Wash Water Treatment

August 17, 2020
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Robustly designed for range of industrial applications from oilfield pipe washing to large equipment washing to large hand tools, our Solids Settling Systems with Geo Bags are designed to help control costs associated with solids removal from wash bay sumps.

They can be constructed in a range of sizes, configurations and materials, depending on your application. Main components include a multi-compartment sump, an air driven solids handling pump, a control system, geo de-watering bags, and optional holders.

Benefits

  • Built to any size and configuration
  • Heavy-duty construction
  • Range of porosities available
  • Cost effective
  • Easy to install and move
  • Impervious to non-petroleum

System Components

Geo Bags – Placed in the sump or securely fastened to the end of a discharge pipe or hose, the bag slows down the flow of the incoming water, allowing the suspended solids to remain in the bag. Over time, the bag releases the water. Once the sediment-laden bag is de-watered, it can be picked up by a front-end loader and easily disposed of according to local enforcement agency regulations.  The fabric is comprised of a heavy non-woven fabric and double chain stitched for extra security.  Non-woven geo-textiles are approved by many local, state and federal agencies, including the Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Environmental Protection Agency and AASHTO.


Pump & Control System – We use heavy-duty, solids handling, air driven pumps that can be fully or partially submerged. These pumps handle debris ranging from stringy to abrasive up to 2” diameter including slurries. The pump and control systems come with a variety of valves, seats, and control panel options that will be engineered to your particular application.

Sump System – The sump is an integral part of the solids handling and separation system. They can be built in stainless steel, aluminum or concrete, with multiple compartments, weirs or screens. Sump sizes are engineered for the washing application and water treatment system.  Depending on the application and location, they can be placed above ground or buried.

 


June 30, 2020
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Designed to remove extensive contamination, our heavy-duty, multi-stage, discharge treatment systems treat wash water so it can be safely discharged to the sewer or, in many cases, the surroundings.

Stage 1 – Solids Settling 

Multi-Media Sewer Discharge Water Treatment

Almost all commercial washing operations produce some solids so the first stage of our filtration process is the solids handling system. We help you develop site-specific solutions to eliminate as many solids as possible before running the water through to the next stage of filtration. Solutions include custom-designed sumps, basins, trenches or screening systems.

Stage 2 – Oils & Solids Separation 

After the coarse solids settling, the water is processed through either a multi-compartment stainless steel oil water separator or a stainless steel clarifier oil-water separator, which separates out smaller suspended solids, oil and water. In the first compartment of the clarifier oil water separator, free oils float to the surface.  In the second section, the stainless steel clarifying plates remove coarse amounts of oil from the waste stream and remove as much Total Suspended Solids (TSS) as possible.  The angles of the non-clogging plates are 55° which will allow any solids to slide down the plates into the solids hopper, where they can easily be pumped out.   Finally, the coalescing media removes essentially 100% of all free and dispersed non-emulsified oils so the FOG effluent concentration can be as low as 5 ppm.

Stage 3 – Water Filtration & Polishing

After the clarifier oil-water separator, the water is pumped though a multi-media (sand, gravel, anthracite) filter and then safely discharged to the sewer or surroundings. Processed water passing through the system will be free of substantially all emulsified oils, waxes and other volatile organic compounds with only limited soaps and detergents remaining in the treated water. If needed, a blended activated carbon or a carbon/clay mixture tailored to a particular waste stream can be added as an optional polishing filter.

System Features

  • Non-Ferrous Construction – Stainless Steel, PVC
  • Fully-Automatic, pre-wired
  • Clarifier Separator System
    • Stainless Steel Clarifier Oil/Water Separator with 55° Hopper
    • Advanced European coalescing media designed to remove oil droplets greater than 20 microns
    • Electric or Air Diaphragm pump with controller
  • Discharge Filtration System
    • Automated Self-Cleaning Multi-Media and/or Clay/Carbon Fiberglass Filter Tank
    • Heavy-duty, high efficiency Pump
    • Sensors and interconnecting Schedule 80 plumbing
    • NEMA-4X  control panel
    • PLC controller for automatic back wash operations
    • All components mounted on heavy-duty stainless steel skid

Depending on the location, many options are available to maximize the efficiency of the wastewater treatment system including:

