coalescing oil water separators Equipment in North Carolina

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Enprotec - Coalescing Oil/Water Separators

by PAPSCO, Inc.     based in Cleveland, OHIO (USA)

Separation of 2 immiscible fluids using coalescing filter media.

Tenco Hydro - Model Clari-Pac C - Coalescing Oil Water Separator

by Tenco Hydro, Inc.     based in Brookfield, ILLINOIS (USA)

The Tenco Hydro Clari-Pac C is used to separate free floating oil in wastewater. The influent energy is dissipated and evenly distributed as it enters the coalescing chamber, where coalescing media produces a weaving flow pattern to promote contact and coalescence of smaller oil globules into larger sizes. The increased rise rate due to the larger ...

TPC - Coalescing Oil Water Separators

by Treatment Products Corporation     based in Thorndale, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

The coalescing media creates a uniform cross-sectional resistance and the back pressure helps to evenly distribute the flow through the media. The bulk liquid flows through the coalescing media promoting intimate contact with the oil droplets and the media surface. The coalesced oil takes the least restricted path to exit and rises or floats ...

ZCL - Coalescing Oil/Water Separators

by ZCL Composites Inc.     based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA)

ZCL uses multiple angle plates that are virtually self cleaning and each tank is designed for easy removal of plate packs for full maintenance. Oil contamination can be reduced to as low as ten parts per million.

PANEL - Model XL - Enhanced Coalescing Oil Water Separator

by Freytech Inc.     based in Miami, FLORIDA (USA)

Enhanced coalescing oil water separator for large oily water flow rates : PANEL XL. Depending on the model selected, each individual panel can handle flow rates of either 320 gallons per minute (GPM) or 640 GPM. Achieves below 5 parts per million (PPM) separation of free non-emulsified oil (below 10 PPM for many types of light crude oil). By far, ...

Hilliard HILCO Hilcosep - Coalescer Separator

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

The Hilcosep was designed to remove moisture and particulate contamination from steam and gas turbine lube oils. Self-sufficient stand-alone models with reservoir capacity ranging from 2,000 gallons to 12,000+ gallons and portable models as well as custom designs are available.

Coalescing Oil Water Separator w/ Auto Skimmer

by Starr Manufacturing Inc.     based in Vienna, OHIO (USA)

Hudson Industries Oil Water Separators with automatic skimmers can efficiently gather additional hydrocarbons from your wastewater stream for remediation while generating additional revenue.

Alkota - Coalescing Plate Oil-Water Separator

by Alkota Cleaning Systems, Inc.     based in Alcester, SOUTH DAKOTA (USA)

Alkota offers three categories of products to remove contaminants from water: oil/solid coalescing, evaporators and media filtration. The Alkota Coalescing Plate Oil-Water Separator removes free oil and solids from water and produces effluent with less than 10mg/L of oil droplets larger than 20 microns. Our evaporators minimize your expenses by ...

API Oil Water Separator — Steel

by SkimOil Inc.     based in Carrboro, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

Coalescing oil water separators are passive, physical separation systems designed for removal of oils, fuels, hydraulic fluids, LNAPL and DNAPL products from water. Skimoil’s designed performance can be described by a combination of Stoke’s Law and current coalescing plate theory, wherein, the oil droplet rise rate and other parameters ...

The Cube Series Design

by HOH Corporation     based in Winston-Salem, NORTH CAROLINA (USA)

When certain materials are placed in the wastewater flow, removal efficiencies of oil increase due to impingement on their surface. Plastic media is particularly effective because of its oleophilic (oil attracting) characteristics. As fine oil droplets impinge upon or pass close to the plastic surface, they are attracted to it and adhere. ...

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