Feb 02

Recently, GN Solids Control has undertaken the development and production of a Oil sludge treatment system for a domestic oilfield unit. The project mainly deals with oily solid wastes in sludge storage tanks. After the oily solid wastes have been prepared, sieved, cleaned, demulsified, and finely screened, they have now achieved reductions and preliminary separation. The oil-containing sludge three-phase separation system uses a combined process of a two-phase horizontal spiral centrifuge and a three-phase disc centrifuge to perform final solid-liquid-liquid three-phase separation of subsequent materials to realize the harmless separation and disposal of resources.

System process description:

After the sludge is metered at the inlet, it is pumped to the decanter centrifuge by a booster pump. At the same time, the chemical dosing system injects flocculant into the decanter centrifuge to promote the solid-liquid two-phase separation of the decanter centrifuge. The separated solid phase is transported externally via a screw conveyor. At this time, the liquid content of the solid is <85%, and the solid content of the separated liquid phase is <3%. The solid phase flows to the waste liquid buffer tank through a closed pipe, and the waste liquid buffer tank. Equipped with a liquid level transmitter, the liquid level signal can be displayed locally and remotely. The solid phase settled at the bottom of the waste buffer tank can be returned to the decanter centrifuge for reprocessing through the inlet booster pump.

The process is as follows:

The liquid phase outlet of the waste liquid buffer tank is pumped to the disc centrifuge inlet through a 3um solid particle filter (protecting the downstream disc centrifuge), and the solid, oil and water are separated by centrifugation, and the separated solid phase is stored. Into a solid waste storage tank that can be transported; the water content of the separated oil phase is less than 10%, and temporarily stored in the sewage oil buffer tank; the solid content of the separated water phase is less than 1%, and temporarily stored in the sewage buffer tank The oil and water phases are metered out by centrifugal pumps. Sewage buffer tanks and slop oil buffer tanks are equipped with liquid level transmitters, which can display liquid level signals locally and remotely; the two centrifuges need to achieve structural sealing, and have start-stop, variable frequency, speed, bearing temperature signal feedback and Status information feedback functions such as alarm, centrifuge material overload current signal feedback and alarm, with nitrogen protection and independent flushing water circuit.

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