Keying Enterprise

In 2017, KEYING Enterprise officially became the exclusive representative of the Adsorbent Agent industrial waste acid treatment method in US and started to help the companies in Southern California solve their waste acid problem. Meanwhile, we also officially became a representative of Kimkey Co. who had researched and developed the first full set of integrated control industrial waste tire pyrolysis equipment and had passed the technical appraisal of the Ministry of Industry in 2012. On this basis, after three years, the Company developed the first domestic garbage pyrolysis, processing complete sets of equipment; Moreover, the Company is continuous, deepening in the field of pyrolysis, the Company’s pyrolysis technology and process has accumulated a lot of experience, and since 2015 ,the pyrolysis technology is extending to straw, oil sludge, sludge treatment, disposal field, and so-forth.

Company details

630 W. Duarte Rd. Ste 202 , Arcadia , 91007 California, USA

Locations Served

Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Chemical Water Treatment
Market Focus:
Nationally (across the country)

In 2014, two very talented engineers, Stanley and Howard, tried to help a friend who owns a plating company solve the problem of waste acid with very high concentrtion Cr6+ up to 25000 ppm. After two years of research, they successfully invented a very efficient and cost effective waste acid treatment method, Adsorbent Agent with the following breakthroughs:

  • Reusable water after treatment (pH 6-9, COD <100)
  • Reusable oxidized metal sludge (purity > 90%)
  • Compatibility with the existing processes without investing new equipment.
  • Simpler processes at reduced cost.
  • Reducing the cost of waste acid treatment by 25 – 35%
  • Effective and speedy treatment of high concentration waste acid with high impurities.

We are excited to promote these 2 innovative technologies to help private companies or government organizations ease the aggravating environmental problems such as industrial waste acid, scrap tire, industrial sludge and biomass.