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Sulfate removal using Ion Exchange Resin

Abstract Sulfate contamination can cause corrosion, which can affect operation and downtime for maintenance. Dynalene’s ion exchange resin can be used to reduce the sulfate concentration to below 1mg/L.   Introduction Sulfate in fluids used in the industrial application can be corrosive. They can cause scale buildup in the pipes leading to clogging. The Environmental …

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Selenium Removal using Ion Exchange Resin

Abstract Low concentrations of selenium (Se) in elemental form is relatively safe for drinking water and aquatic life, however elemental selenium and its compounds are toxic in high dosages [1]. The removal of selenium was investigated using two different ion exchange resins. Dynalene’s ion exchange resin was able to reduce the selenium to below 4.5 …

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Vanadium and Nickel Removal Using Ion Exchange Resin and Activated Carbon

Abstract Vanadium (V) and nickel (Ni) are industrial toxic waste which endangers the productivity and life of plants, crops, and the whole agricultural system. In this case study, V and Ni removal from the water (V concentration=4.5 mg/L and Ni concentration=0.85 mg/L) which is obtained from an industrial wastewater treatment facility is discussed. The main …

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Removing Salt Contaminants from the Natural Gas Dehydration System using Multistage Ion-Exchange Method: Case Study

Contributed by: Bojanna Shantheyanda, Dynalene Inc | Email: boji@dynalene.com Ricardo Gonzalez, Gill Ranch Storage LLC 1.    Abstract Salt-rich water infusion from underground storage to the dehydration system during gas withdrawal can increase the salt contamination in the triethylene glycol (TEG). The increase in salt contamination in TEG can lead to an increase in corrosion of …

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