Separation

ParkProcess separation equipment ranges from those that separate coarse solids from fluids as in our vibratory screening units, to sand and silt removal devices such as our hydrocyclones, to colloidal solids removal using our inclined plate clarifiers and centrifuges. Applications for our separation equipment include waste water treatment systems, where unwanted solids are removed enabling the waste stream to be sent to a sewer, removing unwanted solids in systems where the water is being recycled. Removing solids from surface water prior to entering a water treatment plant, and removing sand, silt and fine solids from drilling mud. Solids/Liquids separation equipment also is a necessary item in some chemical processes, manufacturing plants, mining operations, paper mills, power plants, and a myriad of other industries.

The OilDawg is an above ground steel tank coalescing type separator utilizing polypropylene porous tubes to capture droplets.

ParkProcess’ line of oil skimmers are easy to deploy floating skimmers with adjustable skimmer heads. These units are available in a variety of materials, construction and sizes.

The HydroCats are simple hydrocyclones solids/liquid separation devices, with no moving parts, designed to accelerate the settling process of solids in liquid using centrifugal force.

These vibratory screening devices remove drill cuttings from the drilling fluid while circulating and drilling. There are many different designs of the Shale Shaker.

This model Mud Cleaner combines 10” desander hydrocyclone(s) with smaller 4” hydrocyclones, effectively taking two “cuts” at the unwanted solids contaminating the fluid.

The GritDawg removes grit from a continuous flow of wastewater or slurry. Grit settles out in a receiving area then it is conveyed, washed and dewatered.

ParkProcess manufactures a wide range of strainers including: simplex strainers, Y strainers, T strainers, basket strainers, duplex strainers and automatic strainers.

Decanter centrifuges are used to process un-weighted and weighted, water-based and oil-based drilling fluids (muds). Mechanical energy is utilized to increase the gravitational force exerted on solids that are present in the mud.

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