Optional Features

  • Can be configured with existing equipment
  • SCADA and remote monitoring UL/CSA Listing
  • Transportable equipment rooms
  • Rain Diverter Systems
  • Chemical/Acid/Salinity Resistant Pumps & Components
  • pH control system

TYPICAL MM-SERIES SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL

MM-10/10

MM-35/20

MM-65/50

MM-100*

DESIGN FLOW RATE, GPM

1-10

1-25

10-55

30-100

COALESCING PLATE AREA, SF

41

124

211

400

COALESCING MEDIA, CF

4

8

24

48

CLARIFIER SEPARATOR SIZE, FT (WxLxH)

3 x 7 x 5

3.5 x 8 x 6

4 x 10 x 6

5 x 11 x 7

NON-EMUSIFYING INFLUENT PUMP, GPM MAX

20

50

75

125

MULTI-MEDIA, LBS

300-500

500-1000

2500-2600

3700-4200

OPTIONAL POLISHING CLAY/CARBON, CF

4-15

10-40

20-40

40

FILTER PUMP, HP

1.5

2

3

5

DIRTY WATER STORAGE VOLUME, GAL

500-750

500-1000

750-1000

1000-1500

CONTROL SYSTEM

PLC, Automatic, Manual or Off

PUMP FRAME SIZE, FT (WxLxH)
(TANKS ADDITIONAL)

3 x 6 x 6.5

3 x 8 x 8

POWER REQUIREMENTS

208 / 240 V 1 ph   or  208 / 240 / 480 V 3 ph

 

* LARGER CAPACITY SYSTEMS (200-1500 GPM) ARE AVAILABLE

 

APPLICATIONS:

 


June 26, 2020
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Robustly designed and manufactured for commercial and industrial washing applications, our heavy-duty, multi-stage, closed loop treatment systems treats the wash water so it can be used continuously without any discharge to the sewer or surroundings.

Stage 1 – Solids Settling

Wash Water Treatment System For Commercial Trucking Industry
Many companies choose to haul this water away, but a more efficient way of removing this cost is by recycling and reusing the water.

Many commercial washing operations produce a generous amount of solids so the first stage of our filtration process is the solids handling system. We help you develop site-specific solutions to eliminate as many solids as possible before running the water through to the next stage of filtration. Solutions include custom-designed sumps, basins, trenches or screening systems.

Stage 2 – Oils & Solids Separation 

Truck Wash Water Treatment System
Our Commercial Truck Wash Systems are heavy-duty, multi-stage reclaim and discharge systems, engineered and manufactured for the trucking and transportation industries.

After the coarse solids settling, the water is processed through a multi-compartment stainless steel clarifier oil-water separator, which separates out smaller suspended solids, oil and water. In the first compartment, free oils float to the surface.  In the second section, the stainless steel clarifying plates remove coarse amounts of oil and as much Total Suspended Solids (TSS) as possible.  The angles of the non-clogging plates are 55° which allows solids to slide down the plates into the solids hopper, where they can easily be pumped out.   Next, the water goes through our coalescing media which removes essentially 100% of all free and dispersed non-emulsified oils so the FOG effluent concentration can be as low as 5 ppm.

Stage 3 – Water Filtration, Odor Reduction & Polishing

After the clarifier oil-water separator, the water is pumped though several filtration steps including multi-media (sand, gravel, anthracite), blended activated carbon, polishing filter, and corona discharge ozone. These filters reduce odors and any contaminants to fewer than 10 microns in size, including emulsified oils, waxes, and other volatile organic compounds. The amount of media, carbon, ozone and water storage volume are typically customized to meet your particular application.

