Steinen/Germany -- More and more surface technology companies are challenging themselves to make their processes both cost-effective and high in quality. Proper, efficient rinsing water processing allows them to do just that. H2O GmbH will explain exactly how this works at the Oberflächentagen (‘Surface Days’) held by the Zentralverband Oberflächentechnik (ZVO; Central Association of Surface Technology) at the Congress Centre in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany, from 21 to 23 September 2016.
H2O’s VACUDEST vacuum distillation systems use patented technologies to produce crystal clear, reusable distillate. This distillate also meets the highest standards of quality, making it ideal for reuse in component cleaning processes.
Thomas Dotterweich, who has been working at H2O GmbH as an expert in zero liquid discharge production for over ten years, will give a talk about ‘High quality component cleaning through efficient used rinsing water processing’ at the forum on component cleaning (Thursday, 22 September, 1 pm, Saal Wetterstein+Waxenstein). He will explain the technical setup behind vacuum distillation and demonstrate how recycling improves rinsing water quality and allows users to save money by consuming fewer resources.
Further information on the topic of zero liquid discharge production will be available at H2O’s booth (number 38) at the event in front of the Saal Werdenfels hall. Information is also available on the company homepage at: www.h2o-de.com.
About H2O GmbH – The experts for zero liquid discharge from the H2O GmbH are worldwide technological leaders in the field of efficient and reliable vacuum distillation systems for the processing and recirculation of industrial wastewater. Thanks to a modular composed technology, each system is tailored individually according to the customer’s needs. 30 years of experience lead to exceptional products, which set technological standards.
Since the spin-off of the Mannesmann Demag Group in 1999 the owner managed H2O could win a growing number of loyal customers who appreciate the scope of services of the H2O. The turnover increased since the foundation on an average of 15 percent up to 17,9 million Euro in the year 2015. The H2O employs today more than 100 colleagues worldwide, thereof 80 at the head office in Baden Steinen.