The capacity of the upflow filter system ranges from 60 to 1,000 gpm. Multiple units can be coupled to accommodate any larger flow requirements. By forcing the collected solids deep into the media, the upflow media filter achieves greater operational cycle time. Filter media types can vary or even be combined for maximum efficiency in a given application. Options include silica sand, garnet and anthracite coal. Available in vertical open top or pressure vessels, this upflow filtration system is designed for effective removal of solids, colloidal silica and color from river water to protect an ion exchange or membrane system. It is also used for removal of hardness precipitation in brine service.
Scientists from ExxonMobil and the Georgia Institute of Technology have developed a potentially revolutionary new technology that could significantly reduce the amount of energy and emissions associated with manufacturing plastics.
GE recenty announced that Federated Co-Operatives Limited’s Co-op Refinery Complex in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, is installing GE’s advanced water recycling technology for a wastewater improvement project that will enable the refinery to clean 100 percent of its wastewater on-site.
Total motor gasoline deliveries, a measure of consumer gasoline demand, moved up 2.4 percent from July 2015, to average nearly 9.7 million barrels per day.
API recently released a new report, with the Association of Oil Pipe Lines (AOPL), confirming that pipelines continue to be one of the safest ways to efficiently transport energy across the United States.
Inspectors of Lloyd’s Register are optimising inspection regimes thanks to their accredited status using the OVID web based inspection tool to reference inspection reports.