Evoqua Water Technologies has developed computer modeling to make granular activated carbon (GAC) usage estimates quick, easy and reliable. The proper sizing of carbon adsorber beds requires an estimation of GAC usage rates.
We have devoted nearly forty years to perfecting the design and execution of demanding operational and environmental monitoring systems. Our state of the art technologies, along with long term distinguished industry performance, are qualities incorporated with each delivered system.
Real-time, respirable dust monitor for use in United States based mining applications
Tri-Mer’s UltraCat ceramic filter system is compatible with standard mercury removal techniques. Control of mercury is notoriously difficult: each instance is analyzed individually and customized solutions are engineered. A few general observations can be offered, however.
Evoqua Water Technologies operates three regional state-of-the-art reactivation and recycling facilities to handle RCRA hazardous and non-hazardous liquid and vapor phase spent carbon.
This lightweight and compact hyperspectral-imaging sensor uses Fourier Transform Infrared (FT-IR) technology. It provides unparalleled spatial and spectral information about the IR targets under measurement.
LGR's Fast Methane Analyzer (FMA) provides continuous measurements methane (CH4) at speeds up to 20 Hz. The analyzer is simple to use, low power and rugged which makes it ideal for a wide variety of field studies that involve measurements of these greenhouse gases. The ability of LGR analyzers to make true measurements at data rates of 20 Hz makes them excellent choices for eddy covariance flux measurements and for mobile leak (e.g., natural gas, coal seam gas, coal bed methane) detection.
Tri-Mer industrial exhaust hoods are ideally suited for corrosive or volatile exhausts: mists, vapors, gases, aerosols and fine particulate.
The Mobile PV® Series Carbon Adsorption System is a trailer-mounted option which features our PV® Series liquid phase carbon adsorbers in a self-contained unit and is ideally suited for temporary or emergency events, or, to pilot test new technology -- all without the need of capital investment.
Evoqua Water Technologies' mobile pretreatment trailers are self-contained, trailer-mounted systems ideally suited for temporary multimedia filtration, iron filtration, activated carbon, or softening.
The TrojanUVPhox™ was designed to maximize efficiency - using 50%-90% less energy than other similarly sized UV reactors. Through the extensive use of computational fluid dynamics models and other computer simulation tools, it has been optically and hydraulically optimized to provide extremely efficient and cost-effective UV treatment. Its unique design allows for the use of multiple reactors in series.