Sanborn Technologies’ UFV750TV Ultrafiltration membrane system minimizes disposal of oily wastewater from manufacturing facilities. Designed for unattended operation, the compact system requires 33 square feet of shop space and includes a 330-gallon process tank with level controls and a 50-gallon cleaning tank. A variety of standard options such as transfer pumps and free-oil removal separator are available.
According to the company, UF technology meets most local discharge standards and is suited for plant managers concerned about the control of air quality within their plants and the cost of energy to run an evaporator.
Advanced membrane materials and economical system design make the line ideal for processing oily manufacturing wastes such as used coolants, floor washings, aqueous parts washer discharges and vibratory finishing effluents, the company says.
Other system designs range from 50 to 5,000 gallons per day. All systems are available as free-standing components, or they can be used in conjunction with existing waste treatment equipment to improve the quality of discharged water.