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MWS Equipment launch Hydropure thickener range

MWS Equipment

Washing solutions specialist offers smarter water management with new range of thickeners

WASHING solutions specialists MWS Equipment have launched the latest addition to their product portfolio – the Hydropure thickener range, which, when used in conjunction with a filter press or similar, is designed to maximize process water recovery whilst minimizing both freshwater consumption and the use of settling ponds, and their associated costs.

The primary goal of the Hydropure thickener is to recycle as much process water as possible at the point of use, ready for feeding back to the wash plant. The MWS Equipment range of thickeners, which are available in 6m, 8m, 10m and 12m diameters, are designed to handle 180 to 650 cubic metres of slurry per hour and process up to 40 tonnes/h of solids.

The system can be controlled from a dedicated standalone PLC system or combined into the controls of the MWS Equipment wash plant, giving customers the flexibility to choose the best filtration technology for their production environment, as well as being able to integrate the Hydropure system into their existing equipment.

Ben Frettsome, product line director at MWS Equipment, said: ‘In line with our core values of commitment, innovation and sustainability, we are diversifying our product range to supply our customers with a full-product solution. The water-management range showcases the very best of MWS engineering and, with almost infinite permutations across the wet processing sectors, enables us to deliver truly smarter water-management solutions.’

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