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8/8/2011

Gas-Fired Evaporator Reduces Liquid Waste

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PKG Equipment’s gas-fired evaporator converts the water portion of liquid waste to vapor and segregates solids and oils, reducing the volume of effluent by as much as 98 percent, the company says.

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PKG Equipment’s gas-fired evaporator converts the water portion of liquid waste to vapor and segregates solids and oils, reducing the volume of effluent by as much as 98 percent, the company says.

The evaporator has a flame-monitoring system that will shut down the burner in the event there is low or high gas pressure, loss of combustion air, flame failure or flame relay internal error. The evaporator uses an FM-approved gas train with dual safety valves.

An auto-fill system that enables continuous evaporation of water also is available. It includes a self-priming centrifugal pump mounted on the evaporator, level control, low level cut-off for the holding tank and fill piping from the pump to the evaporator. 

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