Opening the Door to Better Pretreatment, Less Cost, and Improved Performance

A commercial steel door frame manufacturing company ran into trouble with their iron phosphate pretreatment system when the local wastewater treatment facility began noticing higher metal levels in its effluent. The local treatment district began issuing fines to the company, which accumulated as the manufacturer sought a way to get their system back into compliance and avoid having more stringent regulatory measures taken against them.

Hubbard-Hall representatives promptly assessed the manufacturing process change leading to high metal discharge levels and recommended two changes to solve the issues.

  • Change the manufacturer’s four-stage pretreatment to a closed loop
    zero-discharge system eliminating any waste from going to the drain.
  • Change the pretreatment chemistry to Eco Quest NCS 172-LF

 

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Excerpt: A commercial steel door frame manufacturing company ran into trouble with their iron phosphate pretreatment system when the local wastewater treatment facility began noticing higher metal levels in its effluent. The local treatment district began issuing fines to the company, which accumulated as the manufacturer sought a way to get their system back into compliance and avoid having more stringent regulatory measures taken against them. Hubbard-Hall representatives promptly assessed the manufacturing process change leading to high metal discharge levels and recommended two changes to solve the issues. Change the manufacturer’s four-stage pretreatment to a closed loop zero-discharge system eliminating any waste from going to the drain. Change the pretreatment chemistry to Eco Quest NCS 172-LF

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