Soil & Groundwater Applications in Missouri

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    Oxidation Reduction Potential (ORP)/Redox

    Oxidation Reduction Potential or Redox is the activity or strength of oxidizers and reducers in relation to their concentration. Oxidizers accept electrons, reducers lose electrons. Examples of oxidizers are: chlorine, hydrogen peroxide, bromine, ozone, and chlorine dioxide. Examples of reducers are sodium sulfite, sodium bisulfate and hydrogen sulfide. Like acidity and alkalinity, the increase of one is at the expense of the other.

    By Myron L Company Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Boiler Water Testing / Cooling Tower Water Testing

    Boilers and cooling towers share two major water related problems: deposits and corrosion. As steam is generated by a boiler or water evaporating from a cooling tower, dissolved minerals are left behind, increasing the concentration of these minerals. Additional minerals are introduced via the water added to makeup the water lost to steam/evaporation. Eventually, the minerals reach a level (or cycle) of concentration that will cause either loss of efficiency due to scale or damage from corrosion. This level can be determined by the Ryznar or Langlier indices and correlated to a conductivity or TDS range. Most people recognize problems associated with corrosion. Effects from scale deposits, however, are equally important. For example, as little as 1/8` of scale can reduce the efficiency of a boiler by 18% or a cooling tower heat exchanger by 40%!

    By Myron L Company Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Water Testing for Horticulture

    Modern growing practices include scientific evaluations of soil, water, fertilizers, diseases, etc. While some tests are best performed by a laboratory, others can be easily conducted on location, saving time and money. Three tests in particular, EC, pH, and ALKALINITY, can reveal valuable information about water quality, soil salinity, and fertilizer concentration. MyronL Company’s portable AGRI-METERS provide you with a simple, fast, and accurate means of testing these parameters.

    By Myron L Company Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Peristaltic pumps and fluid path technologies for pulp and paper

    High quality paper, coupled with lower production costs, is the formula for profitable paper making. Watson-Marlow pumps provide high metering accuracy and excellent resistance to the viscous and abrasive chemicals commonly used in the pulp and paper industry.

    By Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Liquid pumping for the fine chemical industry

    SPS pumps stand out from the competition for handling shear-sensitive suspensions, solutions, washing-up liquid and detergents, as well as very viscous media such as silicones

    By Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Peristaltic pumps and fluid path technologies for engineering

    Watson-Marlow positive displacement pumps provide reliable and low cost transfer of fluids for the widest range of equipment and plant applications.

    By Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Monitoring of hydrocarbons in bilge water

    The Situation

    Various processes onboard ships, such as machinery wash-down, maintenance, and leakage, generate oily wastewater. This contaminated water flow collects in the bilge of the ship. Marine diesel, lubricating oils, grease, as well as other contaminants may be present in bilge water. The bilge water is discharged overboard, with oil and grease concentrations in the discharged water limited by national and international regulations.

    By Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc. Office in Kirkwood, MISSOURI (USA).

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    Monitoring of phenol in water

    The Situation

    A plant located in the eastern United States manufactures phenolic resin for applications in plastics molding. This plant uses well water for cooling its reaction process and then discharges the water into a local creek.

    By Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc. Office in Kirkwood, MISSOURI (USA).

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    Monitoring of hydroelectric dam sumps

    The Situation

    Hydroelectric dams produce electric power by harnessing the force of the water flowing through the dam. There are numerous sources for oil spillage:

    • The hydroelectric turbines are lubricated by lubrication oils.
    • The very large water control valves are normally hydraulic powered and are lubricated with various greases and oils.
    • Vehicles including fork lifts, trucks, etc., can spill oils and fuels.

    Any accidental spillage of oil or grease or intentional wash down water containing minor amounts of oils, greases, and detergents must be collected and treated before discharge to the river. These fluids along with any water leaks are collected in sumps in the dam and are regularly pumped out. In many cases, the volume of water is substantial.

    By Turner Designs Hydrocarbon Instruments, Inc. Office in Kirkwood, MISSOURI (USA).

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    Peristaltic pumps and fluid path technologies for print and packaging

    The printing industry is under continual pressure to deliver high quality print, ever more quickly and competitively. Downtime between print runs costs money. Peristaltic hose and tube pumps from the Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group provide the performance and reliability the print industry needs.

    By Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

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    Assessing underground infrastructure for wastewater industry

    Nuclear and coal are still significant means of producing energy for electricity which is crucial for daily functionality. In order to generate power that meets everyday needs, pipeline infrastructure at these facilities need to be well maintained. Proactive inspections of these pipeline networks can improve pipeline integrity and safety for owners of power generation assets, as well as be a cost-effective means of maintaining them. The nation’s economy depends on electricity being available 24/7. EnTech helps you meet your energy provision needs.

    By EnTech Engineering Company based in Saint Louis, MISSOURI (USA).

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    Assessing underground infrastructure for aviation industry

    The average airport facility in the United States is more than 40 years old, and our newest major airport is 20 years old, so many of the nation’s airport facilities are coming to the end of their useful lives or need to be rehabilitated. Aviation infrastructure needs have to be addressed in order to ensure passenger safety, prevent flight delays, meet population travel needs and move goods more efficiently. Commercial enplanements keep rising on an annual basis, more flights mean constant maintenance of aviation infrastructure (i.e. jet fuel pipelines, runways, and parking lots). Having a non-destructive means of inspecting aviation infrastructure will give airport owners valuable information to make critical repair/replace decisions, increase efficiency during work-flow management, and prioritize budgets. EnTech®`s data will help your airports run smoothly.

    By EnTech Engineering Company based in Saint Louis, MISSOURI (USA).

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    Assessing underground infrastructure for water industry

    America’s growth and development is dependent on reliable water provisions. Currently 3.9 trillion gallons of water are consumed in the United States per month, & the average American uses 176 gallons of water per day. Sources for drinking water are becoming less reliable as time passes. While nearly 70 percent of the world is covered by water, only 2.5 percent of it is fresh with the rest being saline and ocean-based. Water is a precious resource, therefore needs to be conserved and used appropriately. In order to achieve this, water utilities must increase efficiency. Much of current water loss is blamed on outdated infrastructure since a large part of the water delivery systems in the United States dates back to years shortly after World War II. Water utilities require a thorough and cost-effective means of inspecting their assets. EnTech can help you meet your water sustainability and efficiency needs.

    By EnTech Engineering Company based in Saint Louis, MISSOURI (USA).

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    Assessing underground infrastructure for roads & bridges industry

    The United States has the largest road, highway, and bridge network in the world. It includes approximately 4 million miles of state and local roads, 136,000 miles of federal highways & 604,000 bridges. These networks are vital to the nation’s economy due to the ability to freely move people, goods and services. Most road and bridge networks have exceeded their useful lives and need to be rehabbed or replaced. There is an overwhelming need to find and repair deficient roads and bridges to ensure America keeps moving. Having a non-destructive means of inspecting road and bridge assets will give owners a cost-effective means of prioritizing repairs. EnTech makes sure your road and bridge networks are sustainable.

    By EnTech Engineering Company based in Saint Louis, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Differential level transmitter for VFD pump control & flow measurement

    An Ontario municipality deploys Portable flowmeters to solve flow rate discrepancies between sewage pump station effluent and lagoon influent flowmeters. Faced with suspension of construction permits due to flow rate uncertainty, the Township of North Glengarry called on Greyline Instruments to help troubleshoot two permanently installed flow meters.

    By Greyline Instruments Inc. Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

  • Solutions for recovering metals

    The mining industry relies on Calgon Carbon’s Granular Activated Carbon (GAC) to recover gold and other precious metals. Calgon Carbon’s ISEP® Technology is used to recover precious, rare earth and base metals, uranium, copper, nickel and zinc from ore, waste and reclaim streams. Our high-quality activated carbons have been developed and successfully proven to maximize efficiency by reducing the loss of precious metals and the consumption of carbon in three precious metal extraction techniques: Carbon-in-Leach (CIL), Carbon-in-Pulp (CIP) and Carbon-in-Column (CIC). When Ion Exchange is employed for metal recovery in leach and waste streams, Calgon Carbon’s ISEP ® system provides a continuous, consistent and high purity concentrated product while minimizing the use of chemicals, resin and wastes. Calgon Carbon’s continuous ion exchange systems are the most flexible, robust, and accepted in the industry.

    By Calgon Carbon Corporation Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

  • Tank Bottom Remediation

    With a Vulcan® Systems Thermal Desorption Unit, hydrocarbons are separated from the solids in the sludge. The treated solids have little to no residual hydrocarbons, resulting in an end product that can be disposed of easily and cost-effectively.

    By Vulcan Systems based in Moberly, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Disinfection solutions for water treatment industry

    Ballast Water Solutions. Ship ballasts often carry aquatic organisms that can cause a significant problem when transported from one body of water to another. In fact, the invasion of non-native species via ballast water has been described by maritime and environmental authorities as `one of the greatest threats to the world`s waterways.`

    By Calgon Carbon Corporation Distributor in MISSOURI (USA).

  • Floating Cover – Industry

    The Hexa-Cover Floating Cover is the optimum solution as a cover for almost any form of surface liquid, i.e.: Chemicals Chemical, Oil Oil, Leachate Leachate, Decoction Decoction, Food and Beverage Food and Beverage, Pulp and paper Pulp and paper, Hexa-Cover(R) Floating Tile Cover Fish farms, Slaughter houses Slaughter houses, Dairies Dairies, Cement plants Cement plants, Mines Mines, Dredging and excavation works Dredging and excavation works, , for controlling odor, heat loss, emission etc.

    By Hexa-Cover A/S Distributor in Southfield, MISSOURI (USA).

  • Drill Cuttings Remediation

    With a Vulcan® Systems Thermal Desorption Unit, Hydrocarbons are separated from the solids in the sludge. The treated solids have little to no residual hydrocarbons, resulting in an end product that can be disposed of easily and cost-effectively. What makes our equipment unique? The ability to recover diesel or oil in a way which maximizes the resaleability of use as a fuel.

    By Vulcan Systems based in Moberly, MISSOURI (USA).

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