EBARA Corporation Acquires Hayward Gordon Group
We are pleased to announce that EBARA Corporation has acquired Hayward Gordon Group!
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In order to effectively separate sludge and water, a polymer is added to enhance this separation. Uniform dispersion of the polymer ensures efficient sludge separation while using the least amount of polymer possible. Some polymer dispersion techniques have proven more effective than others, particularly with the high molecular weight polymers.
Many of these polymers have very different viscosities than the sludge and this requires a higher level of mixing energy to ensure that the necessary degree of mixing to ensure uniform dispersion of the polymer. All of this must be done without damaging the polymer or the resulting floc.
Experience and research has shown that the levels of energy provided by the Sharpe Mixers Simfloc is sufficient to thoroughly contact the higher molecular weight polymers allowing for lower polymer dosage and resulting in higher quality recovered water. A variable frequency drive is provided to ensure that the Simfloc can be “dialed in” providing the exact level of mixing to match variable conditions in the polymer/sludge properties and flow rates. Finally, the SIMFLOC incorporates a non-ragging impeller.
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