EDMONTON, July 14 /CNW/ - Seair Inc. (SDS:TSX Venture Exchange) is
pleased to announce the approval of a two month large-scale trial of Seair's
diffusion technologies at the DSM Anti-Infectives/Fersina wastewater treatment
plant in Ramos Ariszpe, Mexico. The trial will utilize Seair's SAXXX diffusion
tower to diffuse pure oxygen into one of three aeration reactor tanks at the
Fersina treatment plant.
The purpose of the trial is to demonstrate the capabilities of the Seair
product on a commercial scale. Specifically, the trial objectives include:
1. Increasing the dissolved oxygen levels in the tank by at least a
factor of 4 times while simultaneously shutting down the existing high
power aeration blower;
2. Demonstration of considerable electrical energy savings with the
shutdown of the blower;
3. Sustaining aerobic water status in the reactor tank, thereby securing
an enhanced biological treatment environment.
According to Harold Kinasewich, Seair's President and CEO, "the Fersina
trial is another demonstration of how Seair's technologies can be used to
augment and improve existing wastewater treatment plants. Upon successful
completion of the trial we expect the combination of higher dissolved oxygen
levels and lower operating costs to be a compelling global story for the
municipal wastewater treatment industry."
Seair is a leading developer of patent-protected diffusion and
sterilization technologies, which allow for the efficient diffusion of gases
into liquids, thereby facilitating numerous applications in a wide variety of
industries, including wastewater treatment, pulp and paper production, food
processing, aquaculture, agriculture/horticulture, sterilization, golf course
irrigation and pond treatment, animal enhancement and oil and gas. Seair's
primary focus is developing and selling equipment that diffuses gases, such as
oxygen, ozone or carbon dioxide, into a liquid, resulting in a supersaturated
solution. The major difference between Seair's and others' diffusion
technologies is Seair's ability to achieve extremely small bubble size, which
in turn allows for the mass transfer of gas to fluid. The result is a stable
condition, where gases remain in solution for extended periods of time,
leading to increased productivity and lower operating costs. Seair provides
diffusion-enhanced portable wastewater treatment plants through its
subsidiary, Seair Septic.
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