Closed Loop System Features

  • Non-Ferrous Construction – Stainless Steel, PVC, Fiberglass
  • Fully-Automatic, pre-wired
  • Multi-Stage / Multi-Pass Filtration
  • Clarifier Separator System
    • Stainless Steel Clarifier Oil/Water Separator with 55° Hopper
    • Advanced European coalescing media designed to remove oil droplets greater than 20 microns
    • Electric or Air Diaphragm pump with controller
  • Closed Loop Filtration System
    • Automated Self-Cleaning Multi-Media and Carbon Fiberglass Filter Tanks
    • Heavy-duty, high efficiency Re-Circulation Pumps
    • Heavy-duty high efficiency Re-Pressurization Pumps
    • Transfer pump to pump water from clarifier separator to system
    • Heavy-duty Ozone System to control odors (up to 32 gms per hour)
    • (2) Poly water storage tanks – UV Protected
    • Sensors and interconnecting Schedule 80 plumbing
    • NEMA-4X  control panel
    • PLC controller for automatic back wash operations
    • All components mounted on heavy-duty stainless steel skid

Depending on the location, many options are available to maximize the efficiency of the wastewater treatment system including:

Optional Features

  • Can be configured with existing equipment
  • SCADA and remote monitoring UL/CSA Listing
  • Transportable equipment rooms
  • Rain Diverter Systems
  • Chemical/Acid/Salinity Resistant Pumps & Components
  • pH control system

TYPICAL CLOSED LOOP SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL CT-10/10 CT-35/20 CT-65/50 CT-100*
DESIGN FLOW RATE, GPM 1-10 1-25 10-55 30-100
COALESCING PLATE AREA, SF 41 124 211 400
COALESCING MEDIA, CF 4 8 24 48
CLARIFIER SEPARATOR SIZE, FT (WxLxH) 3 x 7 x 5 3.5 x 8 x 6 4 x 10 x 6 5 x 11 x 7
NON-EMUSIFYING INFLUENT PUMP, GPM MAX 20 50 75 125
MULTI-MEDIA, LBS 300-500 500-1000 2500-2600 3700-4200
ACTIVATED CARBON, CF 4-15 10-40 20-40 40
POLISHING FILTER, SET 1 1 1 1
RECLAIM RE-CIRCULATION PUMP, HP 1.5 1.5 3 5
RECLAIM RE-PRESSURIZATION PUMP, HP 1 3 5 7.5
DIRTY WATER STORAGE VOLUME, GAL 500-750 500-1000 750-1500 1000-2500
CLEAN WATER STORAGE VOLUME, GAL 500-750 500-1000 750-1500 1000-2500
OZONE SYSTEM, GRAMS/HR 8-16 8-32 16-32 32
RECLAIM CONTROL SYSTEM PLC, Automatic, Manual or Off
RECLAIM PUMP FRAME SIZE, FT (WxLxH)
(TANKS ADDITIONAL)
4 x 6 x 6.5 4 x 8 x 8
POWER REQUIREMENTS 208 / 240 V 1 ph   or  208 / 240 / 480 V 3 ph

* LARGER CAPACITY SYSTEMS (200-1500 GPM) ARE AVAILABLE

APPLICATIONS:


April 9, 2019
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Problem: A car dealer moving into a new facility with a limited time lease. The property owner did not want them to cut concrete or substantially alter the property but the dealer needed to be able to wash dozens of cars per week onsite, contain the water and discharge it properly to the sewer.

Solution:  For a complete wash system, we recommended installing a SPT-10 Clarifier Oil Water Separator System, a cold water pressure washer with a portable hose reel, and a portable wash containment pad. This allows them to wash as many cars as possible without any major modifications to the property.  They will also be able to move the entire system to a new facility at the end of their lease. With their input, we helped them layout the system to maximize their space.

After installation of the pad, however, they noticed the concrete floor slope much slighter than originally thought and that the wash water was not moving off the pad well.  This flat slope left his staff working in standing water and the SPT-10 not being able to process the wash water properly.

To improve this drainage issue, our staff developed a low cost under layer for the wash pad which created a slight slope for the water.  We then installed this under layer and re-piped the in-take piping for the SPT-10 so the wash water flows freely.  The general manager of the facility is very pleased with our systems and service.


April 9, 2018
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MM Series Water Filtration System
MM Series Water Filtration System

The MM-Series Water Treatment System is a complete self-contained, extremely efficient filtration system consisting of a fully automated multi-media filter and carbon polishing filter.

Processed water is initially filtered to contain no particles greater than 40 microns in size. It is then filtered further so that it is free of substantially all emulsified oils, waxes and other volatile organic compounds. Limited soaps and detergents may remain in the treated water. Processed water shall be acceptable to discharge to the sewer.   The carbon or carbon clay mixture can be tailored to meet specific local effluent requirements and adjusted based on the testing results.

