Pegas 3000 uses gases from compressed cylinders to provide precision gas mixtures of oxygen...
The PACT system combines biological treatment and carbon adsorption into a single, synergistic treatment step, resulting in significant cost savings and performance advantages over other systems.
LiquiSep® technology has been implemented specifically to help separate emulsions that are not separable by conventional coalescers. Conventional coalescers are unable to provide the degree clarity associated with LiquiSep® technology due to the inability to capture and remove the most penetrating droplets that cause carry-over. LIQUISEP® can separate these dispersed and emulsified droplets from the hydrocarbon to practically nondetectable levels. Advances in the technology now permit horizontal installations, further reducing capital cost. The effluent from a typical LiquiSep® separation consist of two separate phases. One phase is a clear product hydrocarbon stream, and the second phase is a clear product aqueous stream.
The sample being measured is pulled under an adjustable vacuum created by an air driven eductor. Flow rates are controlled by an integral needle value with the velocity being indicated on a flow meter. The sample is passed across the sensor and exhausted, along with instrument air, via the exhaust port. If the aspirator is positioned in a “safe” area, it is advisable to pipe the exhaust back to the area it has come from. Sample line dross can be cleared by pressing the line purge button, diverting full pressure instrument air down the sample line.
Siemens’ Revive™ oily water membrane systems replace both filtration and flotation with a single step, eliminating the need for polymers and allowing for better oil recovery. Revive™ systems can achieve Oil & Grease and Total Suspended Solids levels of <1 mg/L, and Silt Density Index of <3.
The treatment of process water can have a substantial and serious impact on a facility’s bottom line results in the short term as well as over the life of the equipment.