ULTRA FILTRATION - NANO - MEMBRANES
NC-EEC Waste Separation - Combination Plants
The NC-EEC WASTE-SEP is an industrial membrane separator for a wide variety of chemically or mechanically emulsified solutions. NC-EEC has combined advanced technology with proven concepts in efficient oil and water separation techniques. The result is a skid-mounted, fully automatic, liquid separator that can condition a milky, emulsified solution of oil, chemicals, ink, cutting oil and diesel fuel back to its origin. The NC-EEC WASTE-SEP will, in most cases, restore liquid to its original quality, and water can safely be drained into the local sewer line or be reused.
COMBINATION PLANTS - NC-EEC BIO AND MEMBRANE POLISHING - MB
All controls upfront and "Fully Automatic"
Military Supplier - Total Solutions
NC - EEC delivers compact Biological Wastewater Plant & Reverse Osmosis Systems to the Military. Complete solutions where RO solutions provide the everyday need for fresh water, while the NC-EEC High-Speed Bio Tec WWTP treats wastewater into acceptable environmental standards. Systems can be shipped in containers or regular skid mounted systems. NC-EEC package plants operate trouble free and are fully automatic.
Industrial Membrane System
Each System is Fully Tested Before Leaving Factory
RO Membrane Elements
Based on superior membrane properties (high rejection of TDS, silica and TOC and excellent chemical and biodegradation resistance), NC - EEC uses spiral-wound thin-film composite RO elements manufactured by all the industry's leaders. With large-volume buying power, NC – EEC is a low cost supplier of membranes, system spare parts, antiscalants, membrane system cleaning chemicals, cartridge filters and UV sterilizers.
NC - EEC DESAL custom designs systems; for certain application, pre-fabricate RO plants for fast delivery and easy integration into any new or existing water treatment facility.
With a single electrical interface and the necessary hydraulic connections, NC - EEC DESAL systems are on line delivering demineralized water at capacities from 50 gpm to millions of gallons per day.