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Press Releases from Bioway Consulting Ltd (5 total)

Problem solving in wastewater during the production of PET (polyethylene terepht …

Plastics are produced by polymerization. In addition to temperature, pressure, etc., catalysts are often used in the process. PET is produced by the reaction of monomers of purified terephthalic acid (a dicarboxylic acid) and ethylene glycol (a di-alcohol) in the presence of a cobalt catalyst. The reaction produces excess EG and other reaction products such as propylene glycol (PG) and tri-ethylene glycol, which are later recovered and recycled.

The power of electrocoagulation (EC)

Efficient and selective removal of various substances Nowadays around the world most of water bodies are nearly heavily polluted. Among the water pollution ammonia contamination is a fundamental, problem for the environment. But the recovery of compounds or elementary raw materials like phosphorous is important, since this element is not available indefinitely. The EC is doing important work here, that no other technology can perform as effectively. Most processes for nitrogen removal

New EC technology to replace sacrificial electrodes

The power of the magnetic field in aqueous metal-powder dispersion The process has the task of simplifying electrocoagulation considerably - without the need to replace electrodes - while at the same time increasing its effectiveness through magneto-chemical effects, thus making it possible to work continuously. The iron powder replaces sacrificial anodes, polarisation/oxidation does not occur and increases effectiveness while reducing costs. Here, the layer of iron powder on a magnetic "carrier-electrode",

Thermal inactivation of Corona & Co. - A new answer

The current situation of the Corona pandemic and the appearance of SARS-CoV-2 / Covid19 and newer mutations, which are said to be even more infectious, calls for a physical method to inactivate these biological particles in the aerosol or air "in-situ". According to the latest findings, more viruses will appear in the near future that are highly infectious and dangerous to humans. Therefore, in-situ inactivation is required for all airborne

Desalination of highly concentrated salt water

A new process for the purification of very highly contaminated saline water, which often occurs in the Middle East and the Gulf States. Drinking water is an increasingly scarce resource in many parts of the world. The standard technology for desalinating seawater is reverse osmosis (RO). This technology works, but it is very complex and too expensive. It cannot be used with high salt contents. That's why we thought about it

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