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Oil and Gas Solutions


Primary Treatment

Separon Deoiling Hydrocylone

Primary Produced Water Treatment Separon Deoiling Hydrocyclone Separon Deoiling Hydrocylones are a cost-effective and space-efficient solution that optimizes the critical balance between oil removal efficiency and capacity, resulting in finer hydrocarbon separation. Fewer cyclone liners are required compared to traditional systems to treat higher rates of entrained oil while meeting stringent discharge requirements. Options are available for standard units, high turndown design, compartmentalized vessels, pumped systems, and retrofits to existing vessels.

Primary Produced Water Treatment P-klone Deoiling Hydrocyclone

P-KLONE Hydrocyclone Oil-Water Separation

The P-KLONE Hydrocyclone uses centrifugal force to separate oil from water in less than two seconds with a turndown capacity of 50%. This is a well-proven method for taking water from the production separator with oil concentrations up to 5% and readying it for secondary treatment. Each unit is small and lightweight, making it easy to ship, install, and start up. Hydrocyclones are unaffected by orientation or motion, making it perfect for offshore use and space-constrained onshore applications.

Enhanced Gas Flotation Tank (EGFT®)Primary Produced Water Treatment Enhanced Gas Flotation Tank

Handling marginal wells with up to 200,000 ppm OIW, the EGFT® reduces CAPEX and OPEX costs by as much as 65% with the added benefit of decreasing carbon footprint by replacing FWKO, CPIs and IGFs.

Capacities range from 50,000 to 750,000 BWPD with achieved OIW outlets as low as <20 ppm using MBF®. The high-loading tank is unique in its capability to replace multiple pieces of primary and secondary treatment equipment within a single tank while achieving secondary treatment results. The EGFT® can also be designed with an integrated skimmings tank in which oil can be removed with low bs+w’s versus the high-water cuts typically seen in flotation device skimmings.