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The System

The “OXYCELL” system can be used in any industrial area where contaminated waste water need to be treated before discharging into the communal canals or reused in the production processes (re-circulation).


The Technology

The “OXYCELL” system refines “industrial waste water” or “inorganic waste water” using a Technology of “Adsorption”. The equipment can be used for both cycle and change process depending  on its layout.


The Process

The Application

 

Approved applications for “OXYCELL Technology” with or without optional re-circulation of treated water in process production are :

 

 

 

Examples of Harmful Contaminants

 

 

Advantages

 

Ecological Advantage

 

 

Economical Advantage

 

OXYCELL TECHNOLOGY

Toxic (hazardous) waste water for treatment are stored in a collection tank known as “primary tanks” where  important parameters such as “PH – values” and “conductivity” can be tabulated. Here neutralization of waste water takes place as well.

 

The existing polluted particles in fluid form gets “Oxygenated”  in a Reactor. During the  “process” flocks of  Fe (Iron) and AL (Aluminum) are dissociated thus separating the toxic contaminant from the water.

 

The treated appeases and flocking process ends at the “secondary tanks”. In most instances, addition of  “flocculants” are not necessary, unless it is a special case.

 

The treated medium then passes through a “filter press” where the remaining and critical solid particles (general 6% of the entire value) gets separated from the “clean water” and what remains as filter cake can be disposed or returned to the environment as an aggregate in the construction industry.

 

The “clean water” for disposal can be automatically verified before discharging  (tested for Ph-value and clear  phase).

 

Once the water quality is within “acceptable values” or “tolerances”, it can either be discharged into the public canalization or stored for reuse in the production process.

 

If the “tolerance” are exceeded the still charge water can be re-looped into then “primary tank” for further  treatment

 

The entire treatment process is optimized and controlled by a fully automated PLC system, resulting in a “continuous” or “close looped” process with guaranteed performance.