Waste Water Evaporators
On-site evaporation can reduce disposal costs and liabilities by eliminating up to 95% of hazardous wastewater.
Boyd Equipment's line of evaporators offer a more efficient solution to the soaring costs of hazardous wastewater hauling.
The Problem of economically and safely disposing of industrial wastewater has been around for a long time. Until recently, the most common solution was having industrial wastewater hauled away. Let someone else worry about it.
Unfortunately, its not that easy... nor cheap.
Government cradle-to-grave laws make business liable for their hazardous wastewater, even when someone else hauls it off for them. And, due to the increasing fees of government permits, fines and red tape, the cost of hauling continues to soar... up to as high as $5.00 a gallon, and even more in some areas. The risk and cost of hauling has simply become an unacceptable alternative for many industries.
The Innovator series is the next generation of Industrial Waste Water Treatment equipment that uses electro-coagulation and chemical treatment to remove emulsified oils, heavy solids and metals from a broad range of waste streams.
HBG / HBE Series Medium Evaporations Rates
WB Series High Evaporations Rates
The WB series has two patents and is the first evaporator of its size to use the extra-high efficient submerged combustion technology. Featuring top-of-the-line immersion tube jet burner components, with a solid-state flame control monitor, the WB is capable of creating temperatures up to 2000°F, releasing hot flue gases directly into the water.
Drum Heater Very Low
Evaporating a low volume of wastewater has never been easier or more affordable, thanks to the Water Maze Drum Heater. The electric-powered belt wraps around a 55-gallon steel drum and heats the non-flammable wastewater inside. The water portion is slowly evaporated leaving a solid residue for disposal.
On-site evaporation is the answer to the high cost of hauling for two key reasons:
- De-waters the Wastestream: Most wastwaters are more water than waste. In fact, 90% to 99% of most industrial waste streams are water. Evaporation turns this 90+% water content into vapor, leaving the contaminants behind - dramatically reducing the cost and risk of wastewater disposal. At $5.00 per gallon, its a lot less expensive to haul the 10% residual waste than the 100% contaminated wastewater.
- Reduces the Cost per Gallon: Evaporation reduces the water portion of a wastestream for as little as $0.03 to $0.08 per gallon - a fraction of what you'll pay per gallon to haul the same amount of wastewater. From $5.00 dollars to $0.05 cents per gallon, we're talking about a savings of a hundredfold.
Plus, there are additional savings in the reduced costs of storing, handling, and insuring compliance, all because of the reduced amount of waste on your premises.