hydroclone

hydroclone

[′hī·drə‚klōn]
(chemical engineering)
A device for separating a solid-liquid mixture during an industrial process by using a conical vortex and centrifugal force.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This and other groups of fields have a down-hole oil-water system which separates the water from the oil through a hydroclone. In early 2008, Al-Hassan Engineering got a $65 million job to drill 89 water production wells and 19 injection wells by 2010.
Removal of solids from the water is done with combined hydroclone and sock filtration units.
This and other groups of PDO fields have a down-hole oil-water system which separates the water from the oil in the well through a hydroclone. In early 2008, al-Hassan Engineering got a $65m job to drill 89 water production wells and 19 injection wells by 2010.
This and other groups of PDO fields have a down-hole oil-water system which separates the water from the oil in the well through a hydroclone. In early 2008, Al Hassan Engineering got a $65 million job to drill 89 water production wells and 19 injection wells by 2010.
This and other groups of PDO fields have a downhole oil-water system which separates the water from the oil in the well through a hydroclone. In early 2008, al-Hassan Engineering got a $65m job to drill 89 water production wells and 19 injection wells by 2010.
The technology used separates the water from the oil in the well through a hydroclone. With the device, the separated oil heads to the surface, while the water is reinjected into the reservoir, thus maintaining pressure.
The technology used separates the water from the oil in the well through a hydroclone. With the device, the separated oil heads towards the surface, while the water is reinjected into the reservoir, thus maintaining pressure.