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We specialize in

water treatment &

disinfection technology


Selecting the right water treatment can be difficult as the physical and chemical characteristics of produce water change from location to location. Water treatment options differ according to the intended final use. 


Chemical oxidation via permanganate can be an effective option for produced water treatment, especially if lab tests point to issues with iron or sulfur.


There are a few primary treatment technologies employed for the treatment of PW. These include phase separations, use of gravity oil/water separators, dissolved air floatation, distillation, and chemical treatment. Among electrochemical methods, electrofloatation and electrodialysis (ED) are being used around the world. ED can remove more than 95% of oil and grease and 89% of total dissolved solids (5). On the other hand, electrofloatation can remove 72% water insoluble oil without addition of any flocculent.


Electro-coagulation systems are an effective method to clean wastewater on-site, especially when combined with other processes.


The simultaneous action of advanced hydrodynamic nano cavitation, electrocoagulation and active chemical species formed in situ provide a unique synergistic effect resulting in a high-efficiency purification process. The System is capable of removing heavy metals, fats, oil, grease, complex organics, bacteria, viruses and cysts, and suspended and colloidal solids; breaking oil emulsions in water and processing multiple contaminants.

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