Oxidation Systems

PRODUCTS

  • Xylem's vertical turbine pumps have the versatility to solve the unique challenges of your application.

  • The Thermo Fisher ScientificTM POWERx dual side shoot x-ray inspection systems designed for glass in glass inspection, provides superior detection in pharmaceutical vials. The patented dual beam approach reduces blind spots to nearly zero, increasing the probability of detection. This system complies with the pharmaceutical regulations.

  • Our cross functional teams of technical and subject matter experts, many of whom come from industry, have successfully collaborated with clients around the world to produce facility and site master plans identify the gaps between business needs and facility and site assets. Our proven five-step process of: aligning, collecting, analyzing, developing, and recommending achieves an outcome focused on the goals and objectives.

  • The RFvision-3 is a tunable ultra-wideband spectrum processing solution designed for 1 GHz bandwidth RF spectrum recording with advanced pulse processing. This rack-mount (3U) system is based on the DTA-9590W ultra-wideband tuner and DTA-5000 RAID server with 24 TB SSDs. It operates from 500 MHz to 18 GHz (expandable up to 40 GHz) and features 100 MHz instantaneous bandwidth.

  • Krämer dedusters ensure a smooth operation daily at the sites of hundreds of pharmaceutical companies, ranging from multinationals to small local manufacturers of tablets and capsules. The company's E80-N tablet deduster is Ideal for production of middle-sized charges and research applications

WHITE PAPERS AND CASE STUDIES

  • Predictive Biomarker Signature Characterization

    A client was developing a new drug for complex neurodegenerative disease in pre-clinical development. The drug may be only effective for a particular subgroup of patients. They needed to generate a hypothesis on the molecular pathway and the targeted drug activity and identify a biomarker signature defining potential response to the new drug. Read how Cytel’s analysis produced a biomarker signature that was provided to the client for in-vivo validation.

  • Continuous Drug Product Quality By Design (QbD) Modeling

    A major pharmaceutical manufacturer needed to improve the QbD modeling process it used in R&D, enabling it to avoid failed batches and deviations in production. A solution allowed them to analyze a continuous pharmaceutical drug product wet granulation step with a Design of Experiments (DOE) to determine a multivariate QbD process model. The goal was to apply the multivariate design space to commercial production for process monitoring and identification of deviations.

  • Microbiological Monitoring Of Paints Using 2nd Generation ATP

    A paint manufacturer produces a wide range of paint products for industrial, commercial, and residential applications. The products are manufactured in large batches of up to 10 tons. Before each batch is packaged and shipped, a number of tests are performed to ensure that the product meets strict quality control requirements. 

  • MSP Simplifies Audits And Cuts Onboarding Time By 50% With Actionable Alerts

    5th Gear Technology Concepts’ President Glenn Porter takes a proactive approach to his company, always on the lookout for ways to take his MSP to the next level. Though he had heard of Roar previously and found the concept interesting, he was hesitant to sign on for another tool at the time. It wasn’t until one fateful day when he went digging through countless tickets and documentation looking for an answer to a client’s question and, frustrated he couldn’t find it, finally decided it was time to give Liongard’s automated documentation tool a try.

  • Calgon Carbon Initiates Emergency Response To PFAS Detection

    Blades, Delaware, a small town in Sussex County, provides drinking water to more than 1,300 residential and business locations throughout the community. In 1981, the citizens of Blades voted to improve their water and sewage facilities by establishing a central water supply and tying all properties into the nearby Seaford Sewer System. By February of 1982, the project was complete and since then the town has had a clean and safe municipal water supply.

  • Simple And Smart: How Radio-Read Meters Are Improving Meter Reading

    When Hank Zwart took over as director of public works in 2014, the city was in the initial phases of installing a walkby system that was eight-year-old technology. Knowing this older metering technology is not the best way forward, Zwart and the City of Prescott decided to implement the latest AMR technology that supports future migration to AMI. To meet this goal, City of Prescott chose Kamstrup’s READy AMR system.

  • TITAN MBR™ Microfiltration Provides Private Development Site With Water Reuse Capabilities

    When developers of a condominium complex sourced wastewater treatment systems, it did so with two primary requirements: efficient land utilization and high effluent quality to meet stringent guidelines. State regulators advised the developers to discuss combining its wastewater system with the owner’s association of an adjacent housing development, whose existing wastewater treatment system was aging and required augmentation.

  • Using Rapid Guide Screw (RGS) For Precision Motion In New Sample Digestion System Is A Smart Move

    New technologically advanced devices are constantly being developed for use in environmental laboratories. Generally speaking, their primary benefits lie in reduced analysis time, increased accuracy and greater reliability. A fully automated sample digestion system for mercury and metals sample preparation, DEENA helps alleviate the bulk of manual sample preparation while greatly reducing errors associated with sample handling. With less time devoted to sample preparation, laboratory personnel are free to perform other duties with the peace of mind that DEENA will provide consistent data in a clean, safe and timely fashion.

  • Wet Dust Collection For Dry Fertilizer Dusts

    Efficient dust collection, plus product recovery benefit fertilizer manufacturer.

  • Flood Event Prompts Portable Back-Up Pump Solution For Potable Water Network

    The Southern Iowa Rural Water Association (SIRWA) provides quality drinking water to the residents and communities of southwest Iowa. Included in its 4,000 miles of pipeline is a 16-mile, 12-inch line that runs from the city of Creston to Corning.

  • Kontent Core Ready For The Next ‘Stage’ With Backblaze B2 Cloud Storage

    Kontent Core is a music licensing platform and marketplace where music labels and artists can showcase their creative work, where ad agencies and television and film producers can discover breakout, memorable content for their productions, and where that content can be confidently and efficiently licensed, dramatically speeding production time.

  • Hexadrone Systems Uses Fischer Connectors For Rugged Miniaturization And Modularity

    Robotics and unmanned applications rely on connectivity solutions that combine miniaturization with ruggedness for high performance. Fischer Connectors translates these requirements into innovative custom solutions with the Fischer MiniMax Series connectors.

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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.