Electric FIRED
waste water evaporator


Units that use electricity have the heat exchanger located in the wastewater evaporator tank to create to heat the wastewater.

Capacity Available
• 25 LPH
• 50 LPH
• 100 LPH
• 200 LPH
• 300 LPH



Evaporation is the simplest and most cost effective method for minimizing a wide variety of industrial water-based waste streams. It has been approved by many regulatory agencies around the country as a safe and accepted method for on-site wastewater minimization. FINTEK, with the experience gained from over 10 years of manufacturing experience and thousands of systems in the field, is the industry leader in providing high value, reliable, and easy-to-operate wastewater evaporators. All KTEC Waste Water Evaporators come with the following standard features.


The harsh environment inside a wastewater evaporator requires that only heavy gauge materials be used. All tanks (Stainless Steel) are of mig welded,  steel construction ( Stainless steel units also have covers, lid, and vent stack) The electrically heated Model also has a solid steel plate floor/heat exchanger. . All exterior sheet metal is Powder Coated.

The largest operating cost of a water evaporator is the maintenance time required to clean the sludge and/or concentrate from the system. Being well aware of this from our many years of manufacturing experience, ease of cleanout was a primary concern in the design. To minimize cleanout time, a fully removable cover is provided that allows for complete access to the entire tank. Next, most have a low top frame height which allows easy accessibility without the need of footstools or stands. On the gas heated WWE  units, the burner tubes are located around the perimeter of the tank, leaving an obstruction free center cleanout area with a deep funneled floor for draining of liquids.


National, state, and local governments have regulations regarding the discharge of industrial wastewater that are upgraded regularly. Wastewater evaporators can achieve zero wastewater discharge to more than meet local and national regulations.


All KTEC water evaporators have redundant shutdown systems to ensure proper and safe operation. The primary shutdown is a low level displacement switch that deactivates the heating system when the fluid level reaches a point just above the heat exchanger surface. The secondary shutdown is a thermostat controlled sensor that measures the temperature of the heat exchanger surface.

As the volume of wastewater increases, the energy costs of evaporation rise accordingly. The key to energy efficiency is the heat transfer area of the burner tube or heat exchanger. This large surface area has an additional advantage in that fewer hot spots are created and any sludge or scale buildup which can insulate and reduce system efficiency is minimized. Of course, all of our water evaporator tanks are fully insulated to further increase efficiency and safety of the system.


Model Electric Fired Waste Water Evaporator 
TypeHeater Type
Evaporation Rateup to 300 LPH
Available Capacity/Models:20 LPH & 300 LPH
Inner Tank Construction1.2 mm Size Constuction in SS
Outer Tank Construction1.2 mm Size Constuction in MS
Heat ExchangerImmersion Heaters
Vent Stack170 mm OD)
Tank FloorTapered Bottom
Drain2″ drain With Ball Valve
Cleanout AcessAvailable
SensorsLevel Sensor , Temperature Sensor
Suitable For Low evaporation Rate


  1. Best suitable for lower volumes of waste water.
  2. It can be equipped with SS belt skimmer to remove floating oils.
  3. Residues can be easily scooped out. Big access to clean residues.
  4. Very Cost Effective .
  5. Feed pump can be electric operated or air operated.

Almost every industry generates wastewater
that must be disposed off.

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