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    Clearcat System

    Visual comparison of the distillate produced by a conventional evaporator with the distillate produced by a VACUDEST evaporator equipped with Clearcat technology shows, that the future proof Clearcat technology sets benchmarks regarding quality of the treated industrial wastewater.

    By H2O GmbH based in Steinen, GERMANY. from Innovations Product line

  • Epiphany - Model MVR - Recirculating Evaporator/Crystallizer Technology

    Epiphany's proprietary MVR Crystallizer uses a recirculating evaporator/crystallizer to achieve an efficient zero liquid discharge (ZLD) solution that is extremely compact in size.  The use of mechanical vapor re-compression reduces energy use, while the re-circulation system drastically reduces fouling/scaling on the heat exchange ...

    By Epiphany Water Systems based in Pittsburgh, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • DyVaR - Model ZLD - Solids Discharge Unit (SDU)

    The DyVaR ZLD process combines all of the features and benefits of DyVaR's standard technology and adds solids separation to its already unique features. The integrated SDU (Solids Discharge Unit) equipment is a part of the DyVaR ZLD process facilitating the separation of solid salts from the system.

    By Salttech based in Sneek, NETHERLANDS.

  • DyVaR - Vapor Recovery Units

    DyVaR is a modular system comprised of small vessels designated 'Dynamic Vapor Recovery units' or 'DyVaR Units'. These devices consist of non-metallic components that are highly modular in design. Any user desired capacity and rate of desalination is possible with DyVaR. Note that individual DyVaR units will treat 50 liters/hour (or 7.5 bbl/day), ...

    By Salttech based in Sneek, NETHERLANDS.

  • DyVaR - Reverse Osmosis System

    DyVaR is well suited to treat concentrates emanating from other desalination technologies such as reverse osmosis.

    By Salttech based in Sneek, NETHERLANDS.

  • CST - Water Reclamation System

    Have you ever heard of a water reclamation system that creates its own electricity and pays for itself in less than a decade? Don’t worry, no one has. At CST our goal is to change the way people think about wastewater treatment and electric power generation. A CST system will typically generate enough excess clean electricity (after the ...

    By Combined Solar Technologies Inc. (CST) based in CALIFORNIA (USA).

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