Berkefeld PurBev® RO
BERKEFELD PurBev® RO reverse osmosis plants are engineered according to hygienic design standards and meet the highest performance requirements of our customers in the food and beverage industry. Systems of this product range remove impurities and particles from water at efficiencies greater than 99%.
The Biobed DUO design has been developed to provide advantages for specific applications. It offers improved performance by combining world leading Biobed advanced technology with innovative process features such as recycle and mixing control, in-situ cleaning and sludge inventory management in an advanced two layer reactor system.
In many industrial processes, any dissolved salts in water can cause problems. Removing all the dissolved salts from water is called deionisation or demineralisation. Duo Eclipse™ two-stage deionisers remove up to 98% of total dissolved solids and will typically produce water with a conductivity of less than 20 μS/cm. Flow rates from 0.25 to 4 m3/hr.
Dusenflo™ Gravity Filter
Since 1948, Veolia Water Technologies Canada has developed an expertise second to none in water and wastewater treatment. Among the numerous processes that the company offers to meet various treatment objectives, the Dusenflo™ gravity filter has proven to be an efficient and reliable filtration system.
The Hydrovex™ line of wet weather technologies is applicable in stormwater, combined or sanitary sewer applications and has been available to the American market for over 30 years. With years of experience in providing urban drainage solutions, John Meunier Inc. is dedicated in offering the market with the highest quality products and support.
To separate colloidal suspensions and oily emulsions under satisfactory speed conditions (for example under the influence of weight in the sedimentation or clariflocculation step or under dissolved air influence in the flotation), it is necessary to respectively unify the colloids to form bigger particles and to break the emulsions.
Whittier™ Vacuum Deaerators
Vacuum deaerators, also known as vacuum degasifiers, use a vertical pressure vessel, multiple vacuum stages and vacuum pumps to continuously remove objectionable gases from liquids. Packed towers, supported by powerful vacuum pumps, reduce the surrounding vapor partial pressure which promotes the mass transfer from the liquid to the gas phase.