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Effluent Treatment System

Regular gas turbine and process compressor cleaning is vital to maintain output and fuel efficiency- especially in today’s world of very high fuel prices and low margins of profit.

Some operators utilise a combination of on-line and off-line washing while others rely solely on off-line washing to maintain acceptable levels of cleanliness and efficiency.

However, while on-line washing offers the advantage of having no contaminated waste to deal with, off-line washing procedures carry the considerable extra cost penalty of having to safely deal with the contaminated waste chemical and rinse water which result from this cleaning procedure.

ROCHEM’S ET-SYSTEM IS A HIGHLY COST EFFECTIVE, ENVIRONMENTALLY FRIENDLY SOLUTION TO THE MANAGEMENT OF CONTAMINATED CHEMICAL WASTE FROM OFF-LINE COMPRESSOR WASHING

An important innovation in crank-wash effluent management and post treatment from the world leader in gas turbine & process compressor cleaning. The all stainless rochem effluent treatment system (et system) utilises an advanced membrane separation process all mounted in a compact portable frame.

ROCHEM’S ET-SYSTEM CAN REDUCE THESE PROBLEMS AND COSTS BY 90% OR MORE
  • Separates all crank wash waste chemical and rinse water back into its original constituents of (a) Concentrated chemical and (b) Pure water.
  • Recovers 90 to 100% of the water element as pure water which can be stored for future re- use of be safely discharged to drain without further treatment.
  • Recovers up to 100% of the original post-wash chemical element— including the removed compressor contamination—in concentrated form either for longer term storage and eventual safe disposal at lower cost or for immediate incineration on site.
  • By separating up to 100% of the water element from the crank-wash waste – which includes all the contaminated post rinsing water – the remaining volume of contaminated chemical waste that has to be disposed of is typically reduced by 95% or even more depending upon how much rising water has been used and what the original water/chemical solution mix ratio was
  • This process allows for the following two disposal options both of which are simple and non- polluting while and both of which offer major cost savings.