M.W. Watermark offers many services to help reduce your costs and make your water and wastewater equipment run more efficiently.
Our factory-trained, experienced, and TWIC certified service professionals are available to visit your job site to troubleshoot and repair filter presses and other water and wastewater treatment equipment. We can also train your staff and make recommendations on how to run your equipment more efficiently.
Services that we offer:
- Start-Ups, Training, Installation
- Mechanical Repairs and Troubleshooting
- PLC Programming and Troubleshooting
- Process Review and Improvements
Please review our FAQs for commonly asked questions regarding equipment service.
Q: What do I do if my Filter Press is leaking oil?
Oil leaks usually require immediate attention, and you may need service if you’re dealing with one. Try to examine the press to pinpoint the source of the leak. Sometimes, that source will be a damaged cylinder. These can be rebuilt or replaced, and these tasks are likely best left to an expert. The source could also simply be a loose fitting, which you can likely tighten on your own.
Q: Why is the filter cake wet and slimy, even with new filter cloths?
This is one issue that can take a serious toll on your business’ productivity. You may be able to examine your filtration process to determine adjustments that may assist with the issue. However, a trained filter press repair technician can typically provide valuable insight, helping to prevent similar issues from occurring in the future.
Q: Why are my filter press components failing early?
Component failure is never a good sign, but the fix could be as simple as an oil change. Fortunately, changing your filter press oil is something you can probably do on your own. If you are still not seeing improvements after your change the oil, it’s likely time to reach out to a filter press professional.