Thursday, Sep 17, 2020 at 2:00 p.m.

Session #8: The Downward Spiral: a Good Thing? Using Vortex Flow Inserts in Sanitary and Storm sewer systems

ON DEMAND RECORDING

“Expires Wednesday, September 30, 2020”

Overview:

The Vortex Flow Insert (or VFI) is an energy passive (no energy required), environmentally friendly solution for aeration, energy dissipation and corrosion and odour mitigation, thereby allowing for extended asset lifespan and reduced chemical and aeration treatment costs.  The session will demonstrate how the Vortex Flow Insert (VFI) works, how and where to use it in both sanitary and storm sewer collection systems, and explain the benefits it provides. Several case studies across North America will be reviewed as part of the presentation, for typical sanitary and storm water collection systems, as well as in treatment facilities.

At the completion of this one-hour OJT session, participants will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • How the Vortex Flow Insert works
  • Understanding of potential uses of VFIs for aeration, energy dissipation, corrosion, and odour mitigation
  • The potential benefits of using VFIs including extended asses lifespan and reduced chemical and aeration treatment costs
  • Examples of typical installation in both sanitary and storm water collection systems a well as in treatment facilities

David Ohayon

Our workshop facilitator is David Ohayon is a graduate of McGill University in Montreal with a degree in Mechanical Engineering (1996). David has been involved with underground construction and infrastructure at IPEX since 2006, serving in several technical and commercial capacities. He is currently the Market Development Manager for Water/Wastewater Treatment Facilities, and previously held the same role for PVC Liners. He is a member of AWWA, WEF, NASTT, NASSCO, and certified to practice PACP, MACP and LACP by NASSCO.

 

Logistics:
OMWA is pleased to offer any & all staff from our valued OMWA municipal / utility members complimentary virtual On the Job Training through our OMWA online platform.  These 1 hour sessions run every other Thursday starting at 2:00 p.m for the balance of 2020!The fee for non-members is $30 plus HST per person per session

Questions:
If you have any specific questions regarding this OJT session, please feel free to submit them when you register and we will provide them to the presenter.

Print Friendly, PDF & Email