Below is a list of brands we offer.

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    • Accu-Tab® Chlorination SystemAccu-Tab® Chlorination System (4)

      Accu-Tab® Chlorination System

      Representing Alabama and the Florida Panhandle

      Backed by Industry Experts and Worldwide Specialist Network The Accu-Tab® chlorination system is the result of 70 years of chlorine expertise and manufacturing leadership. Dedicated scientists in the Axiall Chemicals Center—where new products and solutions are developed—as well as sales, technical, and customer service teams offer decades of combined experience to every customer solution. Axiall customers get the trusted technology of the Accu-Tab system along with the support of a worldwide network of authorized Accu-Tab system specialists who offer invaluable expertise at a local level. Whether it’s consulting on chlorinator operation, delivering tablets or helping to keep you in compliance with state and local health codes and regulations, Accu-Tab system specialists help customer’s succeed from installation and beyond.

      Where There is Water, There is Biological Growth

      These Accu-Tab chlorinators are a few of the many models designed for use in industrial applications. View all industrial options. Many industrial facilities use a local water supply to rinse, spray, coat, wash or cool during processing. End products can be affected by unwanted minerals and contaminants, and bacteria such as Legionella, which causes Legionnaires' disease, can cause illness. The Accu-Tab® tablet chlorination system treats water to the highest standards. The powerful 68% calcium hypochlorite tablets deliver consistent, controllable levels of chlorine residual to kill harmful bacteria and control algae. Chlorine is also useful in preventing biological growth in still water. At a small capital investment, the Accu-Tab system delivers consistent chlorine delivery with no peak times or downtime. It is low maintenance requiring less manpower and no additional equipment to operate. Accu-Tab tablets maintain efficacy even in uncontrolled interior environments such as factories.
    • AcrisonAcrison (1)

      Acrison

      Representing Alabama and the Panhandle of Florida

      Acrison has been serving the municipal water and wastewater treatment industries, as well as the industrial wastewater treatment industry, for over 50 years, using the same core equipment philosophy of maximum performance, minimal maintenance, and longest possible lifespan. Acrison feeders accurately and reliably feed chemicals common to this industry, such as hydrated lime, powdered activated carbon, soda ash, potassium permanganate, sodium fluoride, and sodium silico-fluoride, as well many other dry chemicals used in various treatment processes. Utilizing either the Model W105 Series of feeder with its unique dual concentric auger, dissimilar speed metering mechanism, or the Model BDF-1.5 feeder with its novel triple auger metering/conditioning mechanism, Acrison can meet the full range of applications, from simple feeder/dissolver packages, to integrated bulk silo storage and feed systems. Additional components required for a complete system are also designed and manufactured by Acrison, backed by decades of experience. Dust collectors with bag dump stations and bulk bag unloaders can be provided for safe unloading of the chemicals into the feeder. Dissolving tanks and wetting cones of various sizes are available to effectively dissolve the chemicals in water. Building on the company’s chemical feed expertise, and innovative design concepts, Acrison has also become a leader in dry and liquid polymer blending technology. The Models 500 and 515 Dry Polymer Processing Systems employ a cyclone wetting chamber to impart the energy required to properly create a dilute solution from dry polymer. The Models 580 and 530 Liquid Polymer Blending Systems use a precision-engineered, and patented “Dispersion-Injector” to instantaneously blend liquid polymer with water. Available in a number of different sizes, and a variety of options, Acrison’s polymer systems are able to produce a highly efficient polymer solution for use in a wide range of dewatering and clarification processes.  
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    • Blue Frog® Hybrid AeratorBlue Frog® Hybrid Aerator (1)

