|Feed: 180 mg/l, oil||Product: 4.6 mg/l, oil|
|Feed: 5,000 mg/l, oil||Product: 4 mg/l, oil|
|Feed: 231 PPM SS*||Product: 1.4 PPM SS*|
|* Suspended solids passing a 200 mesh screen and held on a 325 mesh screen|
In one step - the cleaned water is either reused or discharged.
In pretreatment before your existing system. Emulsions are removed and your system is not fouled.
Industrial wastewater containing oils, emulsions, and/or suspended solids enter the General, our 55 gallon drum containing 15 lbs. of BoniFibers H. Dissolved material (VOC & < 10 PPM oil, < 2 PPM solids) leaves the barrel where it is then filtered through activated carbon, a membrane filter, ion-exchange system, or reverse osmosis, leaving you with cleaner water.
In post-treatment to do a better job (emulsions are removed).
Water that has already been treated by gravity separation, oil skimming, air flotation, or centrifugal separation is filtered through our 55 gallon drum containing 15 lbs. of BoniFibers H.
Our water pollution control barrel, has the following specifications:
Size: 55 Gallon Diameter (A): 24" Height (B): 35" Inlet: C-1"MPT Outlet: E-1"MPT Drain: E-1"FPT Flow Rate, GPM: 10 GPM Maximum Pressure: 10 psig Max. design Temp.: 140 deg. F Cover:
• Removable 16 gauge lid
• Ring-and-bolt closure
• Poly-clad cellulose gasket
Suggested flow diagrams of BoniFiber H applications:
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Performance Removing water from oil Removing oil from water
In the hundreds of installations of BoniFibers H, most of our customers do not take an analysis of oil concentration of the waste water entering and exiting the container of BoniFibers H.
They are happy just as long as they can reuse the exiting (cleaned) water, or discharge it to either the municipal sewers or the local streams with the approval of the local Pollution Control Authorities.
But, following are results that some of our customers have reported. The variation in the results is due to the variety of the kind of oils being recovered.
in water entering
in water leaving
REMOVAL OF OIL
150 ml/l 3.5 ml/l 97.7 % 180 ml/l 4.6 ml/l 97.4 % 20 ml/l 0 ml/l 100.0 % 5000 ml/l 4 ml/l 99.9 % 129 ml/l 6.5 ml/l 95.0 % 200 ml/l 2 ml/l 99.0 % 80 ml/l 10 ml/l 87.5 % 405 ml/l 0 ml/l 100.0 %
231 ppm 1.4 ppm 99.4 %
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