Arsenic removal systems are used in an adsorption process to remove arsenic and other heavy metals from treated wastewater and drinking water supplies. Pre-oxidation is not required for arsenic removal applications. Once the media has exhausted its adsorption capacity, it is removed from the vessel and replaced with new media. The simplicity of this process with single use media is very attractive for small installations and wellhead applications especially where no treatment currently exists.
Arsenic Remover works on adsorption principle and is able to reduce arsenic content of water below drinking water limit values selectively. It employs a simple process that flows pressurized water through a fixed bed pressure vessel containing the ferric oxide. As the contaminated water passes through the media, arsenic is adsorbed and removed to a level below 10mg/L. A typical arsenic remover for achieving a less than 10 ppb arsenic level for small-scale municipal water supplies requires an average pressure-drop of about 3 pounds per square inch (psi).
Articularm is the link between conventional handling equipment and automation or robotics systems. Its vertical lifting arm provides 360° rotation and wrist attachment provides 90° pitch axes & a wrist roll axes of 180°. It is made of heavy-duty steel weldments to withstand the roughest treatment.
Articulated Piston Compressor transfers rotational energy from a motor / pulley into a reciprocating motion used to compress air in a cylinder. The rotational motion is transferred through an eccentric and bearing assembly to the con-rod, on through the wrist pin to the piston itself. This is suited to tough industrial applications that require relatively high flow rates combined with pressure. These compressors are available in AC or pulley driven, with the smaller sizes also being available in DC.