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Horizontal Induced Gas Flotation

Horizontal Induced Gas Flotation Units

Horizontal Induced Gas Flotation Units

Gas flotation is a unique method of separating insoluble oil and suspended solids from process water streams. Natural gas, entrained in the produced water, is liberated in the form of fine gas bubbles into the untreated inlet water stream by circulating through multiple Venturi eductors. The highly gasified influent water enters the vessel through specially designed gas-liquid diffusers located in the lower section of the vessel. The gas bubbles rise to the surface carrying impurities for removal via an automatic skim process.

Accelerated offers multi-chamber Horizontal Induced Gas Flotation units for treating produced oil field water in a unique design which incorporates external liquid-gas eductors and proprietary distribution headers. Accelerated guarantees the performance levels of its IGF units up to 98% removal of insoluble hydrocarbons and suspended solids.

The Accelerated Horizontal IGF units have low operating and maintenance costs because there are no internal moving parts, as found in other designs which incorporate belt driven aeration mechanisms and motorized wiper assembles to adjust and maintain.

Our highly trained engineers can help you configure, design, install, and maintain your gas flotation systems. We also provide replacement parts, maintenance, and repair services.

Steven King

APS Representative

Office: +1.281.351.5999 x225 
Mobile: +1.281.797.3798