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Filter Project Granite Dust Collectors, Sludge Dehydrators, Engineered Stone Dust Collectors

Filter Project Sludge Dehydrator, Dust Collection, Water Filtration Systems remove granite, marble, stone, concrete, dust and slurry from the pits and the air.

Weha USA and Filter Project have teamed up to bring a better, higher quality dry granite dust collector, wet granite dust collector, engineered stone dust collection,sludge dehydrator, water filtration systems to the North American market.

Sludge and slurry in granite and stone fabrication shops is a never ending battle. Filter Project Slurry and Sludge Dehydrator and Dewatering systems are perfect solutions to keep as much slurry and sludge out of those pits as possible.

OSHA continues to tighten up Silica regulations on granite and engineered quartz stone dust. Did you know that Engineered Stone Quartz has approximately 90% silica?

Filter Project has the answer with 99% certified granite stone dust collection systems.

Looking for Water filtration and water recycling systems for the entire shop and plant? Filter Project offers water filtration solutions for any size shop with as much water as you would like to recycle.

Filter Project Sludge Dehydrators and Granite and Quartz Dust Collection systems are made in Italy using premium grade stainless steel, premium valves, strong and durable pumps and motors, and a high quality electrical system. Filter Project quality, durability, longevity, and trouble free long term use is the most important and primary goal in producing the best sludge dehydrators and Dust Collectors.

Filter Project is a family owned Italian company that only focuses on sludge dehydration, dust collection, and water filtration. They know their stuff and are extremely professional in designing, manufacturing, and maintaining the best systems in the stone industry.

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Water Treatment & Recycling

Stone Waste Water Recycling

In addition to dust collection, stone fabricators benefit from processing the waste water produced by the fabrication shop. There are related machines and equipment that can help stone professionals manage and recycle the water that is produced form the fabrication process. An array of water recycling plants that are available can be found on the following page of the site:

Filter Project Parts and Accessories

Parts and accessories for filter project equipment are also available if you have already implemented a Filter Project system in your fabrication shop. You can find out more about parts and accessories at the following link: