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The common used equipment for oil-water separation


According to different treatment processes, there are many kinds of oil-water separation equipment on the market, below simply summarizes several common oil-water separation equipment for your reference:

 

1. Sedimentation Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This equipment mainly uses the density difference between oil and water, allowing the oil to float on the water surface, and then mechanically separates the oil and water.


2. Flotation Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This equipment mainly uses bubbles to adsorb oil droplets, causing them to float to the water surface, and then mechanically separates the oil and water.


3. Centrifugal Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This industrial filtration equipment mainly uses centrifugal force to separate oil and water. Since the density of oil is less than water, under the action of centrifugal force, the oil will be thrown towards the center of the equipment, while the water will be thrown towards the outer wall of the equipment.


4. Filtration Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This equipment produced by professional oil water treatment plant mainly uses filtering media to separate oil and water. The filtering media can be activated carbon, ceramics, fibers, etc.


5. Membrane Separation Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This equipment mainly uses the separation performance of the membrane to separate oil and water. The membrane can be a microporous membrane, nanofiltration membrane, reverse osmosis membrane, etc.


6. Biological Treatment Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This equipment mainly uses microorganisms to decompose oil, and then mechanically separates water and the decomposed substances.


7. Electrochemical Oil-Water Separation Equipment: This equipment mainly uses electric field force to separate oil and water. Under the action of the electric field force, oil droplets will move towards the electrode, thereby achieving oil-water separation.

 

The above are common types of oil-water separation equipment. Different equipment is suitable for different application scenarios, and the appropriate equipment needs to be selected according to the actual situation.



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