New Windsock System For Waste Water Treatment Plants

Low wind detection is a must for a waste water treatment plant.

Source: US California Press

Waste Water Treatment Plant Windsock

Low wind detection is a must for a waste water treatment

New Windsock detects the slightest movement of wind, even below 1 mile per houri.
Example: Ukiah, Oregon, United States
Sample Weather: October 27, 2017  
37°F (3°C), Wind N at 1 mph (2 km/h), 100% Humidity

Numerous waste water treatment plants use the Wind Tracker Windsock System. Wind Tracker Windsock System can detect any change in wind speed no matter how small. It is the safest windsock system available, replacing the ordinary windsocks that are no longer effective for field observation of wind and direction.”It Animates the Wind”.

Water and wastewater treatment plant and system operators work both indoors and outdoors and may be exposed to noise from machinery and to unpleasant odors. Operators’ work is physically demanding and often is performed in locations that are difficult to access or unclean. They must pay close attention to safety procedures because of the presence of hazardous conditions, such as slippery walkways, dangerous gases, and malfunctioning equipment. As a result, operators have a higher-than-average occupational injury rate.

The two most commonly used chemicals in a wastewater treatment plant are chlorine for disinfection of the effluent and herbicides for weed control. Windsock system Increases worker safety. Patented design windsock system detects wind speed & direction at ground level which in many cases is well below higher elevation speeds.

Buildings, structures, landscaping, and variables such as parking areas, and bodies of water can change or alter the direction of the wind, and or speed.

The Wind Tracker is ideal for use in emergency evacuation plans, and work site safety. It is reliable for field use in the detection of wind movements in areas of obstructions.

Building shapes, storage tanks, landscape features, and various other irregularities will cause the wind to move in several directions, and at various speeds. The Wind Tracker Windsock System is the only system designed to move in relationship to the action of the wind. For the first time you will be able to actually see the wind as it is moving in the zone you choose.

Department of Labor Extract:
Occasionally, operators must work during emergencies. Weather conditions may cause large amounts of storm water and wastewater to flow into sewers, exceeding a plant’s capacity. Emergencies also may be caused by malfunctions within a plant, such as chemical leaks or oxygen deficiencies. Operators are trained in emergency management procedures and use safety equipment to protect their health, as well as that of the public.

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Windsock $59.00 (Quantity Discounts).
Windsock & Poles $118.00 – $198 (Quantity Discounts).
Replacement Windsock $39.00 (Quantity Discounts).
Custom Printing Available.


Partial List Of Windsock Applications

Agriculture & Farm Operations
Emergency Evacuations
Construction Safety
Hazardous Materials
Pipeline Companies
Ammonia Storage
Chlorine Storage
Grain Elevators
Golf Courses
School Safety
Recreational facilities

Waste Water Treatment Plants
Cold Storage Facilities
Unmanned Aircraft
Waste sites
Hang gliding
Oil fields
Painting at ship yards
Large profiles carried by workers
Tear gas release in correctional institutions
Bomb disposal sites.
Jump teams ground wind system
Hot air Balloonist & chase teams

Portable Windsock / Transportation
Power Plants
Agricultural for drift prevention
Small airports
Field burning
Portable units for Red Cross & other organizations
Marker flag for areas of student assembly
Airport Windsocks
Nuclear power plants
Disc Golf