W.S. Tyler offers customers Hydo-Clean testing option

By |  October 3, 2014

W.S. Tyler built a new Hydro-Clean testing facility in Conyers, Ga., where customers can test the Hydro-Clean washing unit.

Customers first send a sample of material to be tested on a laboratory Hydro-Clean unit. The test determines the percentage of particles minus 200 mesh, and this allows W.S. Tyler to find out the amount of clay in the material and if it can be successfully cleaned in the unit. After confirming that the material can be washed, the company sends the customer a Hydro-Clean test kit to fill with about 1.5 tons of material, which is then tested at the new facility.

According to the company, the Hydro-Clean reduces water usage by as much as 75 percent compared to traditional washing systems. Available in both stationary and mobile options, the cleaning system also includes a water recycling system that collects drainage water.

“Our goal in building this test facility was to give customers a timely way to have their materials tested in the Hydro-Clean, and through the testing demonstrate how it can make their operations more efficient and make them more money,” says Beau Backus, sales manager at W.S. Tyler’s Haver & Tyler Appalachians Division in Conyers.

Customers are welcome to travel to site to view their material before and after the cleaning process. After the test, customers also receive the washed product along with a feasibility report outlining the test results.

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