Wastewater Disposal Automation

Invest in a system that is self sufficient and completely automated with no extra work or maintenance costs.

An automated system pumps wastewater from a holding tank into an evaporator using a compressed air feed and pump.   The pump is controlled by a level probe in the evaporator tank. The probe controls a solenoid valve, which regulates the flow of wastewater into the evaporator based on evaporation rates.

This regulates a constant feeding of wastewater into the unit as clear vapor evaporates through a pipe and into the atmosphere. The control panel on the evaporator controls the auto-feeding from the holding tank and shuts down when empty.

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As the evaporator removes water from the waste, chemistries are concentrated in the evaporator tank until a temperature rise is detected.  This indicates a diminishing rate of return based on the energy required to boil the waste and the amount of water that can be evaporated.

This temperature rise is the stopping point or the maximum concentration of the waste being processed and a light on the evaporator control panel alerts the unit needs to be drained and restarted.

A second diaphragm pump drains the concentrated waste from the bottom of evaporator tank. The stainless steel pump is connected to shop air pressure and can be manually operated with a ball valve plumbed in line with air feed. The concentrated chemistries are storable in drums for haul away disposal. 

The process can eliminate as much as 95%-99% of your total wastewater disposal requirements. 

For more information on product specifications or the surface combustion technology that makes our evaporators unique, contact one of our sales engineers today.

Specializing in evaporation and wastewater evaporators
for all water disposal requirements

2006 Wastewater Evaporators

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