Liquid Phase Filtration Applications
Fuel Gas Streams are frequently contaminated with liquid aerosols. The liquid exists as a stable and persistent “smoke” in the gas stream. The liquid contaminant can enter the gas stream through any one of a variety of events including – phase separation and condensation, compressor lube-oils from compression, chemical addition to pipelines (including corrosion inhibitors), and entrainment from overheads of contact towers.
By Pentair Filtration Solutions, LLC based in Conroe, TEXAS (USA).
General Carbon carries a complete line of activated carbon made from coal, coconut shell and wood for most liquid phase applications. These include acid washed activated carbon for drinking water and food grade applications as well as products suitable for waste water remediation, decolorization applications, chemical and pharmaceutical purification. Additionally, our specialty medias are best for the treatment of non-emulsified oils and heavy metals. Our stock of activated carbon for liquid phase applications are all NSF certified, meaning that they are approved for treatment of food grade applications.
By General Carbon Corp. based in Paterson, NEW JERSEY (USA).
TIGG’s activated carbon wastewater systems allow industry to meet environmental effluent requirements and discharge directly to POTWs or permitted surface waters. In some cases TIGG’s systems are used to recycle wastewater for non potable water applications to lessen demand on local water resources.
By TIGG, LLC based in Oakdale, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).
Toxic hydrocarbons in groundwater can be found dissolved in water diffused over the area. At higher concentrations they can be present as DNAPLs (dense non-aqueous-phase liquids) or LNAPLS (light non-aqueous-phase liquids) creating an enduring source of toxic contaminant supply to the water phase.
By MPP & TiPSS Technologies – Veolia Water Technologies based in Ede, NETHERLANDS.
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