Samsco Water Evaporator II Principles of Operation
- Wastewater is fed to tank as
required at (A).
- Blower (C) draws air stream into
tank at (E) to remove vapors.
Blower also draws combustion air
into burner at (D). Heat exchanger
(B) contains combustion gas,
preventing its release into tank.
- Heat exchanger causes water to
boil. Air moving over boiling
surface (F) captures water vapor.
- Moisture-saturated air leaves tank
through coalescing mist eliminator
where oil/water droplets are
removed and clean steam passes
into manifold at (G).
- Flue gas (H)
joins water vapor at blower manifold
entrance—not exhausted into tank.
- Air streams—environmentally
approved—are mixed in blower
and exhausted through stack to
- When boiling is interrupted,
oils—freed from emulsion—float to
surface and are decanted at trough
(J) automatically, or manually.
- Solids settle to tank’s sloping
trough floor (L) and are removed
with concentrated liquid through
large clean-out port (K).
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