Every industry generates its own specific waste water which influences the process design and impacts the application and execution of equipment.
This market group focuses on treatment systems for waste water that originates from natural stone processing factories.
Convenience food industry
The type of product, battering and breading, frying, cooking, cleaning operation are largely responsible for the pollution load in the convenience food industry.
In most dairy operations CIP processes generate the majority of the waste water.
Fish processing industry
A widely diverse industry in which a multitude of processes is applied. The pollution load depends on species, fresh or salt water, farm raised or caught wild fish.
Municipal waste water
Waste water originating from small communities, hotels, hospitals, schools, military camps, recreation areas, holiday resorts and small industries must be treated biologically before it can be discharged into the environment.
Natural stone processing industry
Natural stone processing companies make use of large quantities of water, during the polishing and sawing process, where it is used as cooling water. Normally this water does not contain organic matter, but is polluted with stone sludge, colorants, suspended solids and other kinds of sludge.
The petrochemical industry focuses on waste water originating from oil processing facilities.
The pharmaceutical industry focuses on waste water originating from pharmaceutical processing facilities.
Potato processing industry
Sedimentable and dissolved pollutants are the main constituents of potato processing waste water.
Poultry processing industry
Numerous different production processes are applied to process broilers, turkeys and ducks.
Pulp and paper industry
The production of paper and cardboard causes waste water during several phases of the production process.
Reconditioned systems at stock concerns equipment which is directly available for sale and operation.
Red meat abattoirs
The pollution load per animal depends on the species, animal’s age, ambient temperature, transport & holding time.
Mineral tanning, mainly based on the application of chromium, is the most popular process for large scale tanning because it works efficiently and produces leather with good physical and chemical properties.
In the textile industry a large quantity of water is used for several processes. Waste water originating from the pre-treatment process (as bleaching, cooking, washing, etc.) contains a very large quantity of pollutions.
This market group focuses on waste water treatment systems for other industries than previously mentioned, like for example the glass industry, paint industry, latex industry, maneur industry and more