The filters are programmed to automatically backwash back to the wash bay using domestic water. It is designed to be simple to operate but very effective in its ability to meet today’s environmental requirements.

STANDARD FEATURES:

  •  Automated Self-Cleaning Multi-Media Deep Bed Filter
  •  Carbon polishing filter
  •  Tailored media to meet compliance standards
  •  High Efficiency Self-priming Filter Pump
  •  Automatic or Manual Control System
  •  PLC controller for back wash operations and valve actuation
  •   Stainless Steel frame
  •   Skid-mounted for easy portability
  •  All controls, and level switches
  •  Low operating and maintenance costs

OPTIONAL FEATURES:

  • Pre-filtration for heavy solids removal
  • Ozone system for odor control
  • PLC control with remote monitoring capability
  • Oil content monitor and alarm
  • pH control system
  • U.L. Listing
  • Can be installed in portable equipment room or trailer

MM-SERIES SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL: MM-5 MM-10 MM-35 MM-65 MM-100
FLOW RATE 5 gpm 10 gpm 35 gpm 65 gpm 100 gpm
FILTER PUMP 3/4 hp 1 hp 2 hp 3 hp 5 hp
 INLET 2” 2” 2” 2” 2”
 OUTLET 1” 1” 2” 2” 2”
WEIGHT  (lbs.) 450 500 600 700 800
 CONTROL SYSTEM Automatic or Manual Control
 FILTRATION Multi-Media Deep Bed Filter
 WATER POLISHING Carbon Deep Bed Filter
UTILITIES 3 phase 240/480/575 V 60 Hz or single phase 230V

July 31, 2014
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Water Treatment Solutions for Trains and Locomotives
Water Treatment Solutions for Trains and Locomotives

Rail is by far one of the most efficient means of transportation. It is estimated that one train can move a ton of freight almost 500 miles on a single gallon of fuel.  Today, Rail Companies are aggressively embracing environmental initiatives by investing in new technologies that further reduce their carbon footprint, energy use, and water consumption.

We can help rail companies keep the trains clean and in good working order AND help them reach their environmental goals.  Engineered and manufactured for the locomotive industry, our Rail & Locomotive (RL Series) Systems are heavy-duty, multi-stage wash water reclaim systems which can be combined with our single or multi-stage wash and rinse arches for a complete wash system that uses a fraction of the water of other wash systems on the market.

In the first stage our RL Systems, the water is processed through a stainless steel clarifier oil water separator which removes most suspended solids (TSS), essentially all settleable solids and all free and dispersed non-emulsified oils from the waste stream.

After the clarifier separator, the water is further processed for re-use by going through an extremely efficient filtration process utilizing fully automated solids filtration and a proprietary blended activated carbon (GAC) polishing filtration. Processed water passing through the system will be free of particles greater than 10 microns in size, substantially all emulsified oils, waxes and other volatile organic compounds.

RT Series Treatment Solutions
RL Series Multi-Stage/Multi-Pass Filtration

RL SERIES STANDARD FEATURES:

  1. High-Efficiency Pumps
  2. Corona Discharge Ozonation System
  3. Solids Handling & Separation
  4. TSS & FOG Reduction
  5. Multi-Stage / Multi-Pass Filtration
  6. Pressurized Blended Carbon Polishing Filter
  7. Auto-Backwashing Filters
  8. Stainless Steel Construction
  9. NEMA 4X Control Panel with PLC controller

Depending on the location, many options are available to maximize the efficiency of the wastewater treatment system including:

Locomotive Wash and Rinse Arches
Locomotive Wash and Rinse Arches

OPTIONAL FEATURES:

  1. Wash & Rinse Arches
  2. Remote controls & switches
  3. SCADA and remote monitoring
  4. UL/CSA Listing
  5. Transportable equipment rooms
  6. Rain Diverter Systems
  7. Chemical/Acid/Salinity Resistant Pumps & Components
  8. ORP / pH control system

