ENCON Evaporators
ENCON Evaporators, based in Hooksett NH USA, manufacturers evaporation systems for wastewater, desalination, distillation and potable drinking water. Our four product lines; Drum Evaporators, Drum Dryers, Thermal Evaporators and MVC (Mechanical Vapor Compression) evaporators give a capacity range from 200 gallons per week up to 1800 gallons an hour. We are a leader in low energy cost solutions. From our Mechanical Vapor Compression (MVC) Evaporators that produce a distilled water product for $0.01-0.02 per gallon, to our Waste Oil Evaporators that burn free waste oil, to our Thermal Evaporators which include systems that burn off-spec landfill gas; ENCON Evaporators has a solution for your industrial and commercial wastewater applications. We are an industry leader in wastewater recovery technology. Materials of construction available include 316L stainless steel, super stainless alloy & Hastelloy®.

Address

1368 Hooksett Rd
Unit 9
Hooksett, NH 03106
United States
Phone: 603-624-5110
Fax: 603-627-9520

Product Categories

Evaporators; Wastewater Treatment Systems

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