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Whatever the setting, and however contaminated your water, BakerCorp has a solution. That's the message shared by Mehrzad Emanuel (Vice President, Filtration), Doug Herber (Vice President, Water Treatment Technology), and Bruce Lesikar (Director of Engineering) in this video presentation from WEFTEC, where they discuss BakerCorp's electrocoagulation technology and its mobile treatment platform with Water Online Chief Editor Kevin Westerling.
Produced water (PW) is salty water trapped in the reservoir rock and brought up along with oil or gas during production. It subsists under high pressures and temperatures, and usually contains hydrocarbons and metals. Therefore, it must be treated before being discharged to surface water. Different techniques are being used to treat PW through phase separations, system control and design, and chemical treatments. In this paper, we discuss our experimental results on treating PW through electrocoagulation (EC).
A U.S. light aircraft manufacturing company uses an alkaline cleaner followed by an alkaline de-smutter, rinse, acid de-smutter (possibly using potassium permanganate), rinse, alodine, and a final rinse. The three 1,700 gal rinses are dumped approximately once each week, or more often, based on the pH.
A major U.S. waste management company provided a sample of wastewater generated by an underwater ship cleaning operation. The sample was to be tested in the KASELCO laboratory for removal of copper and zinc and for improvement of clarity (suspended solids removal). Customer is interested in treating 50GPM.
XXXX Plating Company operates a decorative plating shop in Los Angeles, Ca., doing finishes in nickel, copper, and chromium.
A California electroplater offers a number of finishes including nickel, EN, chromium, chemfilms, copper, cadmium, and zinc. They formulate most of the plating chemicals used in the plant, including the electroless nickel baths.
A food manufacturer in Washington state had a source of well water contaminated with vegetable and fish oils. A five gallon sample was was sent to Kaselco for testing via our electrocoagulation process.
A milk producer operates an evaporated milk production facility that generates an average of 58,000 gpd of contaminated water with spikes of 1,200 gallons up to 12 times per day. Two 2,000 gallon batch tanks are used for pH adjustment before discharge. Most of the flow goes through the tanks.
An international mining company was looking at electrocoagulation for waste treatment at a copper mine in South America. A sample from ore processing was provided for bench-scale testing.
Samples tested were from a hog feeding operation that uses a pull plug and flush system. The water supply for the barn is from the anaerobic lagoon.
This document describes a concept for a 10-25 circulating Kaselco trailer-mounted reaction system followed by dissolved air flotation (DAF).
What is water hammer, and what is really happening during the water hammer effect? If untreated, water hammer can be dangerous to water treatment plants, as it can cause severe damage, including burst pipes or system failure for treatment stations. Download this white paper to learn what water hammer is, uncover its causes, and learn the steps necessary to reduce or eliminate it.
Rain or shine, one thing is certain: BakerCorp delivers solutions that fit customers’ needs to a “T.”
Five years after the events of September 11th, signs of healing and a return to normalcy can be seen in the heart of New York City as a rebuild of the World Trade Center quickly gets underway.
When BakerCorp Regional Branch Manager Derrell Miller received a call requesting 80 frac tanks, he thought it was a mistake—requests for 80 frac tanks just don’t happen every day.