Oil and Grease Separators

Oil and Grease Separators are devices that offer physical pretreatment to wastewater to remove oil and grease.
Application of Oil and Grease Separators in our solutions

Improving water quality before entering the treatment system

Vehicle & Equipment Wash-water Treatment Systems (VEW)

Single-pass and discharge or recycle system, designed to remove oils, fuels, suspended solids and other contaminants.
Advantages of VEW
Application of VEWs in our solutions

Wash water treatment and reuse

Automatic and Manual Screens

Screens are devices with openings of uniform size that are used to retain coarse material contained in wastewater. These devices remove coarse debris (such as rags, solids, and sticks), which may damage pumps or clog downstream pipes and channels.
Application of Automatic and Manual Screens in our solutions

Protects the plant and machinery from debris that can disrupt the process

Lamella Clarifiers

Cross-flow lamellar clarification is a technology used in industrial environments to remove oils and solids from residual water. It takes advantage of the natural tendency of oils to float, and the decantation principle for suspended solids that are denser than water.
Advantages of Lamella Clarifiers
Application of Lamella Clarifiers in our solutions

The process is mainly used for dealing with oils and grease present in residual liquids emanating from industrial activities in the petrochemical, chemical, mechanical, metallurgical and food-processing sectors


A tank or basin in which wastewater is held for a period of time, during which the heavier solids settle to the bottom and the lighter material will float to the water surface.
Application of Clarifiers in our solutions

Secondary clarifiers follow biological treatment units and are designed to remove biomass formed during biological treatment and other solids present in the influent to the biological treatment unit

Remove settleable solids from wastewater before biologically treating it for dissolved organics

Thickening of the biological sludge that accumulates in waste water

Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF)

Dissolved Air Floatation (DAF) is a technology that utilizes the process of air bubble floatation to remove suspended solids, oils and other contaminants in wastewater. The process is carried out by dissolving air into the water by the use of compressors or instrument air. The air forms tiny bubbles that attach itself to the suspended pollutants and float to the water surface, where it is mechanically removed using a skimmer.
Advantages of DAF
How It Works
Application of DAFs in our solutions

Pre-treatment for wastewater before being disposed of into the municipal sewer or before supply to a biological treatment system

Treatment of industrial effluent

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