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MPW’s dewatering system resolves scale issue at steelmaking facility

August 21, 2017

View Full Case Study Problem A serious obstacle involved in the continuous casting steel-production process is the presence of scale in cooling water, which is discharged from the mill into scale pits where the heavier solid particles settle out. When high levels of scale occur, the equipment in the system becomes fouled and overtaxed, leading […]

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Pondering Remediation

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper Ash ponds have been as much a part of the landscape at coal-fired power plants as stock- piles of coal and the conveyors that carry the fuel source to furnaces. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency regulations that went into effect late last year, however, have power plant operators scrambling to close wet storage […]

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Dewatering: Removing excess scale and TSS with a low turbidity rate

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper Americans were moving to the suburbs, Ray Kroc launched the McDonald’s restaurant chain and Elvis Presley was an international sensation when continuous casting was introduced in the manufacture of steel. Since the process revolutionized the steel industry in the 1950s, engineers have continually perfected the technology. Sixty-plus years of increased production […]

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TSS Removal

August 17, 2017

View Full White Paper Increased regulations from governing bodies now require extra attention from power plants when managing the coal ash disposal process. A recent ruling by the EPA provided a comprehensive set of requirements for the safe disposal of coal ash and was enacted to clean up faulty surface impoundments and establish record keeping […]

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