Retrofit clarifier for better performance

ClarifierMost manufacturing companies use water in what they do, and in most cases this means the water they send out has stuff in it that should not go to the sewer system. It can lead to contamination of the soil and water supply. One of the best ways for industries to reduce the amount of waste that goes back to the environment through used or wastewater is by using clarifiers. Clarifiers filter and catch solid stuff in the water they use before it goes down the drain. However, clarifiers may need improving so that it can work more efficiently. This is usually expensive, so many business choose to retrofit clarifier systems instead.


Retrofitting the clarifier is still going to have a cost for the business. However, it will not be as much as replacing the entire system. In addition, a better clarifier can also mean savings for the company in the end because it will cost less to running and maintain.


It is always a good thing to tweak your processes so that it runs better and more efficiently. Improving the way your clarifier works means you can get more work done in a shorter time. An efficient system also means less downtime. This is definitely an advantage for any business.


You can also choose what you want to change and what you want to keep intact. When you retrofit a clarifier, you have to buy certain parts and mechanisms from to do specific things. What you need and should have will depend on the nature of your water use. You can consult with a water treatment specialist to find out what kind of retrofit you need for your system.

Deciding on how to retrofit your clarifier system is not going to be a simple matter, however. As this is probably not your area of expertise, it may be best to consult with a professional before making a decision.