EKO-Accelfor Oil SandSeparationTechnology<br />EKO-Accelprovidesa simple, economicalbiologicalsolution to removingsandandi...
Twosimplestepscompletethewashingprocess<br />Step 1.  <br />SeparationofBitumen from Sediment<br />
Fig. 1:Raw Material – Oilsand<br />Theraw material oilsand is immersed in a liquidsuspensionof EKO-Accel(Fig 2).<br />
Fig. 2: EKO-Accel’swashingSuspension<br />A preparation of <br /> EKO-AccelAscophyllumNodosum Marine Algae<br />
Fig. 3  – Washing<br />Oil Sand in  EKO-AccelSuspension<br />(Note: no foam, froth)<br />1 part oilsand to 4 parts EKO-Acc...
Fig. 4 -  Post Washing<br />Thebitumen sinks to thebottom in thewashingsuspension.<br />
Fig. 5 – CleanBitumen<br />Thecleanbitumen is readyforprocessing.<br />
Step 2. <br />TreatingWasteWaterafter BitumenSeparation<br />A type of polyfloc is added to the wastewater +  EKO-Accelsus...
Fig. 6 –Initial wastewater sample<br />Fig. 7 – WastewaterafterTreatment<br />The entire process can be repeated in indefi...
EKO GEA Cleaning Cycle<br /> EKO-Accel <br />Biological<br />Activation<br />Oil shale for<br />processing<br />Sand Solid...
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Eko Accel For Oil Sand Separation Technology Presentation

  1. 1. EKO-Accelfor Oil SandSeparationTechnology<br />EKO-Accelprovidesa simple, economicalbiologicalsolution to removingsandandimpuritiesfromoilsandsand tar flatsforthe bitumen-miningandheavy-oilsector. <br />
  2. 2. Twosimplestepscompletethewashingprocess<br />Step 1. <br />SeparationofBitumen from Sediment<br />
  3. 3. Fig. 1:Raw Material – Oilsand<br />Theraw material oilsand is immersed in a liquidsuspensionof EKO-Accel(Fig 2).<br />
  4. 4. Fig. 2: EKO-Accel’swashingSuspension<br />A preparation of <br /> EKO-AccelAscophyllumNodosum Marine Algae<br />
  5. 5. Fig. 3 – Washing<br />Oil Sand in  EKO-AccelSuspension<br />(Note: no foam, froth)<br />1 part oilsand to 4 parts EKO-Accelwashingsuspension. <br />Washingrequiresonlymomentsandcanbeaccomplishedeither on a conveyorsystem as theraw material enterstheprocessingfacility or in a washing tank. <br />
  6. 6. Fig. 4 - Post Washing<br />Thebitumen sinks to thebottom in thewashingsuspension.<br />
  7. 7. Fig. 5 – CleanBitumen<br />Thecleanbitumen is readyforprocessing.<br />
  8. 8. Step 2. <br />TreatingWasteWaterafter BitumenSeparation<br />A type of polyfloc is added to the wastewater +  EKO-Accelsuspension and mixed for several minutes resulting in cleanwastewater(Fig. 7) - readyforre-usein additionalcyclesofoilsandseparation washes.<br />
  9. 9. Fig. 6 –Initial wastewater sample<br />Fig. 7 – WastewaterafterTreatment<br />The entire process can be repeated in indefinite cycles,<br />preserving water resources<br />
  10. 10. EKO GEA Cleaning Cycle<br /> EKO-Accel <br />Biological<br />Activation<br />Oil shale for<br />processing<br />Sand Solids<br />returned to land<br />

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