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  • HOW OIL-WATER SEPARATORS WORK AND HOW TO USE THEM
    When it is necessary to remove oil from water, coalescing plate module type oil-water separators are often a good solution because they remove the oil using only gravity as the motive force. The separator modules are permanent and require little to no maintenance, no absorbents or other consumable
  • Refining of Edible Oils
    for some oils. * Process temperature is typically in the range of 120 - 160°F (50-70°C). * Neutralization process temperature may be higher, up to 200°F (95°C). * The strength of the sodium hydroxide solution varies according to the acid content and oil type. * During bleaching, a filter aid
  • DESIGN AND OPERATION OF A HYDROELECTRIC PLANT OIL-WATER SEPARATOR REFITTED WITH HIGH-EFFICIENCY SEPARATION MEDIA
    The Chelan Public Utilities District (PUD) facility at Rock Island dam was provided with two identical oil-water separators for treating wastewater in 1992. They were provided with a type of media that was originally designed for sanitary sewer plant trickling filters and is not optimized for oil
  • Incremental Ring-core Determination of the Principal Residual Stress in a Duplex Stainless Steel Centrifuge (.pdf)
    Large separator centrifuges are widely used in the production of corn oil, cornstarch, and starch derivatives found in many household products including bread, toothpaste, diapers, and filters. A photo of a large centrifuge is shown in Figure 1. Centrifuges are used to efficiently separate
  • U.S. and International Fuel Cell Patents | May 2006 | FCT | 7MS.com
    ), Method for fabricating a seal-integrated separator, Masajiro Inoue, Toshihiko Suenaga, Nobuaki Kimura, and Keisuke Andou, Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (JP). U.S. 7,008,597 (20060307), Catalytic reactor, Hendrik Martinus Wentinck and Jacobus Antonius Jozef Smit, Shell Oil Co. U.S. 7,008,604
  • U.S. Patents | May 2006 | A B T | 7MS.com
    , Toshiaki Shimada, Takahiro Kuriiwa, and Yoshio Nuiya, Honda Giken Kogyo Kabushiki Kaisha (JP). U.S. 7,008,465 (20060307), Cleanable high efficiency filter media structure and applications for use, Kristine M. Graham, Timothy H. Grafe, and Mark A. Gogins, Donaldson Co., Inc. U.S. 7,008,526 (20060307

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