New Brochure Available on the Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator(TM) Grinder System

Springfield, Ohio, USA - Moyno, Inc. is offering a new brochure that describes the new Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator(TM) Grinder System. The brochure provides detailed descriptions, key performance benefits, technical information and full color photographs of the Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System.

The Moyno® Max-Flow Annihilator(TM) Grinder System is a custom engineered headworks debris handling system that protects downstream pumps, valves and process equipment in wastewater treatment plants and their lift stations. The cost-effective, low maintenance Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System can be used in place of bar rakes and screens as well as drum screen grinders for enhanced performance.

The Max-Flow system contains two or more Annihilator grinders mounted side-by-side in a stainless steel retrieval frame in the headworks of a waste treatment system. They can be installed in an in-line or a staggered or offset design to accommodate a variety of channel widths.

Additional Moyno Max-Flow Annihilator Grinder System benefits include the following:

o Fewer maintenance issues than bar rakes, bar screens, and drum screens

o Lower maintenance costs

o Lower initial costs than competing technologies

o Lower energy usage since all grinders in the system don't need to operate continuously

o Better performance in reducing the particle size of debris floating through the waste treatment system

o Better environmental choice since all processing of debris is done underground in the lift station

Moyno, Inc., a unit of Robbins & Myers, Inc., is a leading manufacturer of Moyno® progressing cavity pumps, sludge pumps, metering pumps, sanitary pumps, mag-drive pumps, multiphase fluid transfer systems and grinders. Its worldwide multimillion dollar stocking distribution network serves a wide range of industries, including water and wastewater treatment, oil and gas, pulp and paper, specialty chemicals, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, biofuels, mining, and petrochemical.

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