clean water through to a
clean compartment. A
the fluids to sewer or
An Automated conveyor
advances the filter media
and sludge as needed. This
usually requires only 5 feet
of filter media and sludge
for disposal. The sludge
dries to a cake, without
need of a filter press. The
process is now complete.
The water will pass local
discharge limits, and the
sludge will pass TCLP
Waste Water Treatment Systems
200SA Brochure TT-125 Brochure PBF-30 Brochure
Sophisticated, yet user-friendly technology.
Guaranteed to meet local sewer discharge limits.
Excellent choice for recycling.
Clear advantages over ultra filtration and evaporation.
No hazardous by-products.
Compact: typical dimensions are only 80" x 70"
Batch Sizes of 65, 200, 350, 500, 750, 1000 gallons.
Cycle takes 30 minutes and requires only 10 minutes of EASY attendance.
Very low maintenance.
Handles almost any aqueous based fluid, including:
vibratory equipment and parts washing
metal working fluids, etc.
How the system works...
The RT Unit is Filled with effluent. The turbine mixer is
started and DH Reactant is added. After 5 minutes of
mixing a large floc will form. The mix of the floc will
sink to the bottom of the tank, usually in a couple of
Once draining and filtering begins. Cleaned
water from the upper area of the tank is
drained first, followed by the floc (sludge).
Filter media captures the solids, allowing the
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Giant Model: PBF-30 Paper bed filtration system.
A thirty gallon capacity system for filtering and recycling the
outflow from a mass finishing system. As the fluids drain from the
vibratory unit, they pass across a filter bed. The water drains
through and the solids carry out with the filter paper. The paper
is advanced automatically, and it falls into a collection bin. The
filtered water is recycled back into the mass finishing unit. The
paper only advances as needed, so there is no waste.