UNIFILT is capable of assisting treatment facilities in meeting the changing government and environmental requirements, relying on our continued technological design advancement of both our customized removal and installation equipment.

UNIFILT’s unique and versatile maintenance menu offers on ever-broadening range of Filter Maintenance Services, resulting in expedient, cost-effective project completion that has satisfied thousands of our customers.

Because there are virtually no media replacements without unexpected challenges, our ability to respond is the key to UNIFILT’s success!

Specializing in “turnkey” services demonstrates UNIFILT’s commitment to world-class service. During a typical Filter Media Replacement, UNIFILT successfully responded to an unexpected emergency repair needed on the city’s existing clay tile underdrain system, expanding our original work. (more…)

Filter Maintenance demands understanding the urgency of quick and inexpensive quality solutions for a myriad of site-specific challenges.

“The City of Aspen was extremely satisfied with UNIFILT’s field crew, equipment efficiency and material handling techniques.” Larry Ballenger, Director of Water, City of Aspen Water Department.

The city of Aspen was required to replace its Mixed-Media System at their West Water Treatment Plant, without interfering with their peak water demand needed during the winter ski season. (more…)

The Tarboro Water Treatment Plant, built from 1937 to 1938, serves approximately 14,000 people in Tarboro, NC, as well as some of the surrounding rural areas. Originally, the plant had rapid sand filters with a total capacity of 1.5 mgd. It was upgraded in 1958 increasing the plant’s capacity to 3 mgd. In 1979, the filters were converted to a dual-media consisting of a nine inch layer of filter sand beneath a twenty inch layer of filter anthracite, again doubling the capacity to 6 million gallons per day. (more…)