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Get An Up-Close Look at the Tube-Type Oil Skimmer (VIDEO)

Posted by Jim Hebert on Mar 28, 2019 09:52:00 AM

Model 5H Brill Tube Type Oil Skimmer Oil plays a part in just about every industrial process on earth. While oil can play crucial and beneficial role in industrial operations, it can also cause many challenges once it has served its purpose and ends up in the wastewater stream. 

To increase the efficiency of wastewater treatment processes and maintain environmental compliance, organizations must first remove the oil before repurposing it or the water, before discharging water to the municipality, and before...

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How Do Tube Type Oil Skimmers Work? (Video)

Posted by Guy Flynn on Dec 21, 2018 10:35:00 AM

tube skimmer removing oil You’re probably aware of why skimming oil is important, but do you know how skimmers actually collect oil? Are you certain the type of skimmer you’re using is the best choice?

There are a handful of different oil skimming solutions, but we will focus on the most efficient and reliable system—tube-type oil skimmers.

How the Oil Skimmer Works

The Brill® tube skimmer type uses a special closed-loop Free-Floating Collector...

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Tube-Type Oil Skimmers: The Solution to Removing Oil from the Surface of Water (Video)

Posted by Jim Petrucci on Nov 19, 2018 11:05:00 AM

6V Brill tube skimmer removing oil from API separator The age-old idiom that oil and water don’t mix is true, but at some point in most industrial processes they actually do combine. If the oil is not removed, it can cause quite a few adverse affects.

But, thanks to oil skimming technology, we can effectively remove oil from the water’s surface. Doing so, provides economic advantages, improves wastewater treatment processes, extends the...

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