biosolids-to-fertilizer Applications

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Nutrient analysis for fertirrigation/fertilizers

by NT Sensors S.L.     based in El Catllar, SPAIN

Nutrient analysis for fertirrigation/fertilizers.

Enhanced Biosolids and Bio Sludge Dewatering with Wilsa EWC

by Hudson Industries     based in Vienna, OHIO (USA)

IMPROVED BIOSOLIDS/ BIO SLUDGE DEWATERING WITH WILSA® CONDITIONING The WILSA ElectroWave™ effect can be used to condition polar fluids to alter their physical properties, improving several chemical and physical processes. - Reducing surface tension to improve the ability of water to repel solids - break physical / chemical emulsions - Increasing the contact angle of water - improve coalescing of solid particulate toaccelerate phase separation - Lowering the viscosity of water - reduce friction of flocculated solids dropping through less viscous water - Lower viscosity, reduced surface tension and increased contact angle of water - improve aeration of wastewater Installation of WILSA® ElectroWave Conditioner upstream of a belt press at a wastewater treatment plant resulted in polymer usage dropping by >50% while achieving much dryer solids.

Gas Detection Solutions for Fertilizer Manufacturing

by Boreal Laser Inc.     based in Edmonton, ALBERTA (CANADA)

Ammonia is a notoriously difficult compound to measure accurately and reliably using standard chemical sampling techniques. The great advantage of the optical laser gas detection technique for quantitative ammonia monitoring is that the optical measurement does not affect the air being sampled – and so a true, undisturbed value for ammonia concentration can be determined. The very high resolution and specificity of the laser method also means that is no interference from other gases in the air (for example, water vapor) – such interferences complicate other optical techniques using IR or UV.

Continuous emissions monitoring for fertilizer industry

by Opsis AB     based in Furulund, SWEDEN

Process control and emissions monitoring in a fertilizer plant is a challenge due to the high concentrations of HF. To use an extractive system in this environment will demand a lot of maintenance.

Applications and Air Pollutants Removed in the Fertilizer Industry

by Bionomic Industries Inc.     based in Mahwah, NEW JERSEY (USA)

Wet Scrubbers, dry collectors, wet electrostatic precipitators and complete engineered systems for urea, MAP, DAP, TSP and AN Plant rotary dryers and coolers, reactors and ammoniation granulators, pug mills, rock acidulation, curing, storage and material handling operations to control emissions of: particulate, including phosphate rock dust, ammonium phosphate, ammonia, nitric acid, NOx, phosphoric acid, hydrogen fluoride, silicon tetrafluoride, sulfuric acid, removal. Complete systems for scrubbing and recovery/reconcentration of fluorosilicic acid up to 25% concentration.

Emissions Monitoring for Fertilizer Plants

by Opsis AB     based in Furulund, SWEDEN

The versatile Opsis DOAS system provides comprehensive emissions monitoring and process control in the fertilizer industry.

Environmental monitoring solution for fertilizer plants

by Ecotech Pty Ltd     based in Knoxfield, AUSTRALIA

Measurement of particulates, SO2, NOX, ammonia, fluorides and greenhouse gas emissions from the fertilizer industry requires careful selection of instruments. Ecotech offers a complete monitoring solution tailored to this industry.

Industrial Solution for petrochemical, oil & fertilizer

by Macrotek Inc.     based in Markham, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Refineries and chemical plants increasingly face stringent environmental regulations in today’s industry while also consistently attempting to maximize output efficiency. Macrotek offers customized scrubbing technology designs to meet each unique refining application. An experienced engineering team and proven emission control technologies make Macrotek ideal for the extensive scope of refining processes.

Vacuum excavation solutions for fertilizer plants sector

by Vac-Tron Equipment     based in Okahumpka, FLORIDA (USA)

Fertilizer Plant Clean‐up and General Maintenance. Vac‐Tron vacuum excavation models are currently being used at various fertilizer plants for general clean‐up and removal of muriatic acid waste. It is highly recommended that the inside of the debris tank and filter housing be protected with a coating that will resist the corrosive effects of the acid. Proper clean up is a must.

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