Oil spills in the oceans from accidents and other causes are a major pollution threat. Today, a variety of solutions, such as skimmers, barriers, chemicals and burning used to collect or remove the oil with varying degrees of efficiency. The majority of solutions do not have the capability to collect petrol and diesel and these often left to evaporate into the air.
Automated and highly effective, Ultra Surf Cleaner is a skimmer/separator hybrid that represents a solid contribution towards managing the global water surface pollution problem. It is a well proven, energy efficient system that collects and separates pollutants from water surfaces. Easy to install, run and maintain. Ultra Surf Cleaner will separate oil, petrol or diesel, from the water surface at the location of the spill. The extent of the spill determines how many Ultra Surf Cleaner units required.
The Ultra Surf Cleaner technology based on gravimetric separation. Collecting both the carrier fluid and the top layer substance allowing up to 100% separation of the top layer substance. And a separation capacity of 8,000 liters (2,113 gal) per hour. Most of our customers have installed the Ultra Surf Cleaner in an API separator, claiming that Ultra Surf Cleaner far more efficient and cost effective than other skimmers and separators.
Advanced yet simple
Ultra Surf Cleaner advanced yet ingeniously simple. The patented collection and separation process has developed into a self managing solution consisting of only two moving parts. The separated oil discharged to an external storage tank. Disposal costs are minimized since the oil is up to 100% pure and recyclable. So Ultra Surf Cleaner has developed through years of extensive research in close co operation with customers. In addition to its impressive performance capabilities, it is durable and easily maintained.
Step 1: Removal – The propeller creates a negative pressure, causing the water with the oil on the surface to flow into the Ultra-SurfCleaner.
Step 2: Separation – Deflection disks force the oil and the water to the periphery. As the flow velocity drops, the oil is forced upwards to the ceiling while the water is forced down towards the propeller and the outlet. Separation of the oil from the water is up to 100%.
Step 3: Recover – With the water acting as a piston, the oil is discharged at the rate of up to 8,000 liters (2,113 gals) of pure oil per hour into an external storage tank.
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