Water Treatment Solutions designed its first system, exclusively for the Stone Fabricator, in 1996 and 25 years later we continue to lead the industry with the most effective and economical 100% closed loop water recycling system, for our industry.
After significantly growing his stone side of the business, the Anchorage, AK-based fabricator tremendously heightened the shop’s production with the investment of three new machines from Park Industries
October 27, 2022
Three state-of-the-art fabrication machines contribute to a tremendous increase in production and efficiency for Alaska Countertops
In the processing of marble, granite and stone in general, water has multiple applications. From cutting to polishing, water is needed to avoid overheating work tools and to reduce the dust produced during these various procedures.
The next generation of HydroClear Systems, the HydroClear Pro series by Park Industries, enables fabricators to better manage their water usage, which could translate to efficiency gains and a significant savings in water consumption costs, and with a smaller footprint requirement.
Among the components of keeping a shop clean is having an efficient water recycling system. But when it comes to making such an investment, some fabricators might not know what exactly makes a system complete and which one is best for their shop.
The Ebbco Cyclone Filtration System is designed to remove stone particulate from water. A heavy-duty centrifugal pump is placed directly inside the floor pit, which incorporates a custom sweeper package to keep dirt from settling.
Stone World asked representatives from several manufacturers of water treatment systems to discuss the latest technological advances of this type of equipment and how a fabrication shop benefits from recycling water.
The Ebbco Cyclone Filtration System from Ebbco Inc. is designed to filter and deliver uninterrupted gray water to the entire shop. The system’s closed-loop design reuses 99% of shop water, eliminating daily fresh water consumption and consolidating waste disposal into easily manageable bags.
Since starting his own company in 2004, Polishchuk wanted to build a business that reflected his passion for granite. A shop that would use the best technology, have a great crew and would allow him to be creative with his projects.