Our filtration and separation solutions for electrocoat paint operations function as point-source kidney systems, producing filtrate from paint separation for coated part rinsing, optimized paint coating operations, and paint bath chemistry control, while saving paint loss and reducing wastewater treatment costs. E-Coat membrane systems operate continuously on e-coat paint baths and are essential to the overall e-coating process.
Point-Source Kidney essential to the electrocoat process for part rinsing and bath chemistry control
Reduces paint solids waste, wastewater volume, and waste treatment costs
Paint bath water is recovered and used for rinsing. Significant paint loss is avoided by the use of membrane systems associated with all ecoat baths.
Our filtration and separation solutions for parts cleaning operations function as point-source kidney systems, maintaining pristine bath cleaning solutions by continuously removing and concentrating oils and other contaminants cleaned off the parts, that build to the point where finished part quality is compromised and high temperature baths and cleaning chemicals are dumped and lost. By recovering clear, suspended solids free, and heated cleaner filtrate for recycle, bath dumps are virtually eliminated, water, heat energy, labor, and cleaning chemicals are significantly saved, and production quality, part consistency, operations, and wastewater treatment are all improved at lower costs.
point-source kidney for pristine bath cleaning solutions by separating out contaminants and recovering clean filtrate for recycle, eliminating bath dumps, saving water, heat energy, labor, and cleaning chemicals, for improved cleaning, part consistency, and reduced wastewater treatment.
Our filtration and separation solutions for electrocoat rinse operations function to produce filtrate from final DI Rinse e-coat tanks for water recovery and recycle, while recovering paint solids for recycle back to the paint bath. In addition, these systems reduce ion exchange water production and downstream wastewater treatment costs. DI Rinse Water membrane systems operate continuously on final electrocoat rinses and have become an important part of the overall e-coating process.
Our filtration and separation solutions for automotive industry wastewater treatment produce water for recovery and recycle back to the plant, or for direct discharge to drain. Depending on the technology selected, contaminants are either reduced sufficiently for discharge or significantly concentrated to substantially reduce hauling costs. Wastewaters from these industries are considered the among the toughest to treat, containing high levels of suspended solids, oil & grease, heavy metals, and COD. Our systems solve these problems by not only applying the correct membrane configuration, but by combining these specialized membranes with over 50 years of KSS system design and installation experience on these unforgiving waste streams.
Machining coolants, die cast waste, drawing lubricants, cleaner bath waste, plant and facility cleaning wastewater treatment for the separation of suspended solids, oil & grease, BOD and COD solids, and other non-dischargable contaminants.
End of pipe solution for the combined wastewater streams from various types of automotive plants. Biological treatment combined with ultrafiltration technology provides consistent, high-quality effluent.
Pretreated TSS free wastewaters can be further polished for dissolved solids removal from process water for recycle and reuse, reducing fresh water usage and end of pipe wastewater volume and associated costs.