water is a byproduct of oil and natural gas extraction. Typically, the salt water contains residual
oil. For companies involved in the disposal of salt water, removing the residual oil from the water offers
potentially significant economic benefit.
One salt water disposal facility successfully used a Model 6V Brill® oil skimmer with the
free floating collector tube, from Oil Skimmers, Inc. to remove oil from its disposal pit. The Model 6V
performed flawlessly and...
Our line of Brill® tube type oil skimmers feature our free-floating oil collector tube, made from
our unique formula which creates a tube that loves oil. The tube is designed to be able to withstand the
most abusive industrial environments involving changes in shape, movement, temperature, and chemical
interaction. Upon placing your order, we select, cut, and weld the tube, at the length specific to your
To ensure your tube skimmer continues to perform as designed, always order your replacement tubes directly from
Oil Skimmers, Inc.
For 50 years, Oil Skimmers, Inc. has designed and developed oil skimmers, oil removal systems, and custom engineered solutions for over 35,000 applications in all industries, in 119 countries around the world.
Our company's founder invented the tube type oil skimmer to ensure efficient, effective oil removal in any application, small or large. Five decades later, we offer a full line of industrial oil removal equipment as well as custom engineering capabilities to...
The sales, engineering and operations teams at Oil Skimmers, Inc. all worked together to devise a customized solution that met the customer’s stringent commercial and technical requirements. With Oil Skimmers, Inc., customers are not only guaranteed the very best in oil skimming technology, they are also provided superior customer service. When possible, we meet with our customers and visit their facilities. And, we always make it our mission to help solve their issues, address their challenges...
Small Spills = Large Problems: A Look into Fueling Best Practices for the Railroad
Fact – fuel contains toxic substances. Thus, fuel spills can have a decidedly negative
impact on the environment. Specifically, with regard to diesel fuel use in the
transportation industry, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has strict regulations in
place to help prevent the contamination of water and soil during fueling.
Companies that encounter frequent or consistent refueling, like those in the railroad