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DPL30

Dual Polishing Loop

DPL30 filtration systems are designed to filter wash water for recycling back to wash applications or for sewer discharge. Systems are configured with two above ground process tanks or can use in-ground tanks.

DPL30 systems control the waste stream as it is pumped or gravity fed into the first of two polishing loops. Each loop includes a process tank, high volume pump, air injection system and media filter. Wastewater in the polishing loop circulates at a rate of about 100GPM through a media filter and back to a process tank to ensure superior solids removal. The media filter uses one of several available media types that target specific contaminates in the waste stream to maximize filtration performance.

The polishing loops can be fitted with optional equipment if odor control, foam control or pH adjustment is required. Up to 50 GPM of filtered wastewater can be reused in wash applications or discharged to sewer. The integrated PLC controls and monitors system operation and promotes optimum performance.

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