Upgraded valve & actuation system in Los Angeles

Safety and the need to avoid an environmental catastrophe led Hyperion Water Reclamation Plant, the largest sewage treatment facility in the Los Angeles Metropolitan area, to start repairs in 2016 on a corroded five-mile-long outfall, or pipe, and pump header that release 230 million gallons of treated wastewater into the Pacific Ocean every day.

Allen Ruef, Product Line Sales Manager at Moog Inc., details how this upgraded valve and actuation system kept Los Angeles’ residents safe. Click here to read the full article: http://www.valve-world-americas.com/pdf/201710_4.pdf
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