Aqueous Recovery Resources unveils Suparator technology

Aqueous Recovery Resources firm has developed a new technology that effectively separates process oils and other liquids along with suspended contaminants from water.

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BEDFORD HILLS, New York -- Aqueous Recovery Resources firm has developed a new technology that effectively separates process oils and other liquids along with suspended contaminants from water. It's called the Suparator. The system enables users to separate liquids differing in specific gravity.

The Suparator is based on the Bernoulli Principle of physics. The application of this principal achieves perfect separation of any two fluids with a specific gravity differential, according to Aqueous.

Unlike conventional water separation devices, it uses no moving parts or media to provide 99%-plus separation of polluting oils or liquid contaminants from water while it is still in the process tanks.

This liquid-liquid separation allows reuse of the recovered contaminants, like oil, as well providing a means of reuse of it as well. Suparator is able to remove dirt and other unwanted foreign objects from the suspended oil before it can settle into the water tank and necessitates water and/or detergent changes.

09/29/2008

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