Containerized Solutions: Are you putting a square peg in a round hole or does your next process expansion belong in a box?
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Chemical dosing, chemistry adjustment of water and wastewater treatment have long been a part of the industrial manufacturing process. Whether you are treating your incoming water or pre-treatment of waste the changing conditions and regulations tend to bring changes to your process.
These changes can cause many challenges and many of these challenges you can steer clear of by using a “containerized” system. These systems are contained in a pre-assembled freight container that is easily transported, environmentally friendly and low cost.
Mobile trailers or containerized treatment solutions can help you get your process proven out before dedicating important factory floor space and going through expensive and arduous task to redo the process piping.
So how do you know if you are ready for a containerized solution for your next project?
First, ask yourself is this a short-term or long-term solution? Do you need the quick change-out that comes with building a container off-site that needs minimal piping to get up and running? Or do you have an extended downtime planned? Does your facility have the extra space or would it be easier to dedicate a very small footprint outside of your plant?
We deliver containerized process equipment you need, when and where you need it. Our containerized dosing, treatment and processing solutions are quickly and easily installed and ready to begin producing in as little as 4 hours after delivery to your plant. These systems can then be re-used and transported to new sites.
Reach out today to discuss your next containerized system. Don’t put a square peg in a round hole!
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