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Artesian water purification from arsenic

Brief experiment discription: 
The test was performed by the order of the customer from Europe.
We had to achieve maximum arsenic concentration from 0,007 µg/L to 0.013 µg/L. See more on the video.

Drilling fluid production with GlobeCore Vortex Layer Device AVS-150

Brief experiment discription: 

In the process of drilling an oil or gas well, a special drilling liquid is used. To make the emulsion, we used a carbon based composition (diesel with the density of 835 kg per m³), water, and of other components. Please find out more from the video.

Removal of phosphates from waste water

Brief experiment discription: 

Converting phosphates into water insoluble compounds occurs in one stage. The duration of treatment is 1-3 seconds. The reagent used is lime with 5-10% excess calcium oxide of the theoretically required amount. Using the AVS for wastewater contamination allows to reduce the consumption of reagents and power, decreases equipment footprint and improve the quality of decontamination process.

Purification of cyanides-containing waste water from electroplating facility

Brief experiment discription: 

The process of purification occurs at pH 10.5. The duration of processing in the reactor after starting the device is 3 seconds, but if the process occurs in a continuous flow, with the device on and the vortex layer active, it only takes fractions of a second. The maximum processing rate is 20 cubic meters per hour, with maximum power consumption of 9 kW hour.

Analyzing the purified waste water, we measured the final content of cyanides at less than 0.005 mg/liters, residual chlorine content in the water is 2 milligram per liter.

Pigment nano-milling on AVS 150 by GlobeCore 

Brief experiment discription: 

To produce alkali-resistant paint we mixed and pulverized its components:
Silicon (Si)
Aluminum (Al)
Zink (Zn)
Zircon (Zr)
The original size of pigment particles exceeded 50 micron and was not uniform.
Our objective was to process 500 grams of the mixture to 10 micron particle size with uniform size distribution. In the pulverization process we used 400 grams of dipole ferromagnetic elements made of SH-15 steel. The process took 30 minutes at the temperature of 90 to 100 degree centigrade. The color of the mix changed due to particle pulverization from bright red to pale pink.

You can see the results of the process in the photographs taken through an optical microscope.


Final pulverization of coal and production of coal-water fuel using the AVS-150 device (part 1)

Brief experiment discription: 

The objective of our experiment was to pulverize coal with particle size 10-15 mm to dust with particle size 0 – 300 micron and mix that with water and plasticizer to make coal-water fuel (CWT). The experiment was performed using the AVS-150 vortex layer device.

The results of the experiment lead to the following conclusions. Average capacity of the AVS-150 device in a continuous stream will be 3 cubic meter per hour, with 9 kW-hour power consumption. The use of plasticizer is not required due to the intensive mixing in our device. Operation of the devices can be made continuous, since additional ferromagnetic particles to replace worn ones are added automatically by a portioning device. 

CWF production on Vortex Layer Device AVS-150. (part 2, CWF combustion)

Brief experiment discription: 

In the previous part of the experiment we performed final pulverization and of coal and water to make coal-water fuel (CWF) using the AVS-150 device.
In this part, the fuel was burned using a laboratory burner.
Final pulverization of 300-500 micron coal fraction to 70 micron fraction in the AVS-150 device occurs at the rate of 3 – 1 cubic meter per hour with 3 – 9 kWh energy consumption; the power cost of making CWF in vibration mills usually start from 55 kWh, not including the cost of air circulation. Making coal water fuel with a hydro shock wet grinding device requires 8-10 kWh.
The AVS-150 devices also excel as homogenizers, and beside final pulverization, are capable of mixing coal with water without the need for a plasticizer.

Final grinding of 400 grade Portland cement for use as an additive in repair mix

Brief experiment discription: 

In this test we used 500 grams of 400 grade Portland cement, pulverized by steel ferromagnetic elements for 30 minutes.
Particle size distribution was measured using 0.08, 0.05 and 0.04 sieves.

You can see the comparison in the photos made using the microscope.
Linear magnification and numerical aperture of the lens with a video-adapter for the initial material is achromatic 10/0.25, calculated limiting resolution is 2.3 micron.

Linear magnification and numerical aperture of the lens with video adapter for the pulverized material is achromatic 60/0.85, calculated limiting result is 0.4 micron.

To repair concrete elements you need special cement that you can grind using magnetic mill.


Manure Odor Neutralizer & helminths disinfecter

Brief experiment discription: 

This video describes the importance and abilities of using wastewater microbes treatment.
Experimental purification of cattle and pig waste by vortex layer generation system
We have run purification of pig and cattle feces from collibacillus, proteus, streptococcus, staphylococcus, bacteroides and helminthes.
The process was performed in a AVS-100 unit (laboratory scale system).

Sample processing durations were 2 and 5 minutes for the first and the second samples respectively.
According to the report prepared by the “Zoo-hygiene and veterinary support of processes in hog production”:
After processing of the first sample (2 minutes), the percentage of helminthes dropped by 31%, collibacillus (Endo agar) by 65%, proteus by 70%, anaerobic by 27%, staphylococcus by 80% and complete removal of bacteroides.
After processing of the second sample (5 minutes), the percentage of helminthes dropped by 53%, collibacillus (Endo agar) by 94%, anaerobic by 91%, staphylococcus by 80% and complete removal of bacteroides.


Manure Utilisation and Disinfection

Brief experiment discription: 

Five days after contamination, we collected droppings of the mice and sent the material for laboratory analysis to test for helminthes larvae. The laboratory tested six samples, of which two samples were taken from mice, contaminated by extract of hog and cattle feces without processing of the material in the vortex layer system, our control group, two samples with 2 minute processing time of initial material and two samples with 5 minute processing of initial material.
Helminthes larvae was detected in droppings of control group mice
Samples with 2 minute processing duration were also contaminated by larvae
No helminthes larvae was detected in samples, obtained from initial materials processed for 5 minutes.
According to these results, it can be concluded that the report presented by the “Zoological hygiene and veterinary processes in hog production” has been completely confirmed.