It is estimated that 23-28% of Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSOs) are due to Fats, Oil and Grease (FOG). With significant growth in the commercial food sector on top of other high FOG producing industries such as metal processors, meat packers, cosmetic manufacturers and industrial laundry establishments, the need for publicly owned treatment plants (POTWs) and industries to regulate and monitor FOG is crucial to public health. Besides clogged sewer lines, high FOG levels also disrupt the effective operation of a wastewater treatment plant. An important feature of any FOG program is locating and monitoring high oil and grease producing industries and food service establishments. InfraCal TOG/TPH Analyzers provide a simplified procedure for FOG analysis based on solvent extraction and infrared absorption which can give the regulator or operator an on-site result in less than 10 minutes.
By Spectro Scientific Distributor in EGYPT.
Ozone is an allotropic form of oxygen; each molecule contains three atoms of oxygen instead of the usual two. Ozone is a powerful disinfectant and has been used commercially for the treatment of potable water since 1904. It is produced on site in the same way that ozone is formed naturally, by the discharge of electricity during a thunderstorm. A high voltage is passed across a gas stream containing oxygen. This method of ozone generation is called corona discharge. The energy of the high voltage splits an oxygen molecule (02) into two oxygen atoms (0) - which recombine with ordinary molecules of oxygen (02) to form ozone (03).
By atg UV Technology Distributor in SOUTH AFRICA.
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