We partner with you to provide DAF, Screening and Solids Separation solutions for all of your industrial wastewater needs. Regardless if it is new equipment, retrofits, rentals and upgrades our goals are to make your wastewater operation efficient, compliant and cost effective.
Beyond the equipment we also offer our expertise. Our system designs are the result of 40+ years of refinements and 1,000+ installations across industries like food, heavy manufacturing, biofuels, cosmetics and oil & gas. Based on build quality, performance, and lifetime cost the competition doesn’t compare.
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Industrial Wastewater Treatment Equipment
JWC Environmental has been providing industrial wastewater treatment equipment for over 40 years through our IPEC screens and FRC DAF Systems. Our industrial screening equipment and DAF solutions have been used in a variety of food & beverage, oil and gas, general manufacturing and industrial wastewater applications. We have the expertise and experience to design wastewater treatment equipment to meet your applications exacting needs.
FRC DAF Systems for Industrial Wastewater
JWC’s line of FRC DAF systems for industrial wastewater applications are uniquely engineered solutions for specific customer applications to provide:
- Outstanding Pollutant Removal Capability
- Low Chemical Consumption
- Simple, Reliable Operation
Industrial Wastewater Treatment Technologies
Our designs are the result of 40 years of refinements and 500+ installations across the food, manufacturing, and oil & gas industries. Based on build quality, performance, and lifetime cost the competition doesn’t even compare.
Dissolved Air Flotation Systems
PCL-Series Plate Pack dissolved air flotation systems are engineered to handle high hydraulic loading rates while occupying minimal floor space. System models are available in flow rates up to 4,000 gpm.
Sludge Dewatering Belt Press
Belt presses are the cleanest, most hands free technology for dewatering sludge. FRC’s belt presses stack dewatering and pressing zones in a vertical configuration to save floor space and can generate 16-20% dry solids.
Pilot and Rental DAFs
Instead of relying on estimates and design theory, rent a skid-mounted DAF Pilot System to collect real-world data. Short or long term rentals available for units from 20 to 2,000 gpm.
IPEC Industrial Screening Equipment for Industrial Wastewater
JWC’s line of IPEC industrial screening equipment for industrial wastewater applications are designed to:
- Provide superior solids recovery from waste streams
- Maximize industrial wastewater pre-treatment
- Protect downstream processes
- Reduce further treatment costs
We offer 3 main types of screening equipment:
How do Internally Fed Rotary Drum IPEC Screens operate?
For Internally Fed Rotary Drum Screens, the influent enters a short spillway, where the energy is dissipated and the flow is evenly distributed onto the interior of the rotary screening drum. Solids are retained on the screen surface while the liquid flows radially out through the screen openings. Screened solids are transported axially by internal flights, to the open end of the rotary drum screen. The entire screening surface is intermittently washed by a fixed external spray bar.
How do Externally Fed Rotary Drum IPEC Screens operate?
For Externally Fed Rotary Drum Screens, the raw influent enters a headbox which distributes the flow evenly across the full length of the rear, upper external surface of the rotating drum. As water passes through the screen, solids are retained on the outside of the screen drum and are carried by rotation around to the front of the screen, where they are removed by a fixed doctor blade. The screened water cascades down inside the drum and falls through the bottom, creating a vigorous backwash action. This action, together with the use of internal water sprays, self-cleans the drum on every revolution.
How do Stationary Sidehill IPEC Screens operate?
For Stationary Sidehill Screens, the wastewater or slurry enters a headbox where hydraulic turbulence keeps solids in suspension. The wastewater overflows a distribution weir onto a steeply sloped ramp orienting the flow tangentially onto the screen surface. The liquid passes through the openings in the wedgewire to a drainage pan. The solids slide down the surface of the screen to the discharge lip.