Process Design Services, Vessels + Systems


AntiMercure® Process Engineering Service: we design systems for mercury removal from water. ConstantGuardTM Process Engineering Service: we design systems for oil removal from water.

To help Clients meet their contaminant removal needs, we select the adsorbent media, the proper vessel size & vessel features to provide the required contaminant removal efficiency & media life. For relatively low-flow-rate, low-pressure situations, we recommend Standard Size Vessels. For higher flow-rates, we have Pre-Engineered, Skid-Mounted Systems. We also custom-design pressure-vessels as-needed to meet client’s requirements & we work with the fabricator to ensure that dimensions & features are correct.


Standard-Size Adsorption Vessels


Our Standard-Size Vessels are strong, relatively low-cost, and are available in several sizes. The 55-gallon & 110-gallon-size drum-adsorbers are rated for up to 5 psig. Our larger vessels, with I.D. of 3, 4, & 5 feet, are rated to 75 psig & each has an integral steel skid.


MATERIALS OF CONSTRUCTION

 Carbon Steel 

 Standard: Epoxy coated inside, Enamel coated outside

 Stainless Steel

 Available on Request

 FRP

 Available in standard sizes

 FRP, Code 10

 ASME Code 10 Pressure Rating Available on Request

 Custom Vessels

 Use Your Engr/Fabricator & our design: vessel size,
 geometry, & features OR, we can provide complete mechanical design package for vessels.



 SYSTEM TYPE 

 CHARACTERISTICS 

 AntiMercure® Systems
 ASME coded

 Mercury Removal from Water: Pre-Engineered, Skid-Mounted

 ConstantGuard® Systems
 ASME coded

 Pre-Engineered, Skid-Mounted Oil Removal Systems
 For Waste-Water and for Amine Units

 Single Vessel

 Requires Shut-Down to Change-Out (Recharge) Media

 Series-Flow, Permanent

 Requires Shut-Down to Change-Out Media

 Series-Flow, Lead-Guard 

 Allows Continuous Operation, Recharge 1 bed w/ 1 bed still “on”

 Parallel Flow 

 2 or more vessels: gives operational flexibility

 Permanent Adsorption
 (Non-Regenerative) 

 Adsorbent media is replaced when it is saturated with the
 contaminant. Long Adsorbent Life is typical with contaminant
 concentration in the ppB range. Minimal Operator Attention Required.

 Regenerative Adsorption
 (Recover Contaminant) 

 Examples: Natural Gas Dryers, Hydrocarbon Liquid Dryers, & solvent
 recovery systems typically use regenerative systems.

 Skid-Mounted 

 Complete System for Air or Water Treatment: Fans/Pumps, Valves & Controls



Providing Solutions to remove mercury for emission control, corrosion prevention and catalyst protection.



Selective Adsorption Associates, Inc. (SAA) offers over 40 years of experience in Process Engineering of Adsorption Systems for Gas and Liquid Drying, Sulfur Compound Removal, Emission Control, and over 20 years of Process Design experience in Mercury Removal Systems.

CAUTION: Wet activated carbon removes oxygen from air. Thus, an asphyxiation hazard exists inside enclosed spaces containing activated carbon. Use appropriate safety precautions when entering vessels or other enclosed spaces containing activated carbon. Exposure to strong acids and oxidizers can cause formation of toxic H2S gas.

MERSORB® is a trademark of Nucon International, Inc. (NUCON®) for impregnated activated carbons used to remove mercury from gases and liquids. NUSORB® is a trademark of NUCON for its activated carbons. Information presented herein is believed to be accurate and reliable but does not provide any guarantee or warrantee by NUCON® or by Selective Adsorption Associates, Inc. Nothing herein shall be construed as an invitation to use processes covered by patents without proper arrangements with individuals or companies owning those patents.

AntiMercure® is a Registered Trademark of Selective Adsorption Associates, Inc. (SAA) for its Process for removing mercury from water; AntiMercure® is a trademark of SAA for its pre-Engineered Systems for removing mercury from water. All Rights Reserved.