Archive for August, 2014

Duall: Model FW304 Packaged Scrubber Controls Sewage Treatment Odors

Friday, August 29th, 2014

Model FW304 Packaged Scrubber Controls Sewage Treatment Odors Background The City of Saline, Michigan experienced odor problems emitted from one of their rotating biological contactors (RBC). The project engineer, McNamee, Porter, and Seely of Ann Arbor, Michigan selected Duall Division as the equipment supplier to eliminate these odors. Results A Duall model FW304-53-OC was specified. […]

Fisher Klosterman’s Cyclone Separators: A Family Affair

Friday, August 22nd, 2014

Cyclone Separators: A Family Affair Cyclone separators are commonly the most attractive devices for removing particles from gases, because of their relative ease of operation. Especially popular are reverse-flow devices with tangential or involute inlets. Unfortunately, engineers seeking to minimize capital outlay often modify the relative dimensions of a cyclone, thinking that the change will […]

Mine Ventilation Achieved in Different Ways

Friday, August 15th, 2014

Mine Ventilation Achieved in Different Ways Aerovent is helping ventilate mines using two very different fans. A 144" diameter HVLP Ring Fan is placed at the end of a mine shaft to circulate air. The 387,000 CFM fan runs at 1/8" SP with a 100 HP motor. The fan is built on a skid in […]

Seepex – a partner for the brewing and distilling industries.

Friday, August 8th, 2014

Seepex – a partner for the brewing and distilling industries. Years ago moving spent grain in breweries and distilleries was all a matter of paddles and barrows. Then came conveyors and pondorf units. But now a number of brewers and distillers have recognised that a seepex progressive cavity pump is by far the most effective […]