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UGSI PolyBlend® DP Series Dry Polymer Feed System offers a unique two-stage method of initial high-shear mixing followed by low-shear mixing. The mechanical activation of the dry polymer ensures polymer optimization and lowers operating costs. An innovative stainless steel "hollow wing" mixing impeller in the mix/hold tank reduces polymer consumption by providing proper energy at low speed through impeller size and recirculation to prevent agglomerations while minimizing polymer fracture. With minimal maintenance and a small footprint, the PolyBlend® DP is fully automatic and easy-to-operate.
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UGSI Chemical Feed Polymer Feed Systems offers the most comprehensive line of both hydraulic and mechanical polymer activation methods with the Polyblend® mechanical polymer feeders and with the Dynablend™ and Dynajet™ hydraulic polymer feeders. Both technologies have been used in the field for the past several decades. The Polyblend® technology was introduced in 1972 and the Dynablend™ and Dynajet™ technologies were introduced to the market in 1985. The combination means UGSI Chemical Feed now boasts over 10,000 installations and three decades of field experience.
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Park Process - manufacturers dewatering containers, with a porous bottom to dewater sludge, grit or other fluid. The dewatered portion is collected to a drain. The false bottom can be permanent with stainless steel wedge bottom of various openings or with a disposable needle punched polypropylene geotextile filter. The most common type of dewatering container is based on a roll-off box design, although any type of container that is water tight can be made into a dewatering box. This includes containers that are commonly referred to as self-dumping hoppers and front loaders. Park Process manufacturers industrial filtration, Oil-Water Separators, batch and inline polymer make-up systems, eductors, mud cleaners, and oil field mud hoppers.