressing these challenges. Water treatment equipment such as wastewater clarifiers, filtration systems, and solar sludge drying systems require very rugged energy and data transmission systems. Most of these operate outside and many are situated in corrosive and hazardous locations. Composting plants, which produce biogas that can replace fossil fuels, need electric power for their moving machine elements. These facilities also provide reclaimed compost that can be reused in the agriculture. As more and more countries put a higher priority on the need to preserve the environment, investments in environmental technologies will increase. Conductix-Wampfler high-performance products will support this trend all along the way.
The environmental industry has come to count on Conductix-Wampfler energy and data transmission systems to provide reliable power and control delivery. With over 30 years experience in environmental applications, numerous systems in operation around the world, and many industry references, we are your preferred and reliable partner. Special versions of our high quality products resist harsh conditions and aggressive atmosphere and provide long life time with low maintenance costs.
Spring-Driven Cable Reels – can be used to manage shorter power and control cables for longitudinal clarifiers and are in use to power solar sludge drying systems (along with festoon systems and conductor rails)
Festoon Systems – provide management for cables that power longitudinal clarifiers, sludge drying equipment, and other moving machinery. ATEX certified festoon systems are available for hazardous, explosion-proof locations. Ideal for wastewater systems and composting plants are stainless steel systems.