Municipal Equipment Sewer Cleaners - Jetting Units and Recyclers

Integrated Engineering Solutions

Aquatech is a global leader in quality combination jetting and vacuum systems. Hi-Vac offers world class sales and technical support including aftermarket support services.

CorodexCombination JET / VAC Truck Mounted Systems

Aquatech Sewer Cleaning Trucks:

- User-friendly
- Tough enough to tackle any application
- Jet/Vac combination units
- High-pressure water jetting combined with a high-flow vacuum source
- Clean out pipes and sewers and then vacuum up the material, which returns and maintains normal sewer flow

Aquatech offers two different design options:


- Reel mounted on the rear of the truck
- Reduces heat and noise for the operator
- Ergonomically beneficial


- More conventional front-mounted design

Municipal Equipment

Integrated Engineering Solutions

ULTRAWAVES GmbH develops and markets innovative high-power ultrasound systems for water and environmental engineering. Apart from the disintegration of biomass in wastewater treatment and biogas plants, the systems are also used in industrial applications.

CorodexDUMO Ultralyzer
CorodexDUMO System in Depth

The DUMO Ultralyzer System serves wastewater treatment plants using an ultrasound application.

- Improving the anaerobic digestion
- Increased degradation of organic matter
- Increased retention time in digestion
- Increased production of biogas
- Improved dewatering of final sludge
- Decreased final waste sludge

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IPEX designs and manufactures the largest, most recognized and diverse range of integrated piping products – everything professionals need to manage the full spectrum of today's municipal, industrial, commercial and residential challenges.

Vortex Flow Insert for Odor and Corrosion Control

Integrated Engineering Solutions

Patented Spiral Flow Design:

- Eliminates odorous and corrosive gases by using the wastewater's own flow energy to suppress the turbulence which releases noxious gases
- The spiral flow creates a downdraft which traps airborne gases and forces air into the sewage flow to oxidize odorous gases

Reduced Corrosion Extends Sewer Life:

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) emissions from force main discharges can literally eat through a concrete drop manhole. By oxidizing dissolved H2S, a Vortex Flow Insert in a municipal sewer drop can significantly reduce concrete and metal corrosion, extending sewer life and saving the municipality money.

Reduces Odor Treatment Costs:

By increasing dissolved oxygen levels in wastewater and oxidizing sulfides and other odorous compounds, the use of a Vortex Flow Insert in a drop structure reduces the need for costly chemical injection, high-maintenance biofilters and air scrubbers.

Improves Wastewater Quality:

Because a Vortex drop structure reduces the odorous and corrosive elements in the flow, a Vortex Flow Insert, installed upstream of a treatment plant, can actually improve wastewater quality prior to treatment, reducing treatment costs at sewage plants.

Reduced Maintenance Costs:

The use of a Vortex drop structure eliminates the corrosion of concrete and metal sewer components, dramatically reducing municipal maintenance costs of manholes and sewers.

3P Technik Filteration System

Integrated Engineering Solutions

3P Hydrosystem


Specialist rainwater filter for installation within standard manhole shafts, 1000mm diameter. Suitable for heavily contaminated waters from trafficked areas, i.e. over 5000 vehicles per day. Suitable for drained areas up 1000m2. The cleaned water has such an excellent water quality that it can be discharged directly into soakaways, surface waters and the wider environment.

The filter function is an up-flow process and this allows for a design with a minimal height difference between the inlet and outlet. In the filter shaft the rainwater is cleaned by basic operation of the following processes: Sedimentation, Adsorption, Filtration, and Chemical Precipitation.

Incoming rainwater is led down to the basal section of the filter shaft. A hydrodynamic separator built in the base section promotes particulate sedimentation. The water is led into this separator tangentially and generates a radial flow pattern. Particles settle into the silt trap located below the separation chamber. Above the separation chamber are 4 filter elements, occupying the full shaft width such that all water must flow up through the filter. The Siltation of this filter is slow due to the upwards flow, and the fact that the filter is below the water level. The filter is easily exchanged.