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5/6/2011

Waste Treatment Equipment, Contract Testing Services

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Met-Chem along with sister companies, Poly Products and Auto Technology will feature its full line of waste treatment equipment and related supplies at Sur/Fin 2011.

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Met-Chem along with sister companies, Poly Products and Auto Technology will feature its full line of waste treatment equipment and related supplies at Sur/Fin 2011. Equipment will include filter presses, clarifiers, sludge dryers and both turnkey and batch waste treatment systems.

Poly Products will feature its patented atmospheric evaporator and heated tank system. The ET-III-W, free of complicated machinery and chemistry, was developed as a cost-saving means of recovering valuable process dragout.  The company says that its plating customers have doubled their benefits by using the Evaporative Tank for E.P.A. compliance.

 

Auto Technology Co. will highlight its newest expansion project, a premier contract test lab. Typical testing calls out for the standard ASTM, SAE, MIL, ISO, IEC and industry test methods, as well as difficult-to-run specialty corrosion test standards called out by manufacturers such as GM, Ford, Honda and Toyota.

 

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