EC at Ritchie Bros. Heavy Equipment Auctioneers case study

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Courtesy of Simpson Environmental Corporation

Customer Profile
Ritchie Bros. are located in Olympia, WA, and clean wash water from pressure washing mud and oil & grease from heavy earth moving equipment

Application

Cleaning wash water from pressure washing mud and oil & grease from heavy earth n moving equipment

How Electrocoagulation Works

As wastewater contaminants (i.e. suspended solids, emulsified oil & grease and heavy metals) pass by the ElectroPulse plates, which are energized by a DC electrical current, they accept a positive and negative charge causing the tiny particles to bond together like miniature magnets. Contaminants are then automatically removed from the clear phase of water without the use of filters or separation chemicals and transferred to a sludge accumulation tank or back to the sloped pit for easy management.

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