RL SERIES SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL RL-10/10 RL-30/20 RL-60/50 RL-100 RL-200*
FLOW RATE, GPM 1-10 1-30 10-60 30-100 60-200
COALESCING PLATE AREA, SF 41 124 211 400 600
COALESCING MEDIA, CF 4 8 24 48 96
APPROX. CLARIFIER SEPARATOR SIZE, FT (WxLxH) 3 x 7 x 5 3.5 x 8 x 6 4 x 10 x 6 5 x 11 x 7 7 x 13 x 9
RECLAIM RE-CIRCULATION PUMP, HP 1.5 3 3 5 5
RECLAIM RE-PRESSURIZATION PUMP, HP 1 3 5 7.5 10
OZONE SYSTEM Up to 32 grams of ozone per hour
RECLAIM CONTROL SYSTEM PLC, Automatic, Manual or Off
RECLAIM PUMP FRAME SIZE, FT (WxL)
(TANKS ADDITIONAL)
3 X 6 3 x 8
POWER REQUIREMENTS 208 / 240 V 1 ph   or  208 / 240 / 480 V 3 ph
* LARGER CAPACITY SYSTEMS (500-1500 GPM) ARE AVAILABLE

July 28, 2014
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Water Treatment Solutions for Fork Lift Cleaning

Industrial forklifts are used in a variety of places including construction sites, shipyards, mines and drilling sites.  They are invaluable in that they can unload pallets of materials, steel girders and pipes and other products from the delivery trucks and carry them to parts of the work sites that are not accessible to other vehicles.  Larger, heavy-duty forklifts can also transport large containers from delivery trucks to dockside storage areas, and then to the ships. Due to the working conditions and locations, forklifts will often get extremely dirty. After washing, the wash water generated will be full of grease and oil.

Fork Lift Water Treatment System
Our Fork Lift (FL Series) Water Treatment Systems are heavy-duty, multi-stage reclaim and discharge systems.

Our Fork Lift (FL Series) Water Treatment Systems are heavy-duty, multi-stage reclaim and discharge systems.  Depending on the usage, a certain amount of solids will be generated by the washing process. To handle the solids, our engineers will develop a site-specific solids removal system which could include sumps, trenches, screens, debris baskets and skimmers.

After many of the solids are removed in the first stage, the water will then be processed through a stainless steel clarifier oil water separator which removes most suspended solids (TSS), essentially all settleable solids and all free and dispersed non-emulsified oils from the waste stream.

After the clarifier separator, the water can either be discharged or further processed for re-use.  If the water needs to be re-used, the water then goes through an extremely efficient filtration process utilizing fully automated solids filtration and a proprietary blended activated carbon (GAC) polishing filtration, and a corona discharge ozone generator to prevent odors. Processed water passing through the system will be free of particles greater than 10 microns in size, substantially all emulsified oils, waxes and other volatile organic compounds.

FL SERIES STANDARD FEATURES:

  1. Stainless Steel Construction
  2. High-Efficiency Pumps
  3. Corona Discharge Ozonation System
  4. Solids Handling & Separation
  5. TSS & FOG Reduction
  6. Multi-Stage / Multi-Pass Filtration
  7. Pressurized Blended Carbon Polishing Filter
  8. Auto-Backwashing Filters
  9. NEMA 4X Control Panel with PLC controller

Depending on the location, many options are available to maximize the efficiency of the wastewater treatment system including:

OPTIONAL FEATURES:

  1. Can be configured with existing equipment
  2. SCADA and remote monitoring
  3. UL/CSA Listing
  4. Transportable equipment rooms
  5. Rain Diverter Systems – if wash pads are uncovered
  6. Rain Water Harvesting Systems
  7. Chemical/Acid/Salinity Resistant Pumps & Components
  8. ORP / pH control system

FL SERIES SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL FL-10/10 FL-30/20 FL-60/50 FL-100*
FLOW RATE, GPM 1-10 1-30 10-60 30-100
COALESCING PLATE AREA, SF 41 124 211 400
COALESCING MEDIA, CF 4 8 24 48
APPROX. CLARIFIER SEPARATOR SIZE, FT (WxLxH) 3 x 7 x 5 3.5 x 8 x 6 4 x 10 x 6 5 x 11 x 7
RECLAIM RE-CIRCULATION PUMP, HP 1.5 3 3 5
RECLAIM RE-PRESSURIZATION PUMP, HP 1 3 5 7.5
OZONE SYSTEM Up to 32 grams of ozone per hour
RECLAIM CONTROL SYSTEM PLC, Automatic, Manual or Off
RECLAIM PUMP FRAME SIZE, FT (WxL)
(TANKS ADDITIONAL)
3 X 6 3 x 8
POWER REQUIREMENTS 208 / 240 V 1 ph   or  208 / 240 / 480 V 3 ph
* LARGER CAPACITY SYSTEMS ARE AVAILABLE

