- PHOSPHATER: The Leading Metal Surface Pretreatment System
- Better Finishes Start With Phosphater Pretreatment
- Phosphater Zero Discharge is the Sustainable Solution
The Phosphater is a closed loop, multi-stage pretreatment system for metal finishing with powder, paint, E-coat, and plating. Phosphater cuts costs. Because the wash solution is being recycled, users can acid wash as long as necessary without worrying about sending thousands of dollars of chemistry down the drain. The Riveer Phosphater has saved powder coaters tens of thousands of dollars every year by recycling phosphate pre-treatment chemicals. Whether you are degreasing equipment or acid washing parts, the Phosphater can save you time and money while avoiding EPA fines.
Phosphater features the RTS 1000 water treatment system. The zero discharge process uses a simple but effective filtration technology with a regenerative blower to vacuum process water from Riveer steel wash racks or concerete containment pad. Phosphater will keep water contained while assuring you of no chemical discharge or polluted process water.
Modular: 1 to 5 Stages, Engineered to Your Exact Specification
More Precise Temperature Control, Eliminates Flash Rust Caused by Excessive Heat
Superior Paint Adhesion Begins with Phosphater's Superior Treatment
No Proprietary Chemistry Required, Use Your Preferred Phosphate Resource
Concrete Pad, Above Ground Rack, Water Booth Options
Riveer Service and Support, Proven Across The Globe
Highly Efficient Wash Rack Technology
Environmental regulations require many facility mangers to assume environmental compliance responsibility for process tasks such as washing and pretreatment. The commercial grade water hose is no longer a viable option for washing. That's why Riveer specializes in equipment washing systems that are easy to operate and maintain, and deliver a simple solution to a very complex and technical environmental problem.
We engineer effective water treatment through a number of methods depending on each application. Our technologies include mechanical separation, settling, coalescing, oil skimming, ozonation, micron filtration, membrane filtration, evaporation, and the use of oil consuming microbial systems.