Container Units Overview - PDF

Attached is a pamphlet giving some insights to the containerized units that we offer.

What is Containerized Solids Control Equipment?
Triflo is proud to announce a new line of solids control equipment packages designed with our customers in mind, containerized units. These units are fully encompassed within a standard ISO certified twenty or forty container and are packed full of Triflo mechanical separation technology including elliptical and linear shakers as well as ten, four, and two inch hydro cyclones. Open the doors of the container, hook up your feed line and your new Triflo unit will be ready to process your feed. Figure 1 shows just one example of the many containerized packages we now offer.


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Evolution of Product
Triflo has been supplying solids control equipment for numerous industries in excess of thirty years and we have prided ourselves on offering packages to suit our customers’ needs. In order to satisfy the growing needs of the industry Triflo’s equipment packages have evolved over time, from a traditional tank system on a skid, to trailered integrated tanks, and now to tank systems enclosed within shipping containers. This evolution has been in response to the industries’ need for transportable products that are quick and easy to set up and begin operation.

Why Choose a Containerized System?
A containerized system has many benefits for the customer. Solids control equipment systems are a substantial investment for any company and having them enclosed inside of a container helps to protect this investment by keeping them safe from the elements, in addition to being able to lock them up and secure them on the job site in the evenings. Transportation cost is also something to consider when purchasing solids control equipment as it is an associated cost that extends through the life of the equipment as you move from job to job. This is one of the biggest reasons to consider a container system as shipping a container, especially overseas, can be substantially cheaper than shipping an irregularly sized and shaped load.