Oxidation Systems

PRODUCTS

  • Bausch + Strobel SP-100 Powder filling Machine with control cabinet, stainless steel construction, with filler funnels and auger, serial# 51181, built 1998.

  • These solutions typically are formulated with a saline solution and a range of added ingredients, including cellulose gum thickening agents, surfactants, and active ingredients.

  • The LM-10M62G-20DBM-1W-24FF is a dual use limiter passive that has been designed for minimal insertion loss that operates over the 10 MHz to 62 GHz frequency range. This model is capable of handling an input power of 1 watt CW and 4 watts pulse peak with 1 µs PW, 1% duty cycle. The unit size is 0.53” X 0.7” X 0.26" and uses 2.4 mm female connectors that are removable for surface mount use.

  • Intermediate Bulk Containers (IBCs) are still widely used in the pharmaceutical industry for instance in oral solid dosage manufacturing.

  • The Model 685 is the world's fastest arbitrary waveform generator with industry-leading flexibility, speed, and power levels that allows users the widest range of modulation and creator options. It can be used for generating a complex pulse train, a series of radar pulses, pulsed RF signals with impairments, Gaussian pulses, multi-level pulses, double pulses for IGBT/Mosfet experiments, or pulses for advanced research and quantum computing.

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Improving Enrollment For Challenging Protocol

    When a customer needed to enroll patients in an ulcerative colitis (UC) study with rigorous protocol requirements, Elligo Health Research was brought on to assist. In this case study, discover the challenges and solutions for improving patient enrollment.

     
  • Conclusive & Positive Results Delivered Ahead Of Time – By Eight Months

    Most patients with Binge Eating Disorder (BED) seek help from psychiatrists, nutritionists, or obesity specialists, but there was no approved, effective pharmacologic treatment. With unanticipated interest in pivotal Phase 3 studies, we needed to line up and train the right resources while collaborating effectively with the central laboratory, data manager, and other participants.

  • Set For The Future—San Juan Water Implements Esri's ArcGIS Utility Network And Cityworks Computer Maintenance Management System

    San Juan Water District (SJWD) has used ArcGIS Utility Network as a foundation for the organization's computer maintenance management system (CMMS) implementation, which uses Cityworks. The Utility Network and the CMMS work from one centralized database for water distribution. The field crews can access the latest information and use the networking analysis capabilities for outage events via tablets in the field or a web browser in the office. The integration of these systems has improved reporting and inspection workflows while providing a single, authoritative source of truth. 

  • Prostate Cancer Clinical Utility Study

    To further enhance their prostate cancer test, a multinational healthcare company needed to compare its non-invasive urine test against biopsied tissues. But the logistics of identifying 2,000 patients and collecting tissues at 21 US urology centers within 6 months was daunting. Read how quick response by Catalyst and the geographic alignment of the team the study was completed within a short window of time.

  • Bearing Failure Prediction

    At many process manufacturing operations, bearings fail exponentially and with little notice, leading to downtime that can become expensive and making scheduled maintenance difficult. System interdependence often means that a failure of one bearing results in the subsequent failure of other system bearings. Being able to prepare for and prevent the first bearing failure can reduce the costly and harmful effects of unplanned bearing failures.

  • Successful Water Treatment And Reduced Costs

    Many water treatment plant upgrades and purchasing decisions are entirely determined by the price. However, long-term costs such as energy and maintenance, are often not considered in the initial stages. This potentially leaves treatment plants with ongoing and reoccurring expenses, which often result in higher energy bills, increased purchases of spare parts, and operator labor time. 

  • Major Pork Producer Saves Project Money With S&L Pump Station

    When a major pork producer sought cost-effective pumping solutions to one of its Kansas facilities’ wastewater system, the search led to an installation of a Smith & Loveless above-grade pump station.

  • Three Medical Device Design Challenges, Solved

    This case study explores three medical device design challenges and how Nordson MEDICAL devised optimal solutions with the innovative use of the film-cast process with polyimide and other polymers.

  • Eliminate Drug Discovery Errors Before They Happen – Why Picking The Correct Binding Technology Is Critical To Success

    Starting with the right tool is crucial in saving you time and money in the drug development process. This binding technologies toolbox covers Temperature Related Intensity Change (TRIC), Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR), Differential Scanning Fluorimetry (DSF), and Isothermal Titration Calorimetry (ITC).

  • Geospatial Artificial Intelligence And The New Italian Renaissance

    Under pressure to radically improve leak detection and prevention, Italian water utility Acquedotto del Fiora is the latest European water company to adopt geospatial artificial intelligence (AI) techniques as part of its plans to boost performance.

  • Domestic Wastewater Treatment In Telluride, CO

    Last Dollar is a year-round residential community located just outside of Telluride, Colorado. The facility had been reliant on an aging treatment system that was failing quickly and needed immediate replacement to prevent operational fines. The current technology would not meet the new and more stringent effluent requirements in Colorado, so the project had to be completed quickly and within a tight budget. AquaWorks DBO provided the permitting and site engineering support to ensure the project was completed in 8 months from contract award to system operation.

  • Transforming From Supply-Led To A Demand-Led Model To Support Commercial Gene Therapies

    In gene therapies supply chains, the focus is entirely patient-centric and the ‘volumes’ can often be as low as 1 dose per batch/lot, so the supply and distribution model needs to be much more flexible and precise.

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Oxidation Systems

Waste treatment, ground water remediation and food processing are some of the areas that heavily rely on oxidation systems. Ozone generators, hydrogen peroxide and potassium permanganate are some of the oxidation systems that are important in different oxidation processes. The acquisition of these oxidation systems can be easily done through specialized dealers. It is advantageous to deal through these dealers since they have vast knowledge of what are essential for different processes. Some of these dealers design sell and in certain instances lease these systems. Their experience with advanced oxidation systems, ozone and potassium permanganate makes them the best people to use when such and related concerns arise. 
There is no doubt about the transformation that the chemical oxidation technologies have taken. Specialists in the oxidation field work hand in hand with the interested parties in solving all their oxidation related needs. This sequential process begins with the selection of the appropriate oxidation need. Once a technology is selected, they work with the client step by step in designing the system that is suited to one’s application. Other than the identification and assembly, they will provide assembly and maintenance services.
There are certain elements of oxidation systems that one should always know when dealing with these systems. Injection trailers, metering systems and pilot testing systems are some of the things that might be relevant for different oxidation system types and scales. For instance, one involved in ozone oxidation need to be familiar with ozone generators and ozone pilot testing systems.
Like any other process, oxidation need ought to be measured by considering the aspects of benefits and cost. This calls for meticulous review of the energy and chemical costs as well as the by-products. Many tend to forget about the by-products during the initial planning phase until when they have to disinfect them.