New technology is needed to address the threat of a global fresh water shortage and PARC’s hydrodynamic separation (HDS) technology can help.
PARC’s HDS technology has many benefits, such as reduction in clarification time, energy usage and capital expenditures, as well as a scalable architecture and low maintenance requirements. PARC has built prototypes that leverage hydrodynamic forces to separate particles in a fluidic stream. Moreover, we have run experiments showing the technology’s potential in multiple applications: pre-treatment for desalination and wastewater; treatment of municipal, processed, produced and bilge water; and separating organic materials, such as algae, from water.
Visit PARC at booth J-56 to see a live demo and learn more.
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