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Adsorption Method of Emulsion Coolants Separation Part I. Study on Sewage Treatment on Corbon-Lime Bed



Edward Sobczak , Boguslawa Sobczak and Grazyna Gozdecka
 
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The effectiveness of oil sewage purification by filtration on carbon-lime bed; the voluminal ratio of carbon ash to waste lime was equal to Vc/Vca = 0.375; 0.5; 0.625. The ether extract, COD, absorbance and inorganic contaminations with components of bed such as Ca+2, Cl- were determined. The effectiveness of sewage purification increased as the quantity of sewage treated was increased. Absorbance of the purified sewage was similar to that of distilled water filtered on the bed.

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Edward Sobczak , Boguslawa Sobczak and Grazyna Gozdecka , 2002. Adsorption Method of Emulsion Coolants Separation Part I. Study on Sewage Treatment on Corbon-Lime Bed. Journal of Applied Sciences, 2: 1063-1067.

DOI: 10.3923/jas.2002.1063.1067

URL: https://scialert.net/abstract/?doi=jas.2002.1063.1067

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