• Automated Systems for Processing Metal Turnings and Recovering Cutting Fluids

  • Automated Conveyor Systems for Metal Stamping, Laser and Die Cast Scrap

  • Custom-Engineered Fluid Filtration and Recycling Systems

Surface Treatment Industry

The Surface Treatment and Finishing industry works under an operating model with many regulations and inherent risk. The EPA has a set of regulations for handling hazardous waste from the time it is generated through disposal, making the producer of the waste responsible for the full life-cycle and proper disposal. The POTW (Public Owned Treatment Works) establishes the standards and maximum allowable contamination levels for sewer use. Fines and criminal prosecution related to improper sewer use and hazardous waste disposal have been rising over the years as the focus on drought conditions and water shortages bring light to a finite global resource.

Surface Treatment Bath

To mitigate these risks and improve your bottom line, we offer a full line of mechanical water treatment equipment for finishing and surface treatment applications. We believe mechanical treatment is the best option for finishing operations because it requires less monitoring, delivers on clean water requirements for disposal, and can maintain proper clean water concentrations in rinse tanks with minimal adjustments.

Learn more about water treatment without the use of chemicals by reading our application reviews below. View our comprehensive on-demand webinar, or downloading technical data sheets. We look forward to partnering with you to meet your water treatment needs.

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Case Study: Presmet Corporation Benefits From PRAB HUF-VIB System


Parts manufacturer needs a solution for disposing waste by-products into the local sewer system. Presmet Corporation, of Worcester, MA is like many other parts manufacturers around the country that incorporates vibratory-deburring systems into their production process and is faced with the disposal of the waste by-products.

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