Press Release Summary:
Walther TrowalÂ® ZM 01-ECO Centrifugal Effluent Cleaning System cleanses wastewaters of abrasives, metal fines, and oils after finishing process. Direct drive motor generates 2150 g's of centrifugal force to separate processed water from solid sludge. Electro-generatory brake averages stopping speed of 20 sec. Clean water discharges directly to vibrators and residual water is removed to mud water tank. System includes electric stirrer and power switch.
Original Press Release:
Walther Trowal ZM 01-ECO Centrifugal Effluent Machine Processes Up To 80 Gallons Per Hour
Machine Produces Big Performance From a Small Footprint
Cincinnati, OH - (March 24, 2003) - The Walther Trowal® ZM 01-ECO Centrifugal Effluent Cleaning System cleanses wastewaters of abrasives, metal fines and oils after the finishing process and prior to draining or recycling. The machine's efficient direct drive motor generates 2150 g's of centrifugal force to quickly separate processed water from solid sludge. With low energy and maintenance requirements, the ZM 01-ECO produces big performance from a small footprint.
The ZM 01-ECO has a simple, robust aluminum drum construction with an electro-generatory brake for wear resistant and fast drum braking that produces an average stopping speed of 20 seconds. Clean water discharges directly to vibrators via clear water nozzles, while residual water is removed to the mud water tank via evacuation holes in the drum bottom. The ZM 01-ECO includes an electric stirrer with ON/OFF switch, and a stainless steel drum is optional.
Founded in 1931, Walther Trowal is the oldest manufacturer of mass finishing equipment and supplies in the world. Walther Trowal has developed equipment covering a wide range of
applications in metal finishing, including radiusing, degreasing, fine finishing, surface cleaning, polishing, brightening and de-scaling and is part of the USF Surface Preparation Group.
USF Surface Preparation Group, a division of USFilter, is the global leader in providing surface preparation equipment, supplies and services. Strategically located manufacturing and
distribution facilities allow USF Surface Preparation Group to provide unparalleled customer service and support worldwide. For more information on USF Surface Preparation Group or Walther Trowal, visit the web site at www.surfacepreparation.com or send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
United States Filter Corporation, a Vivendi Environnement company, is North America's largest water company providing comprehensive water and wastewater systems and services to
commercial, industrial, municipal and residential customers. Vivendi Environnement (Euronext Paris: VIE and NYSE:VE), comprised of Vivendi Water (worldwide water products anc services), Onyx (solid waste and industrial services), Dalkia (energy management), Connex (transportation and logistics) and FCC (Spanish company engaged in environmental and construction related industries), is the largest environmental services company in the world with more than 295,000 employees, including FCC, in about 100 countries and annual revenues of more than $25.6 billion. Visit the company's web sites at www.usfilter.com or vivendienvironnement-finance.com.