Chemical-Physical Process Technologies from H+E

Introduction

Chemical-Physical Process Technologies from H+E

With over 40,000 plants built worldwide for a huge range of industries, H + E can rank itself as one of the most successful suppliers of chemical and physical methods of water treatment technologies. Since its inception in 1932, the company has expanded its portfolio steadily in this area and therefore expanded its business. Today, H+E’s portfolio includes proven tools for mechanical processing, for example, rakes, screens and filters, and optimised equipment for process steps such as, aeration, sedimentation, flotation and adsorption.

A whole range of membrane processes, including microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, and reverse osmosis are provided with reliable process technology directly from H+E. The same high standards also apply in the provision of chemical processes such as oxidation, disinfection, flocculation, decarbonisation, ion exchange and electro-deionisation. H+E was one of the first companies that tested these methods practically and then used them successfully in customer projects.

FLOCOMAT®.T is an optimised sedimentation process which ensures reliable solids removal and efficient sludge thickening featuring internal contact sludge recirculation, resulting in a smaller footprint and reduced chemical consumption. [...read on]

In industrial process water and wastewater treatment it is often necessary to remove soluble substances that have poor separation properties. Although not very cost- and space effective, the process of flocculation and precipitation has been shown to work reliably for exactly this purpose. [...read on]

H+E’s brand name FLOTTOPAC® refers to a space saving method that is highly effective in the removal of oils, fats and finely suspended solids in industrial wastewater from various industries and production processes. Therefore, the FLOTTOPAC® can be used in the food and beverage industry as well as in the oil and gas and the paper industry. [...read on]