July 28, 2014
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4-Vessel Filter System
4-Vessel MINING & CONSTRUCTION (MC Series) TREATMENT SYSTEMS

As the demand for minerals and precious metals grows, mining companies are constantly working to keep up with demand and improve their mining methods while at the same time doing as much as they can to preserve the environment.  Most mining and heavy construction work is predominantly done by heavy equipment such as LHD loaders, backhoes, excavators and dump trucks. This equipment gets coated with solids, dirt and grime on a daily basis.

Daily washing is an important part of maintaining the equipment in good working order.  This washing, however, produces a lot of dirty water and solids. The most efficient way to reduce your water usage and hauling costs is to remove the solids and recycle the water.

Our Mining & Construction Equipment (MC Series) Systems are heavy-duty, multi-stage reclaim and discharge systems, engineered and manufactured for the mining and heavy construction industries.

Because of the enormous amount of solids generated by the washing process, the most critical first stage for these systems is the solids handling system. Depending on the wash pad design, our engineers will develop a site-specific system including sumps, trenches, screens and skimmers to remove as many solids as possible before the water goes to the subsequent filtration systems.

After many of the heavy solids are removed in the first stage, the water will then be processed through a stainless steel clarifier oil water separator which removes most suspended solids (TSS), essentially all settleable solids and all free and dispersed non-emulsified oils from the waste stream.

After the clarifier separator, the water can either be discharged or further processed for re-use.  If the water needs to be re-used, the water then goes through an extremely efficient filtration process utilizing fully automated solids filtration and a proprietary blended activated carbon (GAC) polishing filtration, and a corona discharge ozone generator to prevent odors. Processed water passing through the system will be free of particles greater than 10 microns in size, substantially all emulsified oils, waxes and other volatile organic compounds.

MC SERIES STANDARD FEATURES:

  1. Stainless Steel Construction
  2. High-Efficiency Pumps
  3. Corona Discharge Ozonation System
  4. Solids Handling & Separation
  5. TSS & FOG Reduction
  6. Multi-Stage / Multi-Pass Filtration
  7. Pressurized Blended Carbon Polishing Filter
  8. Auto-Backwashing Filters
  9. NEMA 4X Control Panel with PLC controller

Depending on the location, many options are available to maximize the efficiency of the wastewater treatment system including:

OPTIONAL FEATURES:

  1. Can be configured with existing equipment
  2. SCADA and remote monitoring
  3. UL/CSA Listing
  4. Transportable equipment rooms
  5. Rain Diverter Systems
  6. Rain Water Harvesting Systems
  7. Chemical/Acid/Salinity Resistant Pumps & Components
  8. ORP / pH control system

MC SERIES SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS

MODEL MC-10/10 MC-30/20 MC-60/50 MC-100 MC-200*
FLOW RATE, GPM 1-10 1-30 10-60 30-100 60-200
COALESCING PLATE AREA, SF 41 124 211 400 600
COALESCING MEDIA, CF 4 8 24 48 96
APPROX. CLARIFIER SEPARATOR SIZE, FT (WxLxH) 3 x 7 x 5 3.5 x 8 x 6 4 x 10 x 6 5 x 11 x 7 7 x 13 x 9
RECLAIM RE-CIRCULATION PUMP, HP 1.5 3 3 5 5
RECLAIM RE-PRESSURIZATION PUMP, HP 1 3 5 7.5 10
OZONE SYSTEM Up to 32 grams of ozone per hour
RECLAIM CONTROL SYSTEM PLC, Automatic, Manual or Off
RECLAIM PUMP FRAME SIZE, FT (WxL)
(TANKS ADDITIONAL)
3 X 6 3 x 8
POWER REQUIREMENTS 208 / 240 V 1 ph   or  208 / 240 / 480 V 3 ph
* LARGER CAPACITY SYSTEMS (500-1500 GPM) ARE AVAILABLE

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