High Quality Output
Clean oil, sand and water are separated in three distinctive parts described below:
Oil: The cavitation process does not break down the properties of the oil such as cleaning with heat or chemicals. The output of extracted oil could therefore be reintroduced to the market.
Sand: The sand has features which meets the emission requirements for direct dumping. Hence, the sand can be dumped without further process.
Water: Quality of water meets the quality requirements for water and could therefore be exploited commercially
The EGX 10 Unit is a container-based EGX system.
The EGX 10 Unit has the capacity of processing between 5 – 10 tons / hour.
Manufacturer: Ennox Technology AS
Size/weight: 40ft / 15 000kg
(L x W x H)
Coating: According to Norsok standard M501
Main Power Supply & Consumption
Voltage: 400 – 690VAC 50/60Hz
Power: 100-150kW, 125-250A (440VAC)
Pressurized Air: Instrument only
Water: 0,1 – 1,0m3/h
Capicaty: 1 – 10 tons/h
Design Pressure: 10 Bar
Design Temperature: 0 – +50°C
Material wetted parts: 316L
Design pH: 2 – 12 pH
Oil Content ≤30%
Water Content ≤20%
Solids (Particles) >50%
Sources: Tank cleaning sludge, oil lagoons, oil pits, sedimentation ponds, contaminated sites, contaminated soil.
Output material: Oil, water, solid output (TPH C10-C40 Below 1 %,
< 0.1 % possible)
Material Solid Size: 30 mm – 30 µm
Personell: 1-2 Operators
Container: DNV 2.7-1
Equipment: CE – Labelling
General Design: Norsok Z-015
Explosion Protection: ATEX II/3G
Electrical: Plug/Junction Box
Inlet: 4″ Din PN16 Strainer option 500x500mm
Water Discharge: 2″ Cam-Lock Male
Reject: 2″ Cam-Lock Male
Solids: Chute to skip
Air supply: 1″ Chicago Claw
Water Supply 2″ Cam-Lock Male
*Difference between the two products are the size and the capacity of work.*
The EGX Demo is a skid-based demo device that is easily accessible for implementation and testing by potential customers. The EGX Demo has the capacity of processing between 1 – 3 tons / hour.
The EGX 10 Unit is a container-based EGX system. The EGX 10 Unit has the capacity of processing between 5 – 10 tons / hour.