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Burt Process Equipment partners with global leaders in custom biowaste treatment systems to provide high-efficient, liquid effluent decontamination systems. These premium quality engineered Biokill systems sterilize bio-hazardous liquid waste from labs and facilities that handle potentially dangerous effluents. With over 30 years of experience in industry, these manufacturers of effluent decontamination systems offer technologically advanced bio-safety engineering making these robust systems safe and reliable.
high temp continuous batch
thermochemical cont. batch
This High Temperature Continuous Batch chemical effluent decontamination system provides a reliable, high-quality solution for a BSL-3 or BSL-4 facility. It operates at 250-305 degrees F and is adjustable for the types of microorganisms present. Choose from redundant and non-redundant configurations according to processing needs and space considerations.
The Bio-Response Thermochemical continuous effluent decontamination system is an ideal alternative for a level 1-4 facility that has budget restrictions. In addition to its lower initial cost, this unit still functions if there is a steam utility failure, with chemical-only cycles. It can also operate as a thermal-only system up to 200 degrees F. It’s highly versatile, combining performance with value.
Chemical EDS offers the lowest operation cost with high performance and optimum cycle time, for higher capacities and smaller systems. It’s an attractive option for clients without a plant steam supply who don’t want to install a dedicated steam generator. This less complex EDS is a smart choice for remote locations and limited utility service. It’s available in various sizes, from closet units to larger systems that can be used by multiple labs.
The Bio-Response Continuous Flow EDS maintains a constant flow to achieve high capacity. These effluent decontamination systems are available in many configurations and sizes. The tube heat exchanger allows for increased reliability and solids handling, with 90 percent energy recovery. When redundant processing skids are used, the system can automatically switch between the two or run both simultaneously.
The Undersink EDS is designed for a small lab or facility that doesn’t generate sufficient waste water to justify a larger effluent decontamination system. However, this system will still allow facilities to accept projects that require waste effluent sterilization. The undersink EDS can also be used in separate lab sections for redundancy, instead of having a larger centralized system. It can operate thermally or thermo-chemically and has collection capabilities.