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  • Comparing Oil/Water Separator Coalescers: The Multi-Pack TM Vs. The Rest of the Pack
    the pages that follow describe some of the various coalescer designs on the market today. While each is manufactured to help oil droplets collide and coalesce to the top of a vessel, they all have an inherent problem with premature fouling. all coalescers are efficient when the process flow begins
  • Using Organoclays to Remove Oil From Water
    Facility owners and managers can evaluate their entire wastewater treatment system, including meeting discharge permits and the possible recycling of water, and the benefits of an oil/water separator/organoclay/activated carbon treatment system vs. having the water hauled away with potential
  • The True Cost of Ownership: Initial Purchase Price Vs.Long Term Costs of Oil Water Separators
    When evaluating various manufacturers' oil water separator offerings, there are some very important considerations to make in regard to total life-cycle costs of the equipment. Like most industrial wastewater equipment, an oil water separator is not a set-it-and-forget-it system. The initial
  • Treatment of Jet Fuel Storage Tank Condensate
    permitted discharge into a nearby river. The permanent treatment system at this terminal facility consists of an oil/water separator, a 30-inch column of OilSorb, and a column containing activated carbon for final effluent polishing.
  • U.S. Battery and Fuel Cell Patents :: ABT Online :: May 2008 :: Advanced Battery Technology ::
    U.S. 7,338,248 (20080304), Battery changing system for an industrial truck, Michael Buchmann and Udo Neumann, STILL GmbH (DE). U.S. 7,338,539 (20080304), Die cast battery terminal and a method of making, Robert W. Ratte and Norman E. Peterson, Water Gremlin Co. U.S. 7,338,545 (20080304), Apparatus
  • U.S. and International Fuel Cell Patents | May 2006 | FCT |
    ), 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 | November 2005 | A B T |
    U.S. BATTERY AND FUEL CELL PATENTS Compiled by Eddie T. Seo, Official Gazette, Volume 1298 (September 2005) U.S. 6,938,449 (20050906), Hydraulic forming process, hydraulic forming device and metal separator for a fuel cell formed by hydraulic forming process, Kenichi Kusunoki, Masanao Shiomi

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