waste plant equipment in Tennessee

  • Model PFL Series - Flash Plant

    Solve your Offshore pure water needs with no chemical pretreatment!.One of the lightest, smallest, most reliable designs available - our PFL 2-Stage Watermakers offer a process based on 30 years of experience proven in thousands of seawater applications. Our optional waste heat system guarantees performance, capacity and water quality for offshore ...

    By Aqua-Chem based in Knoxville, TENNESSEE (USA).

  • GEA Bischoff - Model DeNOx - Denitrification of Waste Gases

    For the denitrification of waste gases from glass furnaces or fluid catalytic crackers (FCC) plants GEA Bischoff offers the SCR DeNOx process. Selective catalytic reduction (SCR) is considered the most efficient commercially proven method of removing nitrogen oxides (NOx) from off-gases.

    By GEA Bischoff GmbH Office in Memphis, TENNESSEE (USA). from Denitrification of Waste Gases Product line

  • Digester / WWTP Bio Gas Recovery

    Millions of gallons of sewer water is returned to Waste Water Treatment Plants (WWTP) for cleaning. The sewer water comes from households as well as commercial & industrial facilities.

    By Pioneer Air Systems based in Wartburg, TENNESSEE (USA). from Digester / WWTP Bio Gas Recovery Product line

  • Model C & CX Dust - Dust Collectors

    Rees-Memphis manufactures a quality line of small cyclone dust collectorsused inside the shop or plant and located near the production process. These stand-alone, enclosureless units are flexible in design, easy to install, and simple to maintain. The Model C and CX Dust Collectors have successfully collected dust and scrap waste for over 25 years ...

    By Rees-Memphis, Inc. based in Memphis, TENNESSEE (USA). from Dust Collectors Product line

  • Model K - Cyclone Separators

    REES offers a Model K cyclone separator which is used in applications where large particles exist like chips or shavings. The Model K does this when the speed of the dust filled air stream is slowed down, heavier dirt particles settle out from the air stream by gravity and fall into a hopper where they are collected. Large diameter cyclones can ...

    By Rees-Memphis, Inc. based in Memphis, TENNESSEE (USA). from Cyclone Separators Product line

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