ParkProcess is a leading supplier of industrial filtration and separation systems. Our bag filter technology includes; single bag filter housings, multi-bag filter housings, duplex bag filter systems, and engineered to order bag filter systems. High quality housings are designed to be user friendly and simple to operate, offering an economical way to remove dirt, scale, grit and other contaminates from downstream processes. Bag filters are available in a variety of media; nylon, polyester and polypropylene felts, multi-filament material, cotton mesh, teflon, and gore-tex. Available sizes include ranges from 0.5 micron to 2000 micron.
An Oil/Water Separator is a device for separating and removing oil from water. Enhanced Gravity Separation is an economical method that utilizes coalescing plate technology that accelerates the process which oil and water do naturally, separate. The process occurs without any moving parts and is based on principles consistent with gravity and buoyancy.
The oil/water separator contains an oleophilic (oil-loving) media through which the contaminated water flows. The oil in the water coalesces on the coalescing media forming progressively larger oil droplets. The droplets then float off the media and accumulate at the surface level of the separator. Oil accumulating at the separator is safely detained until removal and properly disposed of.
ParkProcess manufactures both batch and inline polymer make-up systems. These systems are equipped to mix neat polymer and water, injecting the diluted solution into a system provided static mixer for inter-reaction of polymer and sludge, and providing a thoroughly conditioned sludge ready to be dewatered. These systems are used for the flocculation of waste water, sludge, silt laden water, storm water, and other waste streams period.
Eductors are simple devices with no moving parts that are used to convey solids, slurry and mix solids with liquids, and pump liquids.
The Venturi effect is a particular case of Bernoulli's principle. Fluid under high pressure is converted into a high-velocity jet at the throat of the convergent-divergent nozzle which creates a low pressure at the point between the two. The low pressure draws the suction fluid, gas or solid into the convergent-divergent nozzle where it mixes with the motive fluid and is ejected out the divergent end of the eductor.