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An overview of oil-water separation using gas flotation

In this overview, gas flotation technologies, namely dissolved and induced flotation systems, are discussed. Physico-chemical interaction between oil-water-gas during flotation is also summarized. In addition to a brief review on design advancements in flotation systems, enhancement of flotation efficiency by using pre-treatment methods, particularly coagulation-flocculation, is also presented.

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An overview of oil–water separation using gas flotation

2/1/2016· Induced gas flotation (IGF) or, also known as dispersed gas flotation system, operates by inducing and dispersing gas bubbles into the influent. This can be achieved either by mechanical or hydraulic methods, as shown in Fig. 1.

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Induced gas flotation Wikipedia

The feed water to the IGF float tank is often (but not always) dosed with a coagulant (such as ferric chloride or aluminum sulfate) to flocculate the suspended matter. The bubbles may be generated by an impeller, eductors or a sparger. The bubbles adhere to the suspended matter, causing the suspended matter to float to the surface and form a froth layer which is then removed by a skimmer. The froth-free water exits the float tank as the clarified effluent from the IG

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An overview of oil–water separation using gas flotation

One of the feasible, practical and established methods to remove oil substances from waste water sources is by gas flotation. In this overview, gas flotation technologies, namely dissolved and induced flotation systems, are discussed. Physico-chemical interaction between oil–water-gas during flotation is also summarized.

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Gas Flotation Kasravand

Equipment used in this secondary separation process includes induced gas flotation (IGF) and dissolved gas flotation (DGF). IGF and DGF involve the introduction of fine gas bubbles that attach to the oil and fine solids in the produced water and then float

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An overview of oil-water separation using gas flotation

In this overview, gas flotation technologies, namely dissolved and induced flotation systems, are discussed. Physico-chemical interaction between oil-water-gas during flotation is also summarized. In addition to a brief review on design advancements in flotation systems, enhancement of flotation efficiency by using pre-treatment methods, particularly coagulation-flocculation, is also presented.

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Gas Flotation Kasravand

Equipment used in this secondary separation process includes induced gas flotation (IGF) and dissolved gas flotation (DGF). IGF and DGF involve the introduction of fine gas bubbles that attach to the oil and fine solids in the produced water and then float

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An overview of oil–water separation using gas flotation

One of the feasible, practical and established methods to remove oil substances from waste water sources is by gas flotation. In this overview, gas flotation technologies, namely dissolved and induced flotation systems, are discussed. Physico-chemical interaction between oil–water-gas during flotation is also summarized.

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Dissolved Air / Gas Flotation Separators Sewage

Dissolved Air / Gas Flotation Separators DAF system with lamella separator & type flocculator Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) System : Dissolved Air Flotation (DAF) is a Physio-Chemical Treatment where air is intimately contacted with an aqueous stream at high pressure, dissolving the air.

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US4251361A Hybrid gas flotation separator Google

Oil and water mixtures are separated in a gas flotation separator by passing the mixture downward in a vertically elongated portion, and then upward in a vertically elongated portion. A gas such as air is injected near the lower end of the upward flow leg of the separator.

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Water Solutions Gas Flotation Exterran

GFT uses fluid hydraulics through multiple chambers coupled with microbubble flotation (MBF) to optimize oil-water separation. Produced water enters the chambers sequentially as microbubbles are introduced. Oil is lifted upon the bubble layer and is skimmed off by overflowing an oil weir.

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UNICEL Vertical IGF Induced-Gas Flotation Unit

Efficient oil/water separation for flow rates ≥160,000 bbl/d. For locations that require a compact vessel footprint, the UNICEL Vertical IGF induced-gas flotation unit is a simple, hydraulically operated gas flotation machine that delivers efficient oil/water separation with complete process containment.

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EPCON Dual Compact Flotation Unit Schlumberger

The EPCON Dual compact flotation unit (CFU) has a unique internal design that incorporates residual flotation gas in a secondary separation stage to increase oil-in-water (OIW) removal while fully degassing the clean water outlet. The compact, simple system achieves optimal water treatment in half the footprint of conventional technologies, saving

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(PDF) Principles of Air Flotation Technology

Gas flotation is a separation technology widely used both onshore and offshore that generally reduces the oil concentration to <25 ppmv. It is also a promising technology for subsea water treatment.

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DESIGN AND APPLICATION OF FLOTATION SYSTEMS FOR THE

Keywords: separation, oil, water, flotation, emulsion, waste water, produced water, oil-fields, produced water re-injec-tion, induced gas flotation. To whom correspondence may be addressed. 148 CT&F Ciencia, Tecnología y Futuro Vol. 3 Núm. 3 Dic. 2007 E

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