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Oil-phase Extraction Systems
For the water-less recovery of light non-aqueous phase liquids (LNAPL) from groundwater ARGUS GmbH offers a selection of company-developed extraction systems.
Case study: Oil-phase extraction
•"Vorrichtung zum Absaugen von Ölphasen und/oder anderen auf wasseraufschwimmenden flüssigen Schadstoffen"
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The extraction systems are suitable for the following LNAPLs:
The ARGUS-Schlürfkopf-System is a complete system consisting of a special self-leveling filter element, an auxiliary power unit, a control unit and a collection tank.
The ARGUS-Schlürkopf can be installed in 4" wells for static extraction of LNAPL. Its main area of application is in parallel to another hydraulic method (dynamic phase-extraction). In this case the ARGUS-Schlürkopf is directly installed in the ex-traction well.
The ARGUS-Ölboje is suitable for shallow constructed shaft wells or basins. LNAPL is col-lected by a floating filter element at the water surface and directed into a collection container, which is located within the vicinity of the wells/basin. Using a level meter-controlled special pump the LNAPL is then directed through a hose into an external tank.
Advanatages of the system:
•An almost streak-free recovery of LNAPL
•Flexible adaptability to a variety of problems
•Realisation of increased production rates of up to 50l/h and depths of up to 40m
•Autonomous adjustment to groundwater fluctuations of up to 1.5m
•Limited control oriented input, simple control
•Low-maintenance due to simple and compact construction
•Possible usage in hazardous area without additonal modules
•Statically operated LNAPL extraction systems can alternatively be operated with photo-voltaic, wind power or battery.
In combination with our LNAPL extraction installations we also incorporate soil-vapour extraction to support the mobilisation of semi-volatiles. As well as achieveing mobilization, a reduction in contamination potential is also achieved through the removal of semi-volatile components out of the oil phase.
The extraction systems satisfy the VbF (Class AI to AIII and B), TRbF, WHG and ATEX requirements.
Oil-phase extraction plant,
Storage for hazardous substances