      Blue Frog® Hybrid Aerator

      Representing Alabama and the Panhandle of Florida

      The Blue Frog® Hybrid Aerator System Technology represents a paradigm shift in wastewater treatment strategies. It is an innovative, affordable, sustainable solution designed to meet wastewater treatment lagoon discharge standards at a significantly lower investment cost. It prolongs the life of the lagoon by restoring it back to its original design capacity. The Blue Frog® is the system’s base circulator. It is a hybrid aerator that functions as both a mixer and passive aerator that moves water laterally through the water column, creating an entirely unique treatment process. The key to Blue Frog® is its engineered flow pattern: System selects for fast settling granular sludge. Granules are fed constantly, increasing productivity. Solids accumulation is eliminated. BOD, TSS & Odors reduced. Blue Frog® can be a stand-alone system or one that works in combination with other technologies to digest sludge and reduce BOD & TSS; eliminating costs to handle sludge. Blue Frog’s® modular design uses energy-efficient 3 Horsepower motors specifically designed for our engineered system. The reduced energy consumption saves lagoon owners thousands of dollars a year on power costs. The motors are supported with a twelve-month warranty. Blue Frog® Key Benefits Effective Economical Easy to install, operate, and maintain Energy-efficient Environmentally-sustainable Total Horsepower: 3 Requirement: Engineered float depth of 4 feet.
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    • Chlorinators IncorporatedChlorinators Incorporated (100)

      Chlorinators Incorporated

      Since 1975 Chlorinators Incorporated has successfully been in the water and wastewater treatment business, but their history goes back even farther to 1960, when Jim Haskett designed and patented the first direct-cylinder-mounted all vacuum gas chlorinator. Before 1960, using chlorine gas had truly been a potentially hazardous business. Existing chlorinators used numerous valves and parts that could, and frequently did, fail and allow pure chlorine gas under pressure and/or chlorine solution to escape. Haskett's invention changed all that. He mounted his vacuum gas chlorinator system directly on the tank and placed the ejector at the point of injection where the application needed to be chlorinated. Vacuum, rather than pressure, now moved the gas from the cylinder valve to the ejector resulting in the reduction of numerous parts and only a single vacuum line was needed. If that line failed accidentally, the gas flow would STOP immediately. Jim Haskett's “chlorinator” was safer and more efficient. It was so innovative and well received that his direct-cylinder mounting concept became the world's standard by the time he sold the company in 1970. In 1975, he and his wife, Diane, designed a new chlorinator that was even better than his original in terms of serviceability, durability and reliability. They founded a new company, Chlorinators Incorporated, which is as successful as Haskett's original company, and for the same reasons: strong product, ongoing research resulting in continual improvement and an intense devotion to quality, innovation, reliability and customer service. Diane Haskett is still the owner and President of Chlorinators Incorporated. Under her leadership, the company's original REGAL™ product line of Gas Chlorinators and Sulphonators has continually expanded to include Gas Ammoniators, Gas Detectors, the REGAL SMARTVALVE™ (Flow Pacing Valve), Single and Dual Cylinder Scales, Electronic Scales, and Vacuum Monitors. Industries served are municipalities, dairy farms, poultry farms, meat, fruits and vegetables, beverages, potable drinking water, irrigation, cooling towers, sanitary sewage, commercial pools and any process that needs to disinfect water and wastewater. Every REGAL™ Gas Chlorinator component is made with pride in the USA! The company continues to be a world leader in chlorinator technology, while remaining very strongly committed to its founding philosophy.
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    • Emerald Coast ManufacturingEmerald Coast Manufacturing (1)

      Emerald Coast Manufacturing

      Representing Alabama and the Florida Panhandle

      They created the most Precise and Reliable Wastewater Vacuum Sampler. It is designed to withstand the harshest elements and have the strongest pull. Their sampler will deliver the most accurate readings consistently and exceed expectations. Researching the flaws of the current wastewater samplers they created the WAVE™. It addresses the needs that were ignored over the last 25 years. Built around a foundation of listening to their Customers they find solutions that work. Innovative technology paired with top notch customer service makes them an industry leader with products that will exceed your expectations. They work tirelessly to develop the best technology in wastewater sampling products. Developed from the inside out, the WAVE™ is a state-of-the-art vacuum wastewater sampler. Incorporating advanced technologies they ensure reliability and efficiency every step of the way. The WAVE™ offers the highest level of flexibility and configurability in the market. Through the use of its integrated graphic interface they provide you with absolute control and peace of mind.

      Usability Design

      Built with human interaction in mind. Features include a sleek enclosure design, easy-to-access sampling compartment, full-color touchscreen display and more.

      Sampling Process

      The WAVE™’s advanced sampling system showcases the highly effective and accurate sampling process, while fully configurable to fit your specific needs.

      Technology

      The touchscreen interface allows you unlimited ability to configure the entire process. The app enabled system give you complete control.

