Wastewater management consists of multiple steps that treat wastewater to appropriate levels for reintroduction to the surrounding environment. From screening and pumping to filtration and disinfection, each step requires the use of specialized equipment to process and treat the wastewater. Wastewater management brushes are an essential piece of equipment in many stages of the wastewater management process, and they come in a variety of types dependent upon the different treatment stages.
At Cocker-Weber Brush Company, we have been a leading manufacturer of industrial brushes for over a century. With a focus on innovation and quality, we can find the ideal solution to optimize the processes in your wastewater management facility.
Wastewater Management Process
Wastewater brushes are versatile and are used for a variety of other applications in the waste management process, including:
- Screen cleaning
- Rake cleaning
- Odor control
- Treatment tank temperature regulation
- Waste transportation
- Waste separation
- Sealing gaps and mixing arms
Cocker-Weber’s brushes are ideally suited for waste separation and screen cleaning applications. Their custom brushes offer several benefits for wastewater management processes. These include:
- Effective cleaning
- A wide selection of types and uses
Types of Wastewater Brushes
Depending on your application requirements, there are many types of industrial brushes designed to perform certain tasks during the wastewater management process and other applications. Some common brushes include:
- Sewage brushes
- Pipe brushes
- Waste brushes
- Sludge brushes
- Wastewater brushes
At Cocker-Weber, we supply the following brush types that are suitable for waste management applications:
Tufted Strip Brushes – 5′ Long Strip Brushes
Tufted strip brushes are corrosion resistant and work well in areas with restricted movement or that lack a power source. They feature plastic bases that contain holes for holding the bristles. Depending on your needs, staples, wires, or epoxies affix the bristles to the base. The simple design of these brushes allows for additional customization to meet the needs of different applications.
Strip brushes enable thorough sealing, cleaning, and surfacing, and facilities often use them to protect and clean machinery. They can be designed to be conductive or non-conductive to fit the specific needs of the application.
Some applications may require custom brushes to meet unique specifications. Cocker-Weber has over 130 years of experience in the manufacturing and distribution of custom brushes to suit the needs of nearly any application. If your wastewater project requires brushes of a specific type, construction method, or trim shape, Cocker-Weber’s manufacturing capabilities enable them to custom-design a unique brush solution to meet quality, budgetary, and performance specifications of all types.
Spiral Round Brushes
Spiral round brushes are a type of cylinder brush. These brushes help sort, clean, and position items throughout the processing stages. Spiral round brushes are ideal for high-speed applications to remove sticky or dried accumulations in wastewater management processes. They’re capable of performing sweeping and scrubbing operations at the same time for maximum effectiveness and efficiency.
Industrial Brushes for Wastewater Facilities
If you’re in need of durable and efficient industrial brushes for wastewater management applications, Cocker-Weber has a wide selection of options available. We have tufted strip, spiral round, and custom brushes available. We can design and manufacture a completely custom-tailored brush specifically intended for your application.
At Cocker-Weber, we can help you find the right solution for your application, regardless of your requirements. We offer a variety of cylinder, wheel, disk, cup & end, and tufted strip & plate brushes for multiple industries and applications. We work closely with each of our clients to provide them with the most appropriate solution based on their unique specifications.
If you would like to learn more about Cocker-Weber’s wastewater brushes, contact us today or complete our online form to request additional information.