Biarritz, France/Steinen, Germany -- Surfaces used in the air and space travel industries are exposed to extreme conditions and therefore need to be very reliable and high in quality. VACUDEST vacuum distillation systems were made with this in mind – they produce extremely high-quality treated rinsing water. These systems treat used rinsing water from air and space travel production so effectively that it can even be recycled in cleaning processes. H2O GmbH will demonstrate how these premium systems remain economically viable at the international conference for air and space travel surface technology in Biarritz. The conference will be held in Casino Bellevue from 24 to 26 May.
VACUDEST systems can be used to treat substances such as wastewater from part cleaning, rinsing water from surface technology processes and crack testing water. H2O has created patented technology to create high-quality treated process water: the Clearcat condensation unit. This unit is integrated into the VACUDEST vacuum distillation system and creates a crystal clear distillate that is virtually free from oils. This distillate is ideally suited for use as fresh rinsing water and ensures excellent results in surface technology processes.
The system is high in quality, fully automated, clean, safe and economically viable. As a result, in most cases the VACUDEST pays for itself in under two years, thanks to the resulting savings on operational and disposal costs.
You can find more information at the H2O GmbH booth or online at www.h2o-de.com.
About H2O - The experts for zero liquid discharge of H2O are worldwide technology leaders in the field of efficient and reliable evaporators for the treatment and recycling of industrial wastewater. Thanks to modular technology, the systems are tailored individually to the customer needs.
With 30 years of experience in the industrial wastewater treatment H2O GmbH develops innovative products that set new technological standards. Since the spin-off of the Mannesmann Demag Group in 1999, sales grew by an average of 15 percent to 16 million euros in 2014. H2O employs more than 100 people worldwide, including 80 at its headquarters in Steinen, Germany.