aqueous waste streams Equipment

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Purolite - Model S110 - Removal of Boron from Concentrated Aqueous Solutions and Waste Waters

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Purolite S110 is a macroporous polystyrenic based resin, with functional groups specially designed for the selective removal of boron from concentrated aqueous solutions and waste waters. It is effective for such solutions over a wide range of pH values, and over a wide range of boron concentrations. The presence of boron ions in process streams ...

Purolite - Model C107 - Deionization & Softening of Water & Aqueous Organic Solutions

by Purolite Corporation     based in Bala Cynwyd, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

Purolite C107 is a high capacity polyacrylic weak-acid cation exchanger developed for water dealkalization. It has particularly fast kinetics combined with the high capacity. The functional groups of the carboxylic type give high chemical efficiency in many applications, especially for the removal of bicarbonate alkalinity in water treatment, ...

Model EDI Series - Electrodeionization Systems

by Pure Aqua, Inc.     based in Santa Ana, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Electrodeionization (EDI) Systems remove ions from aqueous streams, typically in conjunction with reverse osmosis (RO) and other purification devices. Our high-quality modules continually produce ultrapure water up to 18.2MW/cm. EDI may be run continuously or intermittently.

Hilliard - Ceramic Membrane Crossflow

by The Hilliard Corporation - Star Systems Filtration Division     based in Elmira, NEW YORK (USA)

The Ceramic Membrane Filtration System utilizes high-velocity fluid 'crossflow' across the face of the membrane. The oil-free water passes through the ceramic membrane while the oily waste is concentrated in a process reservoir.

System for Salt Containing Wastes

by Callidus Technologies - a Honeywell Company     based in Tulsa, OKLAHOMA (USA)

Aqueous or organic waste streams containing inorganic or organic salts require that the Thermal Oxidizer be down-fired to prevent the accumulation of molten salts in the oxidizer furnace. Aqueous waste streams are injected directly into the Thermal Oxidizer while organic waste may be burnt like a fuel and fired through the burner. Salt or ash ...

Anaerobic Digestion for Waste Water

by Hy-Bon Engineering Co.     based in Midland, TEXAS (USA)

One of the by-products of anaerobic digestion in a sewage treatment plant is produced vapor from the digester tank. This relatively low BTU gas (typically 900-1000 BTU/cu. ft.) is comprised primarily of 55% methane and 45% carbon dioxide (CO2). Sewage digestion takes place in an aqueous environment, therefore, the gas is saturated with water when ...

Verantis - Liquid Waste Incineration Systems

by Verantis Environmental Solutions Group     based in Middleburg Hts, OHIO (USA)

Effectively incinerate chemical and pharmaceutical liquid wastes. Verantis engineers all styles of liquid waste combustion systems for a broad range of industrial, chemical, and pharmaceutical hazardous waste applications. We will design your system in either a horizontal or vertical down fired configuration to meet your unique needs. Each liquid ...

Liquid Waste Solidifier

by Arcus Absorbents Inc.     based in Toronto, ONTARIO (CANADA)

LWS is a granular solidifying agent specifically developed to absorb water-based liquids. It is non-toxic, odorless and when wet, swells to form a tight gel that holds water molecules under pressure.

AdEdge - Adsorption Systems

by Adedge Water Technologies, LLC     based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

In the adsorption process, contaminants in the aqueous stream break their bond with water molecules and chemically adhere to a filter media. In most systems this is accomplished by directing the water flow through pressure vessels containing the filter media at a rate that allows enough contact time for the adsorption to occur. Several medias have ...

AdEdge - Ion Exchange (IX) for Chemical Process System

by Adedge Water Technologies, LLC     based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA)

Ion exchange (IX) is a method of removing undesirable metallic salt ions dissolved in an aqueous stream by exchanging them with other ions attached to a media, such as a synthetic resin. This reversible chemical process occurs because ions have differing affinities for the resin and will replace those ions with less affinity or attraction as they ...

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