Evaporation is the key to enhance energy efficiency and cost savings
Water volume reduction using evaporation technology can be
an economical alternative to the high costs associated with
off-site disposal of water, which can exceed $1 USD per gallon.
Evaporation operational costs can be a small fraction of the
off-site disposal costs. In that, 90% or more of the water being
hauled off-site contains mostly water, our evaporation systems
may achieve up to a 95% volume reduction. This can translate
into major costs savings and a quick return on investment for
the purchase of the equipment.
Hot-Plate Water Evaportaion
Water Maze utilizes two similar hot-plate water evaporation technology approaches. The first is a natural gas or LP system that incorporates a lower heat
chamber and an upper water tank that is made of either carbon steel, for high chloride applications, or two different grades of stainless steel. Secondly, an
electric system with multiple industrial grade electric coiled burners, mounted under the evaporator tank in easy-access service tray.
Submerged Combustion Water Evaportaion
Patented, super-energy efficient system using submerged combustion in which heat is forced through a submerged tube and released directly into the water
for 100% heat exchanger efficiency and dramatic operational and energy cost savings.
Electric-powered and perfect for low-volume applications, evaporator belts heating elements do not come in contact with the wastewater. Evaporation is
achieved by indirect heat through standard steel storage containers, making the evaporator belt an easily implemented and adaptable option when
low-volume evaporation is needed.
Capable of evaporating wastewater at 15 and 30 gallons per
hour. The natural gas-heated HBG systems have two models
available to suit the flow rate required. The combustion box in
the HBG models is made of advanced heat reflective material
and features a unique energy-efficient design for reflecting the
heat directly onto the floor of the evaporation tank for energy
cost savings. A high-efficiency burner shoots a flame, fueled
by natural gas or propane, into the combustion chamber
for unusually high energy efficiency. The unit is made of
heavy-duty steel, insulated and double lined for both energy
efficiency and safety.
The all-electric HBE, featuring eight 2600-watt coil-type
heater, has one model with either 230V 3ph or 460V 3ph
configurations. They are both capable of evaporating
wastewater at eight gallons per hour. Features include:
heavy-duty tank made of carbon steel with optional alloy
upgrades to 316L or AL-6XN stainless steel; non-fouling,
stainless steel, liquid level assembly prevents damage to the
system with a redundant third float for protection against
overflowing; NEMA 4 electrical box with operational controls
as well as troubleshooting
indicator lights; three-inch,
recessed drain port for easy sludge removal.
The WB series is the first to use the extra-high efficient
submerged combustion technology. There are two models
for handling waste streams at 60 and 120 gallons per
hour. Featuring top-of-the-line immersion tube jet burner
components, with a solid-state flame control monitor, the WB
models are capable of creating temperatures of up to 2000°F,
releasing hot flue gases directly into the water.
An economical alternative for low-volume evaporation, the
Evaporator Belt is ideal for evaporating very low volumes
of wastewater. The electric-powered belt wraps around a
standard 55-gallon steel drum and slowly heats non-flammable
liquids to temperatures of 70° to 250°F. The heavy-duty
aluminized steel belt includes thermostatic control and weighs
only 14 pounds.