      Systems

      An extremely efficient cooling unit paired with state-of-the-art internal components minimizes complexity and quantity of internal parts.
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    • Franklin ElectricFranklin Electric (1)

      Franklin Electric

      Representing Alabama and the Panhandle of Florida

      Experience Franklin Electric

      Franklin Electric is a global leader in the development and manufacturing of systems and components that move water using booster pumps. Recognized as a technical leader in its products and services, Franklin Electric serves customers around the world in residential, commercial, agricultural, industrial, municipal and fueling applications.

      Complete Pumping Systems

      They were established in 1944, and later innovated the first reliable, water-lubricated submersible electric motor. Since then, its complete line of motors, pumps, drives and controls have been distributed globally, primarily through wholesalers that are committed to licensed drillers and contractors. Long recognized as the world's largest manufacturer of submersible electric motors, Franklin Electric has leveraged its expertise in motor applications to expand its innovative product line and serve numerous markets. As a leader in clean water pumping systems, Franklin offers pumps, motors, drives, and controls for use in a wide variety of installations. Franklin Electric also specializes in the water transfer market with products that include wastewater pumps; sump, sewage, and effluent pumps; dewatering and trash pumps; condensate pumps; magnetic drive pumps; low pressure sewer systems; water garden pumps and products; and a wide variety of utility pumps.

      Industry-Leading Testing & Service

      They remain at the forefront of product innovation by listening to its customers, adapting to the market and continuing to invest in research and development. Its 24,000 square foot state-of-the-art Engineering Development Center for research, development, design, and testing challenges each product and mimics working environments to ensure optimum performance, which is critical in demanding markets and applications. Furthermore, the industry’s leading problem-solving Technical Support professionals and expert field service engineers provide real answers in real time for troubleshooting and/or product questions.
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    • JCS Industries, Inc.JCS Industries, Inc. (0)

      JCS Industries, Inc.

      Representing Alabama and Florida

      JCS Industries, Inc. was founded in 2002 as a product development company charged with developing an alternative to the current vacuum feed liquid doser technology for a worldwide manufacturer of water and waste treatment equipment. After one year of design and two years of beta testing, JCS developed the Model 4100 Automatic Vacuum Liquid Feeder. They offer Robo-Control emergency actuators. ​With over ten years and more than 800 installations, from 3 gallons per day to 50,000 gallons per day, in areas as diverse as Duluth, MN and Hilo Hawaii, JCS has perfected, applied for and received US Patents for the all vacuum liquid feeder. JCS can also proudly state that we have the largest all vacuum liquid feeders (up to 60,000 gallons per day). Because of the success of the Liquid Doser, JCS was asked by the same company to develop accessory items and gas feed equipment. This was accomplished when JCS released the Model 4200 gas feeder. With gas systems that are online and feeding from 25 pounds per day up to 8,000 pounds per day, JCS is ready to create and improve on anything that is directly or indirectly related to feeding water and waste treatment chemicals. ​ JCS also has a wide range of Automatic Shut Off Valves for Cylinders and Containers. These Shut Off Valves can be ordered to be able to REMOTELY OPEN & CLOSE the valves on chlorine and sulfur dioxide ton containers. ​ JCS Industries is also the industry leader in Vacuum Regulators, Liquid Vacuum Switchovers, Chemical Dilution Systems, Chemical Injection Mixers, Chlorine Dioxide Generators, Chlorine Residual Analyzers, Hazardous Gas Leak Monitors, Electronic Ton & Cylinder Scales, Automatic Shut Off Valves For Cylinders/Containers.
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    • LaMotteLaMotte (10)

      Lamotte

      Since 1919, LaMotte has been a committed leader in providing quality equipment and guidance for water analysis. They provide water and wastewater testing reagents and instruments. Today, they produce the broadest line of portable test equipment, and continue their focus on your specific needs by offering improved products, strong technical support and the most extensive Custom Test Kit Service in the industry. Reagents, instruments, and test kits for water and wastewater testing are designed and manufactured at their Maryland facility. Their Research and Development staff is constantly improving their existing products and seeking new methods and reagent packages. They know that the emphasis they place on Technical Support and Customer Service distinguishes LaMotte from their competitors. If for any reason you are not satisfied with their products or service, you may return the product within 30 days for a full refund; please call for return authorization. They know that when you buy analysis products from them, you purchase solutions to your challenge, not simply hardware.

