Sign Up for the Hydro MicroScreen™ Demonstrations in Ely, UK

Hydro International will be operating a Hydro MicroScreen at their Ely site in July to demonstrate its process water screening capability.  To arrange a visit contact Hydro International on 01275 878371 or via enquiries@hydro-int.com, or book a visit online.

The Hydro MicroScreen™ is a low-energy, small footprint rotating belt screen that delivers exceptional solids removal from process water.  It can save operators up to 50% in power use and has only one tenth of the footprint of multi-stage pre-treatment.

Meeting water discharge regulations is critical for industrial organisations.  The Hydro MicroScreen™ can help operators minimise discharge / disposal charges by capturing residual material rather than flushing it into the sewer system.  This material could then be sold, repurposed or re-used.

Energy costs are one of the biggest expenses in industrial wastewater treatment with plants often using multiple step pre-treatment process to reduce TSS, BOD and FOG before discharge.  These processes are typically energy hungry and may also require significant plant space.  Hydro MicroScreen™ provides energy savings of up to 50% compared to conventional primary clarification technologies.  Additionally, Hydro MicroScreen™ is a small, accessible unit that can be maintained quickly and easily – minimising maintenance costs and reducing costly system downtime.

“The Hydro MicroScreen™ is already well proven in other parts of the world as an effective micro screening system for food and beverage process water.  We’re going to be running a Hydro MicroScreen™ throughout July so process and plant engineers in the UK can see first-hand its separation capabilities.”  says Phil Collins, Hydro International, Sales Director Europe.

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