Is it time to changeout your spent activated carbon media?

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TIGG’s network of Site Services Crews will come to your jobsite to swap out your spent carbon, replace it with fresh media and haul it off for disposal or regeneration. Read a recent changeout case study.
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Used Adsorption Units Lower Your Costs

You can save money and lower your costs by purchasing TIGG’s field-tested, used liquid and vapor phase vessels.

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TIGG AWARDED CONTRACTS FOR TWO N.Y. MUNICIPAL DRINKING WATER PROJECTS

TIGG set to build two custom dual-vessel water purification systems

ImageOAKDALE, Pa. ― (February 26, 2014) ― Expanding its client base in the municipal drinking water market, TIGG Corporation recently won two separate competitively-bid contracts on Long Island, N.Y. to provide drinking water purification equipment. The two contracts are worth a combined $500,000.

TIGG will deliver a custom-made, dual-vessel CP 20K-10 activated carbon water purification system to the Roslyn Water District in April. Each of the integrated system’s two 10-foot diameter vessels will be capable of operating at 150 psi and will handle flow rates up to 750 gpm.

The Locust Valley Water District will receive its custom TIGG CP 20K-12 water purification system in April. Each of the two 12-foot-diameter vessels will have a maximum operating pressure of 150 psi and will have be capable of flow rates of 750 gpm. Both the Locust Valley and Roslyn Water district’s systems are capable of holding 40,000 pounds of granular activated carbon.

“Winning these contracts shows that TIGG’s equipment is ideal for the municipal drinking water industry,” said Anthony Mazzoni, TIGG vice president. “With six orders in the last several months, TIGG is really becoming a player in the municipal market.”

TIGG Corporation manufactures activated carbon adsorption and filtration units and integrated systems for municipal water treatment, environmental remediation, industrial emission control and other water and air purification applications. At its state-of-the-art facility in Heber Springs, Ark., TIGG builds multi-media filters, emergency water storage tanks, hydropneumatic tanks, custom-sized air receivers and other steel tanks and pressure vessels.

For more information visit TIGG.com.

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SAN ANTONIO WATER SYSTEM USES TIGG WATER PURIFICATION EQUIPMENT

ImageSAN ANTONIO, Texas ― Three TIGG activated carbon dual-vessel skid systems went online in San Antonio, August 14. The systems are capable of purifying more than 5 million gallons of water a day. The integrated units were engineered at TIGG’s Oakdale, Pa. headquarters.

The GAC adsorption systems are being used to proactively remove TOCs and THMs from Canyon Lake, a nearby potable surface water supply, to reduce potential for formation of disinfection by-products (DBP) in the distribution system, and ensure compliance with EPA Stage 2 DBP regulations.

TIGG Corporation won the competitively bid contract to rent the systems to SAWS on July 3. The agreement could be worth up to $2.5 million. TIGG’s CP 20K-10 dual Vessel Skid Systems meet or exceed SAWS specification requirements for the application. The units are capable of running either in series or parallel. Each system holds 40,000 lbs of granular activated carbon and is capable of purifying water at 1,500 gpm. The contract also included operational training for SAWS employees.

“Although we’ve been manufacturing the dual-vessel CP 20K-10 system for years, this is the first time we’ve supplied a client with the complete system on a skid,” said Anthony Mazzoni, TIGG vice president. “We specifically engineered each skid to ship on a single flatbed truck. Plus, the skids simplify the setup process and help reduce labor costs.”

TIGG Corporation manufactures activated carbon adsorption and filtration units and integrated systems for municipal water treatment, environmental remediation, industrial emission control and other water and air purification applications. At its state-of-the-art facility in Arkansas, TIGG builds multi-media filters, emergency water storage tanks, hydropneumatic tanks, custom-sized air receivers and other steel tanks and pressure vessels.

 

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Liquid phase activated carbon adsorption equipment

Integrated Water Filtratiuon System

TIGG manufactures, sells and rents a variety of Liquid Phase (GAC) Granular Activated Carbon Adsorbers

Liquid phase activated carbon adsorption equipment removes organic contaminants from water. TIGG’s GAC adsorbers are used in groundwater remediation, stormwater treatment, PCB removal applications, municipal water treatment and wastewater filtration.

TIGG’s standard liquid phase activated carbon adsorption equipment treats flows from one to 750 GPM. Our carbon adsorbers and GAC filtration units range from 55 gallon liquid phase drums to 144″ diameter GAC vessels capable of full backwash. TIGG engineers can custom design unique activated carbon towers and complete integrated activated carbon adsorption systems that treat thousands of GPM.

TIGG’s CANSORB line of liquid phase activated carbon adsorption equipment for liquid phase remediation applications includes ECONOSORB Drum Adsorbers with epoxy-lined steel vessels to polyethylene-lined steel adsorbers. The equipment has been designed to have a low pressure drop, excellent flow distribution and resistance to corrosive conditions.

TIGG’s large, in-stock liquid-phase activated carbon adsorbers and filtration systems are available for sale or ready to RENT.

For more information on TIGG’s liquid phase activated carbon adsorption equipment visit http://www.tigg.com/Liquid-Phase.html.


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TIGG Names Doug Murray New Plant Manager

TIGG Names Doug Murray New Plant Manager
Murray Brings Manufacturing Experience to Heber Springs, Ark. Facility

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Taking over leadership of TIGG’s Heber Springs, Ark. production facility February 11, Doug Murray brings years of manufacturing experience to the company. With a bachelor’s in science from Missouri State University, he has been exposed to many business aspects including accounting, human resources economics and operations management.

HEBER SPRINGS, Ark., March 27 ― TIGG Corporation announced the February 11 hiring of Doug Murray as the company’s Heber Springs, Ark. manufacturing facility plant manager. In his new position, Murray will direct all plant activities including production, warehousing and distribution while managing costs and implementing worker safety programs.
“Several qualified candidates applied for the position and it was tough narrowing it down to just one,” said TIGG President Georgiana Riley. “However, we’re confident we made the right choice and that hiring Doug will help TIGG continue to produce quality equipment for its customers.”
Previously, Murray oversaw 63 workers on four production lines while employed as the supervisor of manufacturing at a carbide forming and shaping facility. He sees both similarities and differences between his old and new positions.
“The biggest thing we made at my old job was the size of a coffee cup. Now, I’m making equipment that takes a semi-trailer to deliver,” Murray said. “But, just like before, my job is focused on satisfying customer needs in a manufacturing environment.”
TIGG employees will see changes moving forward at the plant that will come in short bursts. Murray said his main approach would be to utilize basic lean principals, which include streamlining the manufacturing processes, enhancing the management of employee hours and ensuring required materials are ready at each stage of the process.
“At TIGG, we’re geared up to expand and hope to increase our 21-person Heber Springs workforce if sales growth continues,” Murray said. “I also hope TIGG can become more involved in the community and local functions.
TIGG has more than 35 years of experience designing and building steel tanks and pressure vessels that are primarily used for air and water purification. The company has 155,000 square feet of fabrication and warehouse space in Heber Springs and a headquarters facility in Oakdale, Pa.

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TIGG RECEIVES WOMEN’S BUSINESS ENTERPRISE NATIONAL COUNCIL CERTIFICATION

Contact: Georgiana Riley
Tel: 724-703-3020
E-mail: griley@TIGG.com

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Company’s woman-owned status helps clients meet diversity goals

OAKDALE, Pa., March 18 ― TIGG Corporation, a manufacturer of steel tanks and pressure vessels that are primarily used as activated carbon adsorption and filtration units for environmental remediation, industrial emission control and other water and air purification applications recently received national certification from the Woman’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC).

            Many corporations and federal, state and local governments strive to include woman-owned businesses on their list of preferred vendors. By obtaining its WBENC certificate, TIGG is easily identified as a woman-owned company.

            “More and more of our customers have made a commitment to diversity in their supply chain,’ said TIGG Owner Georgiana Riley, who purchased the company in 1999. “We are pleased to receive the WBENC certification because it allows us to better serve clients who place a priority on inclusiveness.”

            Prior to owning the company, Riley worked in several areas of the activated carbon industry including chemistry, sales, marketing and management. In addition to being the president/owner of TIGG, she is on the board of directors of Catalyst Connection, the board of Adagio Health and is the chairperson of her local sewage authority.

            In order to achieve its WBENC status, TIGG underwent a rigorous certification process that included a review of the company’s corporate by laws, financial and tax information, articles of incorporation and an on-site inspection. The certification is already paying off—in 2012, the WBENC certification helped TIGG meet the diversity requirements of one of its largest clients.

            TIGG is also certified as a woman-owned business with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the California Public Utilities Commission. With a state-of-the-art manufacturing facility, a team of highly skilled workers, an experienced engineering department and more than 35 years in business, not only is TIGG a certified woman-owned business, it is also an innovative industry leader.

 

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