      A History of Innovation

      In 1919 a young chemist, Frank LaMotte, decided to focus his expertise in the area of pH analysis on specific applications of chemical control. Within a few years, LaMotte's small laboratory in Baltimore, Maryland was manufacturing specialized pH indicators and other analytical reagents for world-wide distribution. The applications section of LaMotte's first major catalog, published in 1930, anticipated many of the areas in which accurate chemical control is indispensable today - boiler water, swimming pools, drinking water, and more. Today LaMotte Company is located on its own 15-acre industrial park near colonial Chestertown on Maryland's Eastern Shore. The company manufactures analytical reagents, laboratory apparatus, electronic instrumentation, and complete portable test kits for chemical analysis in hundreds of applications.
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    • ProMinent Fluid ControlsProMinent Fluid Controls (10)

      ProMinent Fluid Controls

      Representing Alabama and the Panhandle of Florida

      ProMinent Fluid Controls are experts in chemical feed and water treatment We offer the highest quality metering pumps, instrumentation for monitoring, measurement, and control, dry and liquid polymer activation systems and complete engineered systems for our customers. Our successes include applications in Potable Water and Wastewater Treatment, Food & Beverage, Oil & Gas, Swimming Pool, and many other industries. As a wholly owned subsidiary of ProMinent Dosiertechnik GmbH in Germany, ProMinent has been the leader in custom and pre-engineered chemical feed and water treatment systems in the United States for over 35 years! Innovation, reliability and industry specific solutions are our hallmarks. All internal processes are certified in accordance with ISO 9001:2008 ensuring the highest standard of quality in both manufacturing and customer service. In addition to its group headquarters in Heidelberg / Germany, ProMinent supports its customers locally with 56 corporate sales and service companies. A total of 2,100 employees as well as representation in over 60 countries guarantees ProMinent service and availability worldwide. ProMinent celebrated its 60th anniversary in 2020. ProMinent Group is a manufacturer of components and systems in the field of fluid handling and also a reliable partner for water treatment. Based on our innovative products, services and industry-specific solutions we provide more efficiency and safety for our customers – worldwide.

      Metering Technology

      ProMinent offers an unparalleled metering pump product portfolio including all the peripherals that meets even the most specific requirements perfectly. It was and still is our aim to offer solutions for entire process steps of the Chemical Fluid Handling. Starting with storage, then transfer of the liquid chemical to the dosing point, dosing by means of a metering pump and the appropriate measuring, control and sensor equipment, up to the point where the chemical leaves the customer’s site in the wastewater. Even under the harshest conditions, all devices exhibit a constant high performance. And where economy is concerned they are almost unbeatable.
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    • Saf-T-Flo Chemical InjectionSaf-T-Flo Chemical Injection (0)

      Saf-T-Flo Chemical Injection

      For over 25 years, SAF-T-FLO has been committed to manufacturing the highest quality injection quills and sampling probes available. In addition to our focus on the municipal water and wastewater treatment industries, we also provide a wide range of solutions to any liquid chemical metering process. SAF-T-FLO specializes in manufacturing chemical injection quills and sampling probes for chemical feed systems in the municipal, industrial, and commercial water treatment industries. Our products are designed to allow you to customize them to the specific needs of the application. This ensures you get the exact product you need without having to compromise on performance or quality. Injection quills allow for treatment chemicals to be safely and efficiently dosed into pressurized pipes, tanks, or vessels. SAF-T-FLO carries a wide array of sizes, materials, and features that allows for each quill to be specifically configured for its intended application. Standard Service retractable injection quills are SAF-T-FLO's most versatile type of retractable quill. All standard service quills have in common a safety rating of 150psi. They are ideal for many everyday (and some not so everyday) applications.
    • Scaletron Industries, Ltd.Scaletron Industries, Ltd. (3)

      Scaletron Industries, Ltd.

      Representing Alabama and the Florida Panhandle

      Scaletron is a leading manufacturer of corrosion resistant electronic digital and mechanical scales and accessories. Our scales are designed for weighing and monitoring the usage of corrosive chemicals and/or materials in water treatment, wastewater treatment and industrial applications. We offer a complete line of scales including 150 lb. Cylinder and Ton Cylinder Scales; Drum Scales; Tank and Platform Scales; IBC Tote Scales and Spill Containment Scales. Scales feature a low profile platform design, capacities from 30 lbs. to 30,000 lbs., and a five (5) year warranty. Scaletron Industries, Ltd. is well known as the industry leader in corrosion resistant technology for scales and feeders used in the harsh environments of a wide range of industries including: wastewater and sewage treatment; municipal water treatment; industrial process water and waste water treatment; chemical; specialty gas manfacturing; fire protection systems; oil & gas and biofuels; semiconductor and electronics manufacturing; and poultry and livestock production. Our scales and feeders are designed specifically for monitoring usage, feed rate and inventory of water treatment and other process chemicals. Scaletron Industries has been manufacturing electronic base scales since 1983 when we received our first patent for our Model 2350™ Digital Dual Cylinder Scale. We manufacture a full line of mechanical and electronic scales including 150 lb. cylinder, ton cylinder, gas cabinet, dewar, drum, tank, platform, and spill containment scales. Our digital scales offer a high degree of accuracy to 0.1%. In addition to our scales, we offer a complete line of indicators and process controllers designed to provide accurate scale weights and monitoring of chemical usage. In 2016, Scaletron introduced a new line of volumetric screw feeders for dry powdered chemicals and other materials. Feeders are available with a gravimetric feed option with a built-in scale and a range of loading options from bag loaders to direct feed from silos.  
    • Sensaphone Remote Monitoring SolutionsSensaphone Remote Monitoring Solutions (2)

      Sensaphone Remote Monitoring Solutions

      Company Overview

      Since 1985, Sensaphone has designed and built its full line of innovative remote environmental monitoring systems and early detection products in Aston, Pennsylvania that quickly and effectively provide alerts to problems at your facilities. Over 400,000 systems are in use today around the world with the highest customer satisfaction rates in the industry.

      Why choose Sensaphone?

      -No monthly fees on most products, unlike typical security systems that require ongoing expenses -Reads real sensor values for temperature, humidity, water, etc., not simple "on/off" switches -Includes battery backup so your system continues to work when the power goes out -Custom notifications instantly alert you via phone, e-mail, text message, fax, or SNMP -Communicates using phone lines, Ethernet, cellular, or satellite -Remote access to critical information and to make changes quickly and easily -Direct communications on most products, no dependency on computers, servers, or a central service -Diverse applications, from data centers to pharmaceuticals to oil and natural gas wells -Simple setup and programming, no complicated codes or commands -All products are manufactured, serviced, and supported in the United States Sensaphone products are available to perform anything from simple monitoring and alarm notification, up to data logging, control, and sophisticated SCADA functionality. Whatever level of remote monitoring and control you need, Sensaphone has a solution to keep you informed and in control 24/7. Sensaphone systems operate 24/7, providing an extra layer of protection for remote sites. They instantly notify you of any readings outside of your preset parameters and potential threats to your pumps and systems. Early notification enables you to take fast, preventive action. Avoid significant disruption to operations, equipment and property damage, and workplace contamination. You minimize the costs of downtime, maintenance, cleanup and fines.
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    • Wastewater LevelWastewater Level (7)
      FOGRod (Serving Alabama and the Panhandle of Florida) The FOGRod works so well because it is simple - almost as simple as floats, but with much less maintenance; way simpler than ultrasonics; and can't fail like pressure transducers.

      How it Works

      The FOGRod hangs in the wastewater and connects to the LIT in the control panel with its 11-core cable. The LIT applies a small voltage to each metal contact on the FOGRod and looks for current flow. When a FOGRod contact is under water, current flows to ground. When a contact is dry, no current flows. It’s like closing a light switch – but in this case wastewater completes the circuit.

      LIT

      The LIT has 10 relays corresponding to the 10 contacts on the FOGRod. Pick the relays you want to use and wire them into your PLC, your pump controller – or even directly into your starters. If you are replacing floats, just unhook the float wires and connect the LIT relays into the same points. It’s like having 10 floats, but you just pick the ones you want to use. The LIT also has a 4-20mA output that increases in 1mA steps for each FOGRod contact. So you can replace pressure transducers, ultrasonics and bubblers. If you are replacing floats you can wire the 4-20mA into your telemetry system and get remote level. The FOGRod has no moving parts, no electronics and no sensors – so there’s nothing in the wetwell to tangle up, get stuck in position, or fail. It is almost as simple as floats.

      Cable Breaks

      The FOGRod cable has 11 cores but only 10 contacts. One of the cores is a “loopback” test for the top contact. If the cable is broken (e.g., from rats eating the cable) the LIT registers an alarm and activates a fault relay. The same happens if the cable insulation is stripped off in the cable conduit.