U.S. MAGAZINE HYDRO LEADER INTERVIEWS ATLAS POLAR
We were delighted when Joshua Dill, Managing Editor of Washington D.C.’s Water Strategies LLC, approached us about interviewing Atlas Polar for HYDRO LEADER Magazine. The feature article discusses how Atlas Polar’s innovative Waterways systems – HydroRake, HydroBrush, StopLog Lifter and Atlas Polar Racks – address debris management and water flow issues for the Hydro market […]
What Makes the Hydrorake the Best Choice to Keep the Water Flowing?
The Hydrorake ST9000 is the ideal choice for water intake facilities where keeping waterways clean and free from debris is essential. In the past, this has meant the use of a great deal of manual labour, but now this task is eliminated with the installation of the Hydrorake. Installed upstream, the ST9000 provides ample space […]
The New and Improved Atlas Polar Website
We are happy to announce our new and improved website. It is now designed to meet the needs of all our visitors no matter which device you are using. Our new site is more user-friendly and easy to read as it adjusts to the screen of any device from desktop computers to tablets and mobile […]
New Hydrorake Trash Rake System Video
Get a Quote on a Hydrorake System The Atlas Polar Hydrorake was developed in 1974 as the first automatic trash rake system in North America. With over 400 installations in the US, the Hydrorake is used in water intakes, hydroelectric dams, and fish processing plants. It is a reliable and cost-efficient way to clean water […]
Hydrorake Trash Rake PS1 Conversion Kit Now on Special
The cold weather is upon us. Just as we all have trouble getting out and facing the day this time of year, you may find your Hydrorake equipment doesn’t like the cold. In cold temperatures, your Atlas Polar Hydrorake may get stalled at the entry angle position because of extra cold oil. With the PS1 […]
Improve and Maintain Your Hydrorake Trashraking System
Not long ago, we sent out a notice to Atlas Polar’s customers announcing that there is now a new style of rake teeth for the ST800 Hydrorake Trashraking System. These new rake teeth are pretty cool because they feature an improved coil design that are both more flexible and stronger than the original design. The […]
Are Traditional Handraking Methods outdated?
I have often been asked if I thought handraking methods are becoming obsolete. Lately, though, that question has evolved from “if” to “when”. Traditional handraking methods of cleaning hydroelectric and water control facilities is making way for more automated methods for clearing intake racks. Because of safety, moral, and cost considerations, many facilities have switched […]