metering drum Articles

  • Chemical metering pumps solve CP&L’s demineralization problem

    In order to solve a plugging problem in injection system of its coal-fired Lee plan in Goldsboro, NC, Carolina Power & Light Co. replaced the system with two chemical metering pumps. The two chemical metering pumps, made by Hydroflo Corp., have withstood continuous exposure to regenerating chemicals for almost ten years and have required minimal maintenance to the utility. Lee ...

  • Four Differentiating Facts – Solenoid Vs Hydraulic Diaphragm Metering Pumps

    Cost of Ownership: While it is true that solenoid pumps are often less than half the purchase price of hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps, the total cost of ownership tells a completely different story. Hydraulic diaphragm metering pumps last over 10-15 years in the field with almost no maintenance. Solenoid pumps usually need service and replacement diaphragms every 6-9 months depending upon ...


  • A Masterful Performance In Ferrous Recovery

    Earlier this year, Master Magnets were contacted by Guernsey Recycling Ltd about an under-performing Drum Magnet that was supplied by one of Mastermag’s competitors. They were keen to find out whether or not Master Magnets felt that carrying out a refurbishment on their existing drum would enhance its performance. So that Master Magnets could get a better idea of the drums current condition ...


    By Master Magnets Ltd

  • Struvite screw presses removal trial case study

    Based on the lab supervisor’s recommendation, the plant ordered two 55 gallon drums of JS 9325 for a plant trial on the screw press. They set up a spray system to meter JS 9325 on the outer surface of the screw press. During the first five (5) days of the struvite removal trial, plant operations noticed that the openings on the screens were getting cleaner. They reduced the cleaning cycle ...


    By Struvite Removal

  • Case study - Primary settling tanks covering to prevent odors emission

    Primary settling tanks covering to prevent odors emission at the Cambrils Waste Water Treatment Plant The Catalan Water Agency (ACA) commissioned a project aiming to minimize odor emission from a Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) located in Cambrils (Tarragona) that suffered from bothersome smells coming from the primary settling tanks. Occasionally, ...


    By Bioconservacion SA

  • Continuous blender increases production, diminishes heat buildup

    CJB Industries, Valdosta, Ga., custom-formulates, processes, and packages chemicals and provides research, development, and engineering services. CJB's newest production line is for a high-loading solid that combines 50 percent liquid acid with 50 percent dry clay product, resulting in an 8- to 16-mesh dry corrosive granular material that resembles kitty litter. The customer for this material ...

  • Edmonton is a world-class composting city

    State-of-the-art compost facility draws visitors from around the world A Canadian composting facility has become a hub for industry experts from around the world. Visitors from virtually every continent have visited the Edmonton Composting Facility to learn how this state-of-the art facility is combining sewage sludge (biosolids) with residential solid waste, to create a high-quality ...


    By Vermeer

  • Lake Taneycomo surface water intake

    Client: City of Branson, Mo. Completion Date: 1997  Services Provided Microtunneling Public information program Permitting agency reviews Air backwash system Potassium permanganate feed system Inverted bulk drum storage Architectural features Architectural ...


    By Burns & McDonnell

  • Mixed MSW composting is steady as she goes

    Two new facilities came on line in 2006, while one ceased operation and a second is shifting to a new technology. Annual survey identifies a total of 14 plants. Part I STEADY-STATE may be the best phrase to describe the status of facilities composting mixed municipal solid waste in the United States. In fact, steady-state may be the best phrase to describe solid waste composting in general since ...


    By BioCycle Magazine

  • Noise, sound, decibels, hearing

    A decibel–a measure of sound. Like all short answers, this one leaves out a lot. When we hear a sound, its because our brain has received a nerve impulse from the nerve cells in the Inner Ear, which consist of a bone, called the Cochlea because it resembles a snail shell. These cells have long “hairs” that project into fluid inside the cochlea. There is a hole in the cochlea ...

  • Impact lead the way in paper and glass separation

    Impact Air Systems was recently contacted by one of the UK's leading recycling led waste management companies to help them improve the process following the recent introduction of domestic glass into the material stream. The company involved have requested to remain anonymous, but currently operate 6 large scale operations in the UK.   We were called to their facility in the West ...


    By Impact Air Systems

  • A breath of fresh air - Wet scrubbing eliminates odors associated with processing discarded liquid from cheese manufacturing

    When International Ingredient Corp.’s drying plant in Monroe, WI, opened in 1994, it was the first plant designed specifically for large-scale drum drying of dairy products for the feed industry. At that time, its only neighbor was a cheese producer. International Ingredient used a land spread technique to process the discarded liquids resulting from its neighbor’s cheese ...


    By Bionomic Industries Inc.

  • A breath of fresh air - Wet scrubbing eliminates odors associated with processing discarded liquid from cheese manufacturing.

    When International Ingredient Corp.’s drying plant in Monroe,WI, opened in 1994, it was the first plant designed specifically for large-scale drum drying of dairy products for the feed industry.At that time, its only neighbor was a cheese producer. International Ingredient used a land spread technique to process the discarded liquids resulting from its neighbor’s cheese manufacturing process. ...


    By Bionomic Industries Inc.

  • Bringing powdered metal blending in-house, rotary-style

    When processing powdered metal compounds for products such as gyro rotors, flywheels, counterbalances, boring bars and grinding quills, the proportion of powdered metal ingredients must be precise, and the distribution of those ingredients 100 percent uniform. Mi-Tech Metals, Indianapolis, IN, has been manufacturing products from high-density tungsten-based alloys for more than 26 years, during ...

  • Higher-Quality Pumps Work Best For Bulk Liquid Terminals

    When you’re running a dockside petroleum liquid products, chemicals and LPG/LNG or multiple bulk liquids terminal, your reliability as a supplier – and the ability to win repeat business – is heavily reliant on the quality of the fluid-handling equipment and pumping systems on hand. Reliability rules For terminal operators, reliable handling and high transfer ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Pro-X Nutraceuticals, a Roex company, triples mixing capacity, reduces labor and waste

    A former athlete and body builder named Rod Burreson searched for non-pharmaceutical supplements to enhance his physical condition, but none met his quality requirements, prompting him to develop and personally test his own formulations. Based on the health benefits he experienced, Burreson started a company in 1994 called Roex, Inc., that used contract manufacturers and packagers to ...

  • Start up of Indonesian Cinnamon Plant employs screen classifying cutter, rotary mixer

    Starting up a new process plant can be a tricky business for any company, but when it is the first plant the company has ever built and the location is halfway around the world from equipment suppliers, the project can be daunting. So it was with ForesTrade, Inc., when it set about building Indonesia's first state-of-the-art organic cinnamon-processing plant and an associated essential oils plant ...

  • Controlling scale deposits in the pulp & paper industry

    The pulp and paper industry is one of the heaviest users of water within the North American industrial economy, requiring on average 54 cubic meters of water per metric ton of finished product.  As water is used in nearly every part of the manufacturing process, accumulation of scale is a phenomenon that can occur in all pulp and paper making processes. This occurs even with the purest water ...

  • Chemical switch cuts costs improves safety case study

    By replacing the sodium sulfide chemistry used in its nitrogen oxide (NOx) scrubber with a non-hazardous NOx control chemistry, ChemResearch Co. Inc. (CRC; Phoenix, AZ) reduced its operating costs and eliminated a health and safety hazard. The BIONOxSOLVER chemistry, developed by Bionomic Industries Inc. (Mahwah, NJ), provides CRC with a safe, easy-to-handle, highefficiency NOx scrubbing ...


    By Bionomic Industries Inc.

  • Waste shredding protects resources in Indonesia - Case Study

    Cement production is among the core activities of building materials supplier Holcim. Holcim Ltd. can boast the most expansive geographical action radius in the global cements industry thanks to its subsidiaries in over 70 countries on all five continents. Recently, the company successfully inaugurated a modern recycling center in collaboration with its environmental technology partner Geocycle ...


    By WEIMA

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