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  • Pulling Money Out of Thin Air
    are techniques to manage both the supply side (compressors and air-treatment equipment) and demand side (distribution, storage systems, and end-use equipment) of a compressedair system. They can save dollars while work continues at an equivalent or improved level. The most obvious source of "found money " from
  • Improving Wastewater Treatment With Air Flow Instrumentation
    aeration basins. This process requires the pumping of compressed air into the aeration basins where a diffuser system ensures the air is distributed evenly for optimum treatment. Tiny micro-organisms in the aeration basins decompose biologically degradable organics in the wastewater. These micro-organisms
  • Air/Gas Mass Flow Meter Improves Wastewater Treatment Processing Efficiency
    million gallons per day. In planning for the wastewater treatment plant's expanded capabilities, the city's water engineers identified minimizing aeration basin compressed air energy costs as a goal.
  • Air-Motors and the Medical Industry
    Modern air motors are extremely well suited to steam sterilization, whereas electrical motors are always in danger of short-circuiting. Batteries can be damaged by steam treatment in autoclaves. They are also recharged outside the operating theatre and therefore remain non-sterile. This is a clear
  • Breath of Fresh Air
    and. four horizontal aspirator-type surface aerators installed across six. of the seven treatment cells - was the wrong equipment for a. lagoon 10 feet deep. Air never reached the bottom, and mixing air. and water at the surface created heavy stress on the motors. They. failed frequently.
  • Weight Control in Water Treatment Plant
    pumps,. and up approximately 15 vertical feet through a six-inch diameter pipe into the digesters. The materials. were moved with compressed air using 100HP compressors running 24/7. THE CHALLENGE: The cost to run the system in terms of electrical usage, and wear and tear to the equipment
  • Bio-Oxidation control of Air Emissions from Panel Board Production - A New Direction (.pdf)
    Biofilters or bio-oxidation systems have been used for control of air emissions, primarily odors, since the 1960's. Those early uses in the U.S. were largely relegated to odor control, primarily H2S, mercaptans and skatols, from wastewater treatment facilities. The Europeans were more aggressive
  • Crossflow Scrubber and Air Filtration Pilot System
    recognized that new designs may require on-site proof of capability prior to full system installation. Or, a pilot may serve as a useful waste characterization tool for developing wastewater treatment approaches (such as in wet FGD systems). As a result, Kimre TM offers a fully instrumented and durable
  • FRP Withstands Corrosive Environment
    In 2009, the city of Phoenix needed to install a walking surface at a lift station that houses a wet scrubber for foul air treatment. The station serves not only a senior living facility, but also the nearby Musical Instrument Museum.
  • Application Note: Detection of micro air bubbles in DNA analysis machine
    for rapid analysis in hospitals and other laboratories or treatment facilities.

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