Technical Papers & Case Studies
Wastewater and Process Water Solutions – Eductors
Utilizing eductors in waste water and process water handling uses proven technology to maximize plant sustainability. Waste water, often called process water, must conform to EPA regulations prior to returning it to the environment. Eductors, both in-line and in-tank, have no moving parts and can provide an efficient means to mix, and blend tanks, add chemicals, and increase oxidation. Improving plant efficiency in the processing of water will minimizing costs and help to decrease the plant’s water footprint.
Use Eductors to Effectively and Affordably Treat Your Wastewater
Chemical producers, refineries, and manufacturers, heavily regulated for gases and chemicals produced and added to our environment are now being scrutinized for resource consumption, specifically water. Sustainability has moved to the head of the line, placing the conversation of natural resources at the forefront of every scientific and political agenda. Facility’s “water footprint” has joined “carbon footprint” discussions.
JT Hygienics Tech Brief – Engineered Hygienic Clamps
The industry and standards organizations, like ASME BPE(1), have standardized geometry for hygienic ferrules and categorized gasket intrusion, leaving only hygienic clamps as the missing "Link" in fully defining hygienic joint or hygienic union performance. Just as a table needs at least three legs to achieve stability, adding an engineered clamp can be the third leg that ultimately stabilizes union performance to meet industry demands for greater consistency. After defining “success” for the union performance, we will demonstrate how incorporating the attributes that support this success into the GRQ Engineered Hygienic Clamp help overcome obstacles in real world applications and ensure system success.