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Swarf /Sludge HandlingEffluents Filtration
Air & Dust Filtration
Pneumatic Conveying
Pumps & PeripheralsFactory Automation
Vacuum Extraction
Systems
Oil, Gas & Mines
Process Water
Dosing and Filtration
Engineering
Membrane
Protection Systems
Process Chillers
w e t h i n k g r e e n
and save the blue
A.M. ITL design & AMIT-OR our sister company, manufacture industrial filtration , swarf
handling systems ,Industrial Envirotech solutions, Cleaning ,Washing & Factory Automation .
Most of our systems are fully designed and produced at our site.
Beside ITL’s sales dep. exclusively represent foreigner companies.
At the filtration dep. we tailor filtration solutions for machining, grinding and miscellaneous
sludge filtration such as deburring and washing processes.
Recently we launched to test a new type of Media Free -Auto Back Wash Filter suitable for
various effluents recycling applications.
At the swarf handling systems dep. we manufacture chips & waste management systems.
Nowadays we developing a new conceptual briquetting machine.
Our systems vary between local , mobile and central solutions.
At the Industrial Automation dep. ITL design special Purpose machinery.
At ITL’s the Sales dep. We distribute peripheral items.
A.M. I.T.L. has been established in the early 1986 as a mechanical engineering company. Our wide
experience in the Israeli industry beside a non-conservative open mind, gives us the capability to
compete and lead various industrial projects like big companies capability at flexibility of small
innovative companies.
Next Step Vision is to implement our technologies in :
 Oil & Gas : Process ,Injection (Frac) & Waste water filtration / recycling.
Sludge treatment / recycling systems .
 Marine Ballast / Bilge Water Filtration and disposing systems.
 Mining: Process & waste water filtration/recycling. Sludge treatment &
disposing system .
 Food and Pharmaceutics : Process & waste water filtration/recycling. Sludge
treatment & disposing system .
To drill a well it takes millions of gallons of water. Water is the ‘hydraulic’ within the fracturing process used to
release oil and gas deposits. To protect the formation from contamination the used water needs to be clean.
Also disposal of waste water is a costly challenge for drillers. To protect the environment the discharged water
needs to be extremely clean. Our Filtration Technology fit the high demands of the oil and gas service industry.
Water Sources:
Process (Produced and Completion ) Water :
Produced water is the water which is recovered along with the gas. Even though the gas in reservoirs is
relatively dry, there is still a quantity of water produced and lifted up. This increases with the aging of the
reservoirs and continuous production.
The water produced along with Oil and Gas from the wells is to be treated to within acceptable
levels of quality in terms of oil” PPM “ before it is discharged or reused .
For produced water “Feasible alternatives for the management and disposal of produced water should be
evaluated and integrated into production design. The main disposal alternatives may include INJECTION into
the reservoir to enhance oil recovery, and injection into a dedicated disposal well drilled to a suitable receiving
subsurface geological formation. Other possible uses such as irrigation, dust control, or use by other industry,
may be appropriate to consider if the chemical nature of the produced water is compatible with these options.
Produced water discharges to surface waters or to land should be the last option considered and only if there
is no other option available” (WBG, 2007).
WASTE WATER
Operators are increasingly faced with waste water problems. Especially emulsified water does not easily
separate under the influence of gravity and time.
Therefore Recycling Produced ,Completion & Waste Fluids are essential . Clean fluids can only be
obtained by using the correct selection of filtration equipment and consumables.
Our Technology can filter the water before and after fracking. Once the chemistry of the water coming out of
the well resembles the rock formation rather than the fracking fluid, we speak of produced water ( See our
filtration program).
“US oil production includes an average of 10 barrels
of water for each barrel of oil produced. Handling
and disposal of this water is the single greatest
environmental impediment to domestic oil
production.” US Department of Energy
BILGE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
The bilge is the lowest compartment on a ship , below the waterline, where the two sides meet at the keel.
Bilge water describe the water that collects in this area. Water that does not drain off the side of the deck
drains down through the ship into the bilge. This water may be from rough seas, rain, leaks in the hull or
stuffing box, or other interior spillage. The collected water must be pumped out to prevent the bilge from
becoming too full and threatening to sink the ship.
Bilge water can be found aboard almost every vessel. Depending on the ship's design and function, bilge water
may contain water, oil, urine, detergents, solvents, chemicals, pitch, particles, and other materials.
By housing water in a compartment, the bilge keeps these liquids below decks, making it safer for the crew to
operate the vessel and for people to move around in heavy weather.
all ships
All ships are required to manage their bilge water and sediments by installing an on-board bilge water
treatment systems. Systems are originally installed at the shipyards while ships are build.
BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS
Ballast Water is pumped and stored sea water in special ballast tanks used to counterbalance the cargo
of a ship in order to keep the ship upright. In submarines, it is water pumped into tanks to make the ship sink.
Pumping the ballast water out again makes the submarine rise.
The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM),
aims to prevent the spread of harmful aquatic organisms from one region to another, by establishing standards
and procedures for the management and control of ships' ballast water and sediments. Once ratified, all ships
in international traffic will be required to manage their ballast water and sediments by installing an on-board
ballast water treatment system. The installation of a ballast water treatment system on an existing ship is a
major undertaking. It requires investment of time and money. Each ship is unique and the process typically
takes a year to complete.
Our Filtration Program ;
ApplicationsFlow ratesFiltration
µ
Heavy Dirty loadUp to 10,000lpm100- 70** Settling Conveyors
Medium Dirty loadUp to 10,000lpm50-30** Auto Back Wash Drums
Medium / low Dirty loadUp to 10,000lpm30-15** Vacuum Filters
( Media & Media free type )
Medium / low Dirty loadUp to 5,000 lpm30-10** Pressure Belt Filter
Medium / low Dirty load
and fines
Up to 10,000 lpm10-3** Precoat Filters ( Cellulose
or Diatomic )
Low dirty loadUp to 250lpm/unit30-15
** Hydro Cyclones
1 element *
Low dirty load with finesUp to 90lpm/unit10-3** Centrifuges-1 unit *
Manual type
Low dirty load / finesUp to 50 lpm/unit5-1** Auto Back Wash
Sinter Filters-1 candle *
Low dirty load/ extra finesUp to 400
lpm/unit
** Membrane UF,MF,NF,RO
1 element *
*** Automatic Centrifuges
Others.
* Qnt depend on application.
** Depend on applications, systems combinations are possible
*** At R&D stage.
Our Oil/Water separation Program ;
ApplicationsFlow ratesSeparation
%
Heavy/Medium hydrocarbon
load
Up to 500l pm90- 60** Coalescing Tramp Oil
Separators . *
Low hydrocarbon loadUp to 80 lpmUp to 99** Absorption Cartridges*
Low hydrocarbon loadUp to 50 lpm/unitUp to 99.5*** Coalescing Sinter
elements-1 candle *
Heavy/Medium Hydrocarbon
load
Up to 100 lpm/unit95-70*** Hydro Cyclones*
Other
* Qnt depend on application.
** Depend on applications, systems combinations are possible
*** At R&D stage
Our Sludge Treatment Program ;
ApplicationsCapacitySeparation
%
Heavy/Medium sludge loadUp to 500 Kg/h97- 70** Sludge Compactors *
** Sludge conveying
systems
*** wringers
*** Continuous Press Filter
* Qnt depend on application.
** Depend on applications, systems combinations are possible
*** At R&D stage
Grinding- Central Coolant Filtration
Various Hi Flow Central Filtration Systems
25 Micron @ 2,500 lpm Media Free System
3-5 Micron @ 3,000 lpm Central Precoat Systems
30 Micron @ 10,000 lpm Media Vacuum Filter
25 micron @ 1,000 lpm Media Free Central System
7 – 10 Micron Local Centrifugal Filtration Systems
Local Grinding - Centrifugal Coolant Filtration
10 Micron Local Hi Pressure Coolant Filtration System
Local Media Free Drum Filtration – Machining Applications
Auto Back Wash Drum Filters 40 – 30 Micron @ 250 lpm
Media Free Auto Filter 20- 25 Micron @ 750 lpm
Media Type Vacuum Filters 30 Micron @ 500 lpm
Tramp Oil Separation
Local Media Vacumm Filtration – Grinding Applications
Filtration and pumping Systems of PROCESS water &
sludge's at Oil ,Gas & Mining
Swarf
Environment
Money
Coolant Recycling
Metals Recycling
Volume Reduction
=
=
=
Chips
Sludge
Sludge Handling and Oil Recovery Test
After filter press 20%-30% residual humidity
after compacting 2%-5% residual humidity
Swarf Handling systems
Skip Hoist, Crusher, Centrifuge
Skip Hoist, Crusher, Centrifuge, Briquetter
MiniBriq
Centrifuge, Briqueter
Briqueter
Pneumatic Conveying.
Vacuum Extraction Systems
Factory Automation
Automatic Slugs Coating Machine.
Automatic Assembly Machine for pyrotechnic
initiators
Automatic Assembly Machine for
rubber parts.
Full Automatic Assembly Machine for Cellular
Phone Antenna – Motorola.
Air & Dust Extraction Systems
Pumps & Peripherals
Centrifugal Pumps for Machine Tools & Industry.
High Pressure Positive Displacement Pumps Various Spraying Nozzles
Filtration Media & Disposables
Location & Address
 Our company is located at Haifa Bay
Akko North of Israel.
 We can be reached as following :
Tel / Fax : 00-972-4-8403579
E-mail : amitl@amitl.co.il
amitl_tech@bezeqint.net
P.O.Box 10024 K. Haim 26110 Haifa Israel

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  • 1. Swarf /Sludge HandlingEffluents Filtration Air & Dust Filtration Pneumatic Conveying Pumps & PeripheralsFactory Automation Vacuum Extraction Systems Oil, Gas & Mines Process Water Dosing and Filtration Engineering Membrane Protection Systems Process Chillers w e t h i n k g r e e n and save the blue
  • 2. A.M. ITL design & AMIT-OR our sister company, manufacture industrial filtration , swarf handling systems ,Industrial Envirotech solutions, Cleaning ,Washing & Factory Automation . Most of our systems are fully designed and produced at our site. Beside ITL’s sales dep. exclusively represent foreigner companies. At the filtration dep. we tailor filtration solutions for machining, grinding and miscellaneous sludge filtration such as deburring and washing processes. Recently we launched to test a new type of Media Free -Auto Back Wash Filter suitable for various effluents recycling applications. At the swarf handling systems dep. we manufacture chips & waste management systems. Nowadays we developing a new conceptual briquetting machine. Our systems vary between local , mobile and central solutions. At the Industrial Automation dep. ITL design special Purpose machinery. At ITL’s the Sales dep. We distribute peripheral items. A.M. I.T.L. has been established in the early 1986 as a mechanical engineering company. Our wide experience in the Israeli industry beside a non-conservative open mind, gives us the capability to compete and lead various industrial projects like big companies capability at flexibility of small innovative companies.
  • 3. Next Step Vision is to implement our technologies in :  Oil & Gas : Process ,Injection (Frac) & Waste water filtration / recycling. Sludge treatment / recycling systems .  Marine Ballast / Bilge Water Filtration and