AEROBIC DIGESTER: Biomixer Slashes Power Use
September 1, 2001 By Pulp & Paper Canada
HAWTHORNE, CA — The new Biomixer Aeration, Mixing and Control System reduces power use 75% over traditional surface aerators in the aerobic digestion mixing process while producing dramatically impr…
HAWTHORNE, CA — The new Biomixer Aeration, Mixing and Control System reduces power use 75% over traditional surface aerators in the aerobic digestion mixing process while producing dramatically improved mixing. The Biomixer’s mixing energy is generated by the “air lift pump” effect from its slowly rotating (3-5 rpm) fine bubble diffuser blades. The diffuser blades are retracted above the surface during the digester decant phase and for diffuser maintenance.
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VACUUM MONITOR: Optimize Drying
WESTERVILLE, OH — Intek now offers the RheoVac Monitor for real-time monitoring of vacuum-based water extraction systems that can allow pulp and paper manufacturers to optimize their vacuum-drying process through reduction of drying time and energy costs. Intek’s single-probe RheoVac Monitor, a system called the RheoVac Sentry, is being offered to users of large vacuum-based water extraction systems. It enables system efficiency by providing multiple, strategically placed probes to monitor vacuum performance.
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INSTRUMENTS: Detecting Gas
PITTSBURGH, PA — The MSA Instrument Division of MSA Safety Appliances Corp. introduced the portable PULSAR Single-Gas Detector featuring a maintenance-free, 24-month service life. The PULSAR instrument detects CO, H2S and O2.
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