Introducing the All In One
Revolutionizing slurry treatment
With the new All In One (AIO), you’ll never have to wait for water again! Designed with the opinion of over 600 stone fabrication clients in mind, the AIO boasts the highest performing tube settler per foot in the world. Not only is the system easy to use, it boasts continuous performance so that there’s virtually no downtime to hold your process back.
The AIO delivers like never before. It is designed to:
- Increase customer satisfaction by improving the performance of the plate packs.
- Increase competitiveness by allowing customers to easily self-install.
- Reduce shop footprint. These systems take up little space.
- Greatly improve the user experience by making the system both smarter and easier to live with.
Inspired by over 600 stone fabrication clients
- Highest performing tube settler per foot in the world
- Simple to operate
- Industry leading reliability image here of cutaway? see link below
- Never wait for water again!
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Our team will work diligently to make sure all your slurry problems are solved.
What Makes The All In One So great?
The All In One is the ultimate wastewater equipment solution. It combines the clarifier, water tank, and pump skid into a single monolithic unit for easier, more compact installations. The core of the clarifier (the plate pack) and the control systems have undergone a major generational upgrade. The plate pack has been completely redesigned based on computational fluid dynamics and new plate materials, including an exclusive flow regulation technology developed by Full Circle Water. They were built to perform at full flow; they do not rely on throttling valves on the slurry inlet line.
The touchscreens are big and bright with an easy-to-use interface and diagnostic capabilities. Almost any operation on the variable frequency drive (VFD), such as changing water pressure settings, can be easily completed from the touchscreen. If something goes wrong (like a purge valve not opening) the system knows and alerts the operator. If a purge valve sticks open, the system knows and shuts down. The system automatically adjusts to work load, purging more when the system is used more heavily (and not at all when the system is idle). Going to a second shift or working a Saturday won’t throw the system into chaos. Chemical dosing can be adjusted from the touchscreen without guesswork. Flow sensors can tell you how much water your shop is using (current and daily average). There is even a sensor to alert the operator if the system is low on flocculant. And everything is tied into a multi-color status light and alarm that can be freely magnetically mounted on the system, so you know at a glance (or siren) if something has gone wrong.
Articulate error messages make it easier for the customer to self-diagnose and correct problems, making them more confident in the system and reducing the load on tech support. Solid state sensors have replaced all float switches on the advanced models, removing the risk of the float getting tangled or the contacts in it failing. A new generation of mechanically simplified, robust chemical pumps should reduce failures. Larger flocculant tanks make refilling easier, allowing a full gallon at a time of flocculant to be added. Other features, like a screen between the clarifier and water tank, reduce the potential for problems and downtime.
There are two control packages. The basic control package offers a similar functionality to our current design (a simple purge timer and a manual on/off switch for the repress pump). Basic systems include a stainless-steel pit stir wand for stirring up the pit as needed; the basic controller does not support an automatic pit stir system.
The advanced controller system uses a new 7″ touchscreen controller networked to a new suite of sensors and new VFDs to control the repress pumps. The advanced system comes standard with an automatic pit stir system. Advanced controller configurations include purge valve position sensors, a light stack/alarm, and low chemical sensors. A solid-state flow sensor—which tracks the amount of water being used by the shop—is available as an option.
Controls Slurry pump Repress pump(s) AIO-50 Basic* 1 HP 3 HP AIO-95 Advanced** 1.5 5 HP with VFD AIO-140 Advanced 2 HP dual 5 HP with VFDs AIO-220 Advanced 3 HP dual 10 HP with VFDs
* Single phase power is available as an option. All other models will be three phase only.
**Basic panel will be available as an option.
Plate pack/water tank size
Plate pack volume (gallons) Slurry pumpPlate pack surface Repress pump(s)Water tank volume AIO-50 210 240 sf 600 gallons AIO-95 350 420 sf 900 gallojns AIO-140 610 660 sf 1,100 gallons AIO-220 1040 1,270 sf 2,600 gallons Park 80 230 105 sf - Park 90 425 230 sf - Park-100 465 390 sf -
- Plate pack volume (gallons)
- Plate pack surface
The AIO-50 is an entry level system. It includes basic controls and is designed to be as compact and affordable as possible for small shops while still providing uncompromised water quality. It is galvanized with extendable legs. The sludge skid normally goes under the unit.
The AIO-95 comes with our advanced control package (including pit stir system.) It is galvanized and has extendable legs. Options include bromine injection to maintain water quality and pH control.
The AIO-140 comes with the advanced control package and includes dual VFD driven repress pumps for efficiency and redundancy. It includes non-extendable legs (the sludge skid goes alongside the unit.) and 2-part epoxy paint.
The AIO-220 boasts a plate pack system with three times the settling surface of comparable equipment. It’s the biggest clarifier we’ve ever built. It comes with standard twin 10 HP VFDs and 2-part epoxy paint.
All advanced control packages have the option for dual slurry pumps.
Continuous duty flow* Peak Flow** Endurance at Peak*** AIO-50 40 GPM 50 45 minutes AIO-95 70 GPM 100 20 minutes AIO-140 125 GPM 180 14 minutes AIO-220 160 GPM 280 18 minutes
*Approximate amount of water the system can process continuously, assuming 30′ of head (actual and plumbing resistance) between the slurry pump and the top of the clarifier.
** Approximate flow the repress pump can provide without a substantial pressure drop. (This number does not factor in resistance of shop plumbing.) When continuous flow limit is exceeded, the water level in the water tank will drop while the level in the slurry pit will rise. In extreme cases in which a system is pushed to its limit with a pit smaller than the water tank, this could lead to the pit overflowing.
*** Approximate amount of time the system can run at peak flow before running out of water. (Assumes a full tank of water.)
Pump selections can be changed. For instance, a small shop that is buying an AIO-50 but wants more pressure to overcome restricted shop plumbing could opt for a 5 HP repress pump.