The production of raw materials for energy generation – coal, oil, and gas offers considerable scope for the use of decanter centrifuges, at least for coal and oil. The manufacture of gas is a little-used process now that natural gas is so freely available. When this phase passes, as gas availability reduces, then the gasification of coals and heavy oils will also offer good applications (as will the eventual need to convert coals into liquid fuels).Continue reading “Decanter Centrifuge And Energy Materials Production”
Water dilution and subsequent disposal of the excessive mud volume into drilling reserve pits were the simplest ways of dealing with inefficient solids control systems.Properties of all drilling muds tested are shown in Table 1. The only drilling mud used for the full-scale test was the non-dispersed spud mud with limited filtration control.Continue reading “Dewatering Process Efficiency and Effects”
The decanter centrifuge has become a major processing tool in a wide range of liquid/solid separation applications. There are lots companies have ability to manufacture types of decanter centrifuges.
Water as a drilling fluid does not qualify as a mud. If there are no hole (formation) problems that prevent its being the most economical drilling fluid; if neither the geologist, palentologist, nor production supervisor have valid objections; and if it is available, water is seldom if ever surpassed. When the formation requires, or a supervisor demands , filtrate control and / or viscosity and /or gels in the drilling fluid, a “mud” is built. Or if the fluid density required is too high for salt water alone , mud properties are required to suspend barites.