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The Best Oil Water Separator Design

05th May 2011
From the original oil water separator design first installed by the API (American Petroleum Institute) in partnership with the Rex Chain Belt Company (now USFilter Envirex Products) the plans have been improved upon over the years. Other companies have te... Read >
Author: Alexander Sutton

History & development of Bottom Loading Skids

06th April 2011
The design of petroleum bottom loading equipment in this country takes its origins from the American specification API 1004, devised in the late 50's & early 60's. The UK based institute of petroleum adopted the specification and modified it to suit the U... Read >
Author: Web Works

Progressing Cavity Pumps Leading Provider KUDU Industries

25th January 2011
KUDU Progressing Cavity Pumps (PCP’s) are engineered to increase safety, decrease costs and provide maximum efficiency. With offices around the world and a global network of distributors, KUDU is close to where the action is. This proximity to oilfield ac... Read >
Author: Silviu Marian

Coalescer & Separator Filters

16th September 2009
Separator and Coalescer filters are designed for the specific use of separation and removal of water form gasoline, aviation fuel, kerosene, and diesel fuel. They are normally constructed from a combo of pleated and wrapped layers of fiberglass media. Top... Read >
Author: Ross Garnaut

Industrial Scales Calculate Flow Rates

06th March 2009
Scales are used to measure weight. Flow meters are used to measure the rate of flow of a liquid or gas. But in some situations, it is possible to utilize a high quality industrial scale to perform both functions. Sometimes this may be done for the purpose... Read >
Author: Mel Joelle
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