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Process & Waste Water Filtration

Filtertech has a wealth of experience with Water Treatment and Filtration systems and equipment. Our experience includes Process and Waste Water Filtration for a diverse range of industries, municipalities and applications. Filtertech has solutions for all water treatment and filtration situations. If you don't see the Water Treatment & Filtration application that you are looking for, please contact us.

Most process water applications result in dirty water with colloidal submicronic solids that can only be removed by clay chemistry. For the filtering of process water, Filtertech has developed a proprietary dry clay separation chemistry and automatic process water filtration system that creates a floc from the the sub-micronic particles in the water so this material can be removed by a rolled media filter. Once the floc is filtered, the clean water can be recycled and the dry floc solids are discharged to a container for disposal.

Waste Water Filtration

Large PWF Systems from 10 GPM (38 LPM) to 50 GPM (190 LPM) See Bulletin FT327E.

Model MPF Gravity Filter

Mini PWF Systems from 1 GPM (3.8 LPM) to 10 GPM (38 LPM) See Bulletin FT325D.

Micro PWF Systems for up to 2 GPM (8 LPM) See Bulletin FT305C.

Process water feasibility testing is performed to determine system size and the correct dry clay chemistry to use. Operating costs including dry clay separation chemistry, electrical, and filter media have averaged on some applications less than .1 cents/gallon of process water treated.

Filtertech can design equipment to be integrated into and improve existing waste water filtration systems as well.

See a Sample Lab Report.

See Process Water Filtration Pilot Program