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Solvent distillation equipment and wastewater evaporators

distillation machines solvent distillation equipment Distillation equipment  is used to close loop your waste streams for inks, solvent, paints, or most any wash solution.  Distillation equipment and distillation systems are available for manual operation and for automatic operation.  With solvent distillation equipment, your solvent waste stream is reduced.  Most solvent distillation equipment can distill to 98% of the waste since there will be a slight residual content of solvent in the still bottoms.  Solvent separation is also available.
wastewater evaporator waste water evaporators Wastewater Evaporators can be used to minimize waste streams from electroplating and other process. Economical to operate, these wastewater evaporators can reduce the waste water by evaporation of the water content and increasing the concentration of remaining chemicals in the wastewater. The clean water discharge from the wastewater evaporator is returned to you and can be reused to close loop the process.  And, the remaining chemicals can be reused in your process as well as the distilled water discharged from the evaporator.
sray paint gun wash out equipment and gun washers Wash out equipment for the painting industry is also available.  The units can be automatic or manual, and include the distillation of the solvents used for the washing process. You can simply set the washing units into operation and retrieve your cleaned equipment, knowing that you will not have to dispose of the solvents your use.  You can have just a gun washer or a gun washer combined with distillation and solvent reclamation for recycling of the paint waste. 

solvent distillation equipment, wastewater evaporators

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