The RapidFloc Mixer low risk and high reward strategy to dewatering sludge!

Wouldn't it be nice to actually get much needed equipment for next to nothing? Wouldn't it be nice to actually get equipment to free up capitol? Wouldn't it be nice to get equipment in wastewater that provided you with a return on investment in under a year?

I have some great news!!!!

You can!  The device is called The RapidFloc Mixer.  This device has been installed as far away as Australia.   The RapidFloc Mixer works wherever and whenever there needs to be volatile mixing in front of all types of waste water equipment-even clarifiers.  We have seen up to 70% in polymer savings and up to 50+% in production.  With our competitive interest rates we have arranged a partnership with a local bank to provide financing.

Here is some math to prove my point!

  1. RapidFloc monthly payment $500/per month.
  2. Polymer cost your plant $2000 per month.
  3. RapidFloc saves your plant 40%=That's $800/month and you have covered your monthly payment with a surplus of $300!
  4. Here's more great news!  $300 gained in capitol per month. 
  • You have increased the efficiency of the plant through better production reducing man hours.
  • You potentially could increase dry solids and reduce transportation cost of your solids.
  • You decrease wear and tear on your centrifuge, beltpress, rotary drum thickener or screw press because The RapidFloc actually mixes polymer and sludge with minimal headloss.  

.....and the best news!  

You were out nothing!!!!!! 

Low Risk High REWARD!



Click here to see the chart on how Deskins stacks up to other methods of dewatering.

Sand Drying Beds are one of the oldest ways to dewater sludge.  Dave Deskins knew that this process could be improved on over 30 years ago.  By simply adding polymer to the sludge with a polymer activation unit, he could increase productivity of the sand drying bed.  

However, his improvement of sand drying beds did not stop there. He invented the RapidFloc Mixer and Deskins Quick-Dry Filter Beds increased efficiency placed on the high demands of sludge dewatering (see video).  Between Texas and California -there are over 30 installations of the patented Deskins Quick-Dry Filter Bed System.  Most notably the Clovis Water Plant, with a savings of over 12.5 billion gallons of water in 12 years.  Deskins played a pivotal role in the operation of this plant and was presented at an AWWA Conference (see it here)

Deskins will have two RapidFloc Mixers being utilized in the agricultural market in Europe in the next few months.  We are extremely excited about this and will keep you posted.  This will definitely give companies an edge on polymer reduction and efficiency of centrifuges/ beltpresses.  


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Deskins-The Occam's Razor in Wastewater/Water Biosolids Reduction

Occam's Razor according to Wikapedia:  

Occam's razor (also Ockham's razor or Ocham's razorLatinlex parsimoniae "law of parsimony") is the problem-solving principle that, the simplest explanation tends to be the right one. In other words, when presented with competing hypothetical answers to a problem, one should select the answer that makes the fewest assumptions. The idea is attributed to William of Ockham (c. 1287–1347), who was an English Franciscan friar, scholastic philosopher, and theologian.

This law applies to a plethora of aspects in everyday life and has strong implications in sludge dewatering.   Anywhere from 30-50% of a facilities operating capitol is funneled toward sludge dewatering.  A huge chunk of this precious capitol is geared towards polymer expenses.   Another huge piece of pie in your pie chart is spent towards a dewatering mechanism. Ok you have to have a dewatering mechanism but you need to get the most out of it because it depreciates and it cost money to save money in the long term.  What if I told you I could give you a device that actually appreciates in value and helps increase the value of your dewatering mechanism?

The Deskins Rapidfloc Mixer is this device.  The RapidFloc Mixer is a  polymer reduction device, has no moving parts, increase hydraulic throughput of almost all existing dewatering mechanisms and can even increase solids percentage %.   

Does it sound to good to be true or gimmicky?

No gimmicks here.  Just simplicity.  After all didn't the great Leonardo Da Vinci write something along the lines of:  "Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication."  So, follow the "KISS" formula and look into the RapidFloc Mixer and after you say to yourself, "Why didn't I think of that?" Apply Occum's Razor and choose Deskins wastewater/water dewatering equipment in particular the RapidFloc Mixer.  A device that appreciates in value!