Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) June 12, 2012
Parkson Corporation has introduced an even larger version of its popular Aqua WashPress®, which integrates with Parkson screen systems to handle some of the biggest jobs in wastewater and industrial water treatment.
“This new Aqua WashPress® is a heavy-duty system that we designed to satisfy the demands of special, large-scale applications,” said Dave Mitchell, Commercial Director of Parkson’s headworks systems. “We see a trend toward plant designs that incorporate sluiced flows with high water volumes, and this product can manage the load.”
In these designs, water-driven sluices carry the screenings to a WashPress, replacing conveyor systems thus creating a simpler system with fewer moving parts. The end result can be a more cost-effective design with minimal maintenance needs.
“Parkson has been building screens for more than four decades, and we know that it’s crucial to have all these systems work together in unison for the headworks to operate successfully,” said Mitchell.
In all sizes, the Aqua WashPress® is a low-maintenance system that ties in directly with the screen, to operate only when the screen is active, and as needed. By minimizing the size and weight of dewatered solids, the design is a cost-effective and efficient way to save money on disposal costs.
The Aqua WashPress® also incorporates a wash zone that uses water to separate organics, keeping them out of the screenings and inside the plant for additional processing.
For more information on Aqua WashPress® and Aqua Guard® Screen systems, please contact a local Parkson Sales Representative or Parkson Corporation at 1-800-553-5419.
About Parkson Corporation:
With 25,000 installations in its 50 years of existence, Parkson Corporation is a leading provider of advanced solutions in water recycling and treatment and is committed to providing clean water for the world.