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Articles & Whitepapers

  • Molybdenum-rare earth oxide alloy

    Molybdenum-rare earth oxide alloy

    Molybdenum-rare earth oxide alloy (Mo-REO), also called rare earth molybdenum, is an alloy of molybdenum and rare earth element oxides, which is an oxide dispersion-strengthened alloy, similar to rare earth tungsten. Commonly used rare earth element oxides are Y2O3, La2O3, CeO2, and Nd2O3

  • Pilot Project 2 Case Study

    Conducted in Saguenay, on a 28 MVA three-phase transformer installed on a 10’ x 20’ concrete base in an HV substation. Our hosts were the first to understand the potential of our concept ...

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Equipment & Solutions

  • Biological Enzyme for Oil Spill Bioremediation
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    Biological Enzyme for Oil Spill Bioremediation

    OSE II is not a bacteria (bug), fertilizer or dispersant product. OSE II is a biological enzyme that converts the waste into a natural food source for the enhanced native bacteria found in the environment. The end result of this process is CO2 and water. OSE II will reduce your cleanup costs and permanently eliminate the hazardous waste problem in place, with no secondary cleanup required.

Upcoming Events

  • Oil Spill Response Strategies and Tactics Training Course
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    Oil Spill Response Strategies and Tactics Training Course

    Training at Ohmsett takes the learning from the classroom, to the 2.6 million gallon wave tank.  That’s where students receive hands-on training with the latest spill response equipment and techniques used in the field during Oil Spill Strategies and Tactics Training, September 8-11, 2020 in Leonardo, New Jersey.