Water Recycling Equipment

Water is a scarce resource and should be used judiciously. Recycling Water is an intelligent and wise decision. You not only save the environment but also reduce your operational costs.

Moreover, local bodies are becoming more and more stricter about the water usages by the Car Wash Centers, both Manual and Automatic. Other countries are following. So pre-comply with the environment regulations which might put your business in jeopardy later. 

W100

Basic Water Recycling System

KKE W100 Skid 1 Oil Sludge Separator

Oil Sludge Separator is the first stage of Water recycling and helps in separating the Oil and Sludge from the water. When the wash water enters the tank, the oil and sludge are mixed with water due to turbulence. The Skid 1 helps in separating the oil and sludge. The sludge settles in an inbuilt hoper while oil rises to the oil chamber.

KKE W100 Skid 2 Multimedia Filter

Multimedia filter is the second stage of filtration which removes suspended solids from the water. The system consists of a Filtration chamber with Sand, Gravel and Anthracite which forms the media for filtration. This skid also has Coagulant Dosing System which doses coagulant which helps in coagulant of suspended dirt particles.

KKE W100 Skid 3 Activated Carbon Filter

Activated Carbon filter is the Third Stage of Filtration. This is generally fitted inline with Skid 2 and does not have a pump of its own. The System has Activated Carbon as the name suggest which helps in further filtration of water using the Adsorption principle. Activated Carbon is also said to reduce the smell from water.

KKE W100 Skid 4 Resin Softener

The final step in the filtration for Vehicle Wash System water reclamation is Resin Softener which is used to remove Salts from the water. These salts which are Calcium Chloride and Magnesium Chloride cause hardness in water. Resin Softener has to be essentially installed after Skid 1,2 and 3.

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