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In-Viro-KLEAN is a portable treatment system designed to polish water by removing particulate matter and extracting hydrocarbons from applications where such discharge is not desired. In-Viro-KLEAN treatment system is a compact, economical water treatment system that could ensure the prevention of oil discharge from different facilities or sites, such as transformer oil from hydro sites, cleanup of fuel spills in water, or safely discharging runoff water to the environment from within containment areas where the possibility of hydrocarbon contamination exists. The standard In-Viro-KLEAN unit is a 20 gpm system which due to its light weight increases its transport options into remote sites for field use. The units can also be ordered in larger volume capabilities.

The system is capable of continually removing oil from the water at sites in order to meet the oil discharge limits set by regulatory guidelines. By combining sorbent technologies, absorption products and electronic controls, In-Viro-Drum™ can offer the In-Viro-KLEAN system as a cost competitive solution in many industries. This unit not only permits the continual discharge of clean water at oil levels below 15 ppm, but will also, in the event of an oil spill and subsequent filter saturation, shut down water flow to prevent oil discharge off-site.

Easy to Operate
In-Viro-KLEAN is easy to install and operate.  The system is ideal for field operations where portability and ease of operation is critical.  There are no complex controls which simplifies day-to-day operation.  Installing an In-Viro-KLEAN unit into your fluid treatment system is a no brainer.

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How It Works
The treatment media allows clean water to pass but identifies the presence of hydrocarbons and causes a discharge restriction which shuts down the unit.

Examples of where an In-Viro-KLEAN unit is required:

  • High flow applications and low oil concentrations
  • To continuously remove oil from water run off from the installation sites in order to meet the oil discharge limits set by government agencies
  • To control manpower costs for unmanned or remote sites
  • To assist in the processing of recovered fluids from diesel fuel spills allowing for a reduction in volumes of waste shipped from spill sites, thus reducing cleanup costs