Applications for Coulson Ice Blast in the Automotive sector:
- Removes sand and contaminants from casting box
- Removes contaminants from mold components
- Removes overspray buildup from hooks
- Removes residual slag and contaminants from weld line
- Cleans E-coat residue from fixtures
- Cleans blow mold cavity
- Cleans contaminants from mold cavity and plug
- Removes accumulated residue from mold, ports and release pins
- Removes accumulated release agent and residual foam
- Dechipping, deflashing, deburring of different components
- Removes accumulated mold release agent and residual molded material
- Aluminum clam shell molds
- Weld Line
- Removing paint
- Removing rust
By Coulson Ice Blast based in Port Alberni, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).
Airport operations lead to many different types of wastewater for example through general airport, hangar and logistics operations as well as refuelling and cleaning of the aircrafts. The effluent from the runways is contaminated with oils, lubricants, detergents and other chemicals.
By AWAS International GmbH based in Wilnsdorf, GERMANY.
A Contec oil mist separator (COMS), type 9.200/762, with special frame construction for the lubrication system of the energy supply is being used on the latest cruise ship of the Celebrity Cruises shipping line. The energy requirements of the cruise ship - built by Meyer Werft Papenburg - is covered by four MAN Diesel & Turbo SE, type 14V48/60CR, diesel engines. The Contec oil mist separator, type 9.200/762, with upstream demister and M6 filter cartridge ensures the reduction of particle contamination. Throughput: 1,200 Nm³/h @ 50 Hz.
By contec GmbH Industrieausrüstungen based in Bad Honnef, GERMANY.
PremiumReliable and effluent-free: VACUDEST in vehicle and transport cleaning. Means of transport have to be one thing above all else: Safe. That’s why the vehicles regularly undergo strict quality checks. They are thoroughly maintained, serviced and repaired, and this of course also includes careful cleaning. Effluent is produced which, due to the high degree of contamination, cannot be discharged into the public sewer system. It contains oil, grease, detergent and other impurities. This effluent is very expensive to dispose of. Internal treatment of such wastewater is a cost-effective alternative to disposal.
By H2O GmbH based in Steinen, GERMANY.
Effective filtration within aircraft and military equipment, to ensure all systems are free from contaminants, to guarantee safety, long service life, reliability and cost effective operation in the most demanding situations.
By Porvair Filtration Group based in Fareham, UNITED KINGDOM.
We design and manufacture solvent recyclers, water evaporators and washers for the automobile industry. For easy and efficient cleaning operations, and for collecting and recycling water or contaminated solvents, we’ve designed small, freestanding units for recycling and washing close to the source of contamination. We also offer large capacity recyclers and washers for complex industrial applications.
By International Surface Technologies based in Laval, QUEBEC (CANADA).
Stabilization and Containment of Airport Fluids. Airports take careful measures to capture, contain, and treat deicing fluid and fuel runoff. In capturing the deicing fluid, the GEOWEB system stabilizes the pavement aggregate base layer and stores the deicing fluid in the contained aggregate voids. Stormwater containment basins built with impervious liners prevent infiltration of jet fuel and other contaminants into the groundwater. The GEOWEB system covers and protects geomembranes from puncture and solar degradation.
By Presto Geosystems based in Appleton, WISCONSIN (USA).
Flexible, turnkey solutions for container cleaning. Cleaning industrial containers such as canisters, vats or IBCs produce large volumes of effluent. The type of impurities in this effluent depends heavily on what has been transported in the containers. That’s why effluent treatment requires a flexible system able to cope with all conceivable contaminants. Reconditioners are increasingly using modern vacuum distillation systems to do this. They work fully automatically, guarantee a high level of process reliability, minimal residue, and render a zero liquid discharge container cleaning process.
By H2O GmbH based in Steinen, GERMANY.
Temperature is an important factor in streams ecosystems. Heat tracers have been used to characterize contaminant transport, infiltration rates and energy exchange with groundwater, the atmosphere and radiation. The dynamics of these complicated water bodies is also affected by seasonal and diurnal patterns making characterization particularly challenging. Utilizing temperature measurements that capture spatial and temporal variations at stream ecosystem interfaces provides a mechanism for detailed characterization.
By Silixa Ltd based in Elstree, UNITED KINGDOM.
When concrete is contaminated with PCBs, radiation or other hazards, scabbling is often the only means of remediation. By removing a thin outer layer from a concrete surface, our shrouded power tools can make a structure safer for occupancy or demolition. Our powerful VAC-PAC® HEPA vacuum captures all dust, debris, and air-borne contaminants for easy transportation and disposal in standard 55-gallon (200L) drums. Whether you’re applying a new coating system or a concrete overlay, a Concrete Surface Profile number (CSP 1-9) is often specified according to ICRI’s Technical Guideline No 310.2R. The examples below illustrate how Pentek tools can achieve your requirements:
By Pentek Inc. based in Coraopolis, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).
Securing a reliable supply of water for extraction, handling and transportation is vitally important to mining companies looking to expand their operations. These companies will go to great lengths to meet this need, running pipelines hundreds of miles long from desalination plants on the coast and treating wastewater that is conventional held in tailings ponds. Wastewater treatment technologies can recover saleable metal that might otherwise be lost and prevent environmental contamination from highly acidic effluent streams. Developing the infrastructure and technologies to meet these challenges in the mining industry is driving a market worth $11.9 billon.
By Global Water Intelligence (GWI) based in Oxford, UNITED KINGDOM.
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