Using an oil skimmer to remove oil from coolant, process water
and wastewater has many benefits, such
as reducing maintenance, lowering environmental impact, improving working conditions, and potentially
creating new revenue opportunities.
But, to reap those benefits, your oil skimmer must be completely effective, efficient, and reliable.
In this post, we cover five signs that your oil skimming solution isn’t reliable.
1. You have to bring in backup to remove oil buildup.
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in 2015 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.
Do you have an oil removal problem? You’re not alone, and there is a steadfast solution. Read on to see how
one mining and tunneling company solved its oil issues— within five hours of installing a new solution.
A North American company that constructs sanitary and storm sewers was in the process of completing a
large-scale sewer nearly 10 feet in diameter and...
Editor’s Note: This post was originally published in 2013 and has been updated for comprehensiveness.
When your company considers investing in an oil skimmer, profitability may be an unlikely motive. But here at Oil Skimmers, more customers are telling us they’ve boosted their profits and saved money after they implemented our...