IDRAFLOT flotation units are protected by three patents. They are intended to assure a perfect mixing of the waste with saturated water and an uniform distribution of the water flow along the entire surface of the unit. IDRAFLOT`s new generation flotation units go far over the traditional flotation system. It is the result of 25 years of experience in wastewater treatment. From a technological perspective it is the most advanced liquid/solid separation plant.
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IDRAFLOT flotation units are a Veolia Italia’s product.
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Thanks to the possibility of benefiting from the Veolia Group internal Research & Development centers and to the fruitful cooperation with several universities, Veolia Italia can handle all industrial water and wastewater challenges with innovative and cutting-edge technologies.
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Understanding and quantifying the impact on water resources is essential to maintain the sustainability and future prosperity of the planet: there is no substitute for water.
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