WEFTEC 2019 Review
Water Processing solutions to reduce water footprint displayed at WEFTEC 2019
Russell Finex had the opportunity to exhibit market-leading innovative separation solutions for reducing water footprint at the largest premier water quality conference. During this three day conference, water quality professionals from all over the world were able to experience the incomparable water quality education and training offered. Over 148 technical sessions, 27 workshops, 16 mobile sessions, seven local facility tours and 1,000+ exhibitor’s booths were accessible to all visitors.
Russell Finex was amongst the exhibitors on hand to showcase extensive specialized filtration equipment. The conference provided a great opportunity for experienced sales representatives to collaborate and share ideas as well as practices with attending water quality professionals. Through working closely with customers, Russell Finex prides itself in providing customized solutions for different types of applications.
During the exhibition, two popular machines for water treatment were on display. The Russell Liquid Solid Separator™, a multi-purpose centrifugal separator used for many different applications including effluent clean-up and water recovery, continuously removes solids from liquids at high-capacity separation down to 20microns, enabling flow rates up to 100,000 l/hr. The Self-Cleaning Russell Eco Filter® removes contamination and oversize materials from liquid products. This range of industrial self-cleaning filters for liquids utilizes a unique SpiroKlene™ wiper system to continuously clean the filter elements and ensure effective and continuous filtration down to 10 micron.
If you missed Russell Finex at WEFTEC, view our complete range of liquid separation solutions or contact us today to explore how Russell Finex can assist you in your unique requirements.
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