SaltMaker-AirBreather

Open Evaporator Crystallizer

The SaltMaker AirBreather is the first evaporator crystallizer without any freshwater byproduct to manage, while it ensures no atmospheric contact of the wastewater, which is important when volatiles are present. For improved economics, it operates at low temperatures to concentrate brine or achieve zero liquid discharge. Customers can choose between no liquid water return or clean water safe for discharge.

Environmentally Sound Engineering

  • Designed to prevent scale and built with corrosion-proof materials.
  • Intelligent automation maximizes performance with capacity control, self-cleaning, and self-diagnosis.
  • Ensures that air emission standards are met by operating ‘closed-from-atmosphere’, preventing the release of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) or saline particulate.
ISO Container with Airbreather inside, equipment inside
Zero liquid discharge solids produced

Concentrate Brine at Higher Capacities

  • Multiple operating modes: run the SaltMaker-AirBreather as an evaporator to reduce the volume of liquid waste or as a crystallizer to produce dry solid waste.
  • AirBreather requires four times the thermal energy of SaltMaker, so it is most applicable where low-grade, low-cost heat is available.
  • Simple solids management system discharges solids into bags or bins without the need for chemical pre-treatment or softening sludge.

Durability, Intelligence and Automation

  • Designed to prevent scale and built with corrosion-proof materials.
  • Intelligent automation maximizes performance with capacity control, self-cleaning, and self-diagnosis.
  • Built-in volatile management system captures VOCs to ensure air emission standards are met.
AirBreather Pilot with Engineers

Modularity & Rapid Deployment

  • Modular design enables simple shipping and rapid assembly at site.
  • Plant modules can be added to expand capacity to suit your project needs.
  • Modules slide in and out for easy inspection and maintenance.

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