Product Spotlights - Wastewater: April 2022

Product Spotlights - Wastewater: April 2022

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The oily wastewater produced in industrial oil and gas operations can be especially difficult to treat. CarboNet recently introduced a chemical additive — NanoNet Fe — specifically designed to target those specific contaminants in produced and wastewater streams, and can be dosed in combination with oxidizers, coagulants or flocculants. And now SEEPEX has partnered with CarboNet to supply pumps to accurately apply the additive.

NanoNet Fe concentrate is delivered as a powerful, cost-effective, safe solution for onsite, industrial produced water treatment, greatly reducing the amount of chemicals and time required to safely treat water. Special mixing is not required as CarboNet provides a SEEPEX Intelligent Metering Pump to accurately meter the concentrate into the water stream. Installation takes as little as 4 hours, and the payback starts on day one.

“Offering a differentiated customer experience has been instrumental in CarboNet’s initial success in the Permian Basin and on a customer service scale, SEEPEX is a 10 out of 10,” says Amielle Lake, CarboNet chief commercial officer. “The support they have provided, their responsiveness, and their ability to deliver pumps with incredibly short lead times is outstanding.” 

CarboNet relies on the flow performance of SEEPEX IMPs for the stable and accurate delivery of the NanoNet Fe concentrate. According to Lake, hours of research, trial and testing were put into selecting the best pump that could provide consistent laminar flow and withstand changes in processing conditions. SEEPEX IMPs were determined to be the optimum solution, as the design incorporates a gear reducer and a programmable vector drive in a compact design for precise metering. Metering parameters can be preconfigured on an Electronic Programming Module memory chip, making conversion from a previous drive to a new drive or a change in parameters as easy as inserting the EPM chip. In addition, the IMPs offer simple and predictive maintenance due to minimal wearable components. 

“We are delighted CarboNet has trusted SEEPEX to deliver their groundbreaking water treatment solution that will radically transform how chemicals are developed, used, and impact the planet,” says Bill Martiniere, SEEPEX chemical market manager. “Our companies’ expertise complements each other in regards to reputation, innovation, and service to create an unparalleled partnership to service the water treatment industry.” 



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