Scope of Services

The Aquasystems Australasia design office operates AutoCAD and Autodesk Inventor, supporting current and all previous versions. Advanced engineering services including FEA (Finite Element Analysis) and various other pre-engineering services are available upon request. Numerous proprietary programs are used for process, mechanical and hydraulic design, as part of the equipment selection, sizing and detailed design phases; included oxygen demand, velocity profile, primary and secondary flow, mooring and mounting forces, dynamic loadings etc.

Equipment Design

All Aquasystems products are available as "Standard", "Option" or "Special" versions. For example, the "Standard" materials of construction for most products is AISI 304 stainless steel but 316 is available as an "Option". Other grades of stainless steel are available on "Special" order. Likewise each Model AER-AS has a "Standard" float diameter but reduced or enlarged floats are available as an "Option". Contract design of "Special" versions for project or site specific applications is available upon request.

Mooring/Mounting System Design

The Aquasystems product range encompasses are vast array of equipment incorporating high and low-speed, fixed and floating versions with surface, submerged and bottom options. The design of the mooring or mounting system is of equal importance to the product design and integral to the performance and longevity of the system.

Electrical Cable Design

Correct electrical cable sizing, selection and routing is critical to the successful operation, longevity and safety of floating or removable equipment. Sizing, of electrical cables, by suitably qualified and experienced personnel is a standard practice however correct selection and routing is often compromised. Wastewater is a complex and diverse substance, which can attack "standard" electrical cables. Correct cable routing is essential for equal weight distribution and to avoid impeding the operation of the equipment. Strain reliefs installed on some products ensure correct routing and also eliminate strain on glands and electrical connections.