RD-E2 (2 GPH) Electric Unit Specs

RunDry’s RD-E2, 2 gph RunDry Evaporators™ are a very efficient alternative for disposing of the wastewater from your industrial facility. This unit can be operate for about $0.25USD/gallon or $0.07USD/liter, this is a significant saving if you are paying for a waste hauler to take your wastewater away!

Model No: RD-E2
Evaporation Rate: 2 GPH (7 L/Hr)
Heat Source: Electric
Power Consumption: 5 KW
Electrical Draw: 240V, 30A
Dimensions (l x w x h): 25″ x 25″ x 41″ (64cm x 64 cm x 105cm)
Weight: 500 lbs.(230Kg)
Heater Controls: Thermostat
Steam Exhaust Fan: Draft Induction, 70CFM
Exhaust Duct Size: 6″ Dia.
Tank Capacity: 16 gal.(60 Liters)
Construction: Stainless Steel
Heating Chamber: Insulated

Options:

  • Chloride Resistant Alloy
  • Lift-out Sludge Tray

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Our model RD-E2 RunDry Evaporator™ are great for customers who generate just a small amount of wastewater. These units are environmentally friendly, economical to operate and easy to use for wastewater streams of 2 gallons per hour or 7 Liters/hour. Many laboratories and other small volume generators will use a unit like this. Click here for many more applications.

The evaporation tank holds 16 gallons or 60 liters.The RunDry Evaporator™ unit can evaporator all your water and only leave waste behind. The waste is easy to clean out with our liftoff sludge tray.

The stainless construction exceeds most customer’s needs, however, other alloys are available if the nature of your wastewater dictates it.

The unit has a capillary driven thermostatic control that is backed up by a high temperature shutdown for the safest operation.

As stated, RD-E2 RunDry Evaporators™ has an evaporation rate of 2 gallons per hour or 7 liters per hour. This is based on clean water at ambient temperature. Please note that clean water evaporates at 212°F or 100°C, however as you introduce waste products to your water it can alter the boiling point. It is simple to adjust the operating temperature to accommodate your wastewater, but you should be aware that it may have a slight impact on your evaporation rate.