1. FiltraFast™ Extreme-Rate Compressible Media Filter

    FiltraFast™ is a high-rate downflow gravity or pressure filter that uses a unique compressible media. The filter only uses hydraulic loading to create the required media porosity without any mechanical compressing devices. A proprietary backwash sequence enables maximum recovery, extends media life, and limits energy consumption. This process 1) significantly reduces the footprint compared to sand filters, and 2) reduces maintenance and replacement costs required by disc filters, and other compressible media filters.

  2. New FiltraFast™ Achieves High-Rate Filtration Within A Very Small Footprint

    The new FiltraFast™ extreme-rate compressible media filter recently developed by SUEZ achieves up to 10 times the hydraulic loading rate compared to conventional filters, within a compact footprint. FiltraFast™ is customizable to meet specific requirements of different applications, including process water and wastewater treatment.

  3. Comprehensive Guide To Flow Solutions For Harsh Environments

    From principles of operation to sizing and configuration tools, this new 25-page guide details flow solutions for harsh environments. The focus areas include downstream chemical, oil and gas applications, molten sulfur, delayed coker applications, and enhancing oil recovery areas.

  4. 76 klps InGaAs Linescan Camera: 2048L Datasheet

    The shortwave infrared 2048L-10 InGaAs Linescan Camera from UTC Aerospace features 2048 pixels @76,000 lines/sec. UTC AS manufactures a full line of InGaAs-based shortwave infrared (SWIR) imaging and detection products for a variety of applications including security, surveillance, machine vision, process control, spectroscopy, recycling, glass inspection, imaging through dust, haze, and fog, and many others.

  5. Inspectahire Relies On Optical Gas Imaging For Leak Detection In the Offshore Oil And Gas Industry

    Inspectahire is a company that helps customers manage the safety, profitability, and environmental impacts of their assets through remote visual inspection technologies and solutions. The FLIR’s GFx320 Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera is their preferred technology to use when tasked with the detection of fugitive hydrocarbon emissions.

  6. Optical Gas Imaging At Jonah Energy: Saving Gas And Money Through Regular OGI Surveys

    The oil and gas industry loses an average of eight million metric tons of methane through gas leaks every year. Although this does not equate to some major methane leaks in the past, such as at the Aliso Canyon natural gas storage facility in 2015, the industry is still faced with how to best find and repair leaks at potential escape points. As an alternative to the industry standard for leak detection and repair, Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) is being used to make surveys easier and more efficient.

  7. FLIR Optical Gas Imaging Cameras Help To Spot Gas Leaks From The Air

    The Al Hosn Shah Gas Processing Plant in Abu Dhabi is a natural gas processing plant that purifies gases by removing certain contaminants in a sweetening process. The gas pipelines and other infrastructures that process sour gases need to be continuously monitored for leaks as the contaminant gases are often dangerous for human exposure. This case study explores the innovative combination of UAV and FLIR optical gas imaging technologies as an efficient way of monitoring vast gas fields from the air.

  8. AutoFlot®: Induced Gas Flotation Separation System For Treating Produced Water

    Veolia offers complete deoiling solutions for produced water treatment plus numerous other water treatment technologies for upstream processing facilities. Veolia’s global experience in the Oil & Gas industry operating water and wastewater facilities, coupled with the expertise we gain through our continued research and development, allows Veolia to create innovative technologies. These innovations evolve into greater efficiencies that enhance resource management and improve customer satisfaction.

  9. BP Chemicals Enhances Site Safety With FLIR Infrared

    BP Chemicals produces acetic acid and is responsible for a significant portion of the world’s capacity. Every year, the company invests millions of pounds into improving production efficiency, minimizing environmental impact, and protecting its employees. 

  10. Remote Detection And Localization Of Gas Leaks With Autonomous Mobile Inspection Robots In Technical Facilities

    The process of detecting gas leaks within industrial facilities can be susceptible to human error and interpretation, as well as dangerous and time-consuming. The RoboGasInstector is a type of robot system that was created with the intention of providing a safer, more efficient, and more reliable gas detection solution. This system delivers remote detection and localization of gas leaks, and was developed by a group of German companies and institutes. It uses a FLIR GF302 optical gas imaging camera.