7/25/2016

Recycling System Offers Advanced Controls

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The WasteWizard system is a highly automated, low-maintenance point-of-use solution designed for the factory floor, featuring a process to filter and collect the soluble waste contaminates while purifying valuable components that can be reused.

Ransohoff, a division of Cleaning Technologies Group LLC, offers the next generation of its WasteWizard solution recycling system, which now features advanced Siemens controls with programmable digital color display screen and expandable modules to meet a range of recycling applications.

The WasteWizard system is a highly automated, low-maintenance point-of-use solution designed for the factory floor, featuring a process to filter and collect the soluble waste contaminates while purifying valuable components that can be reused. It’s especially useful for recycling aqueous cleaner baths, mass finishing compounds, mop water, and other water-based industrial fluids. 

Some other unique features and benefits of the Waste Wizard include: closed-loop on solution-based processes; continuous solution recycling; energy cost savings; and reduced solution treatment fees.

The WasteWizard system is available with a standard 55-gallon (200 L) drum or optional 100-gallon (380-L) tank for convenient waste disposal of the concentrated oil and solids collected by the system.

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