Wastewater Treatment System Filters as Much as 97 Percent of Solution for Reuse

George Koch Sons LLC offers its Rejuvenator, a standalone wastewater treatment system that can link to new or existing processing lines to optimize cleaning chemical costs, reduce waste disposal expenditure and enhance production quality.

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George Koch Sons LLC offers its Rejuvenator, a standalone wastewater treatment system that can link to new or existing processing lines to optimize cleaning chemical costs, reduce waste disposal expenditure and enhance production quality. According to the company, the system removes over 99 percent of oil and dirt during the cleaning stage and returns as much as 97 percent of the solution back to the system for reuse. It captures both floating and emulsified oils while reducing chemical costs by minimizing the need for chemical dosing.

Mounted with skids, the system is placed alongside and connected to the cleaner process tank. It uses a ceramic membrane and efficient ultra-filtration technology to remove waste materials from the wash water before returning it to the process. Because it maintains a high wash solution quality, the system optimizes overall production efficiency and effectiveness. Since the Rejuvenator continuously cleans the cleaner bath, the cleaning process is much more consistent, parts emerge cleaner and tank dumps are greatly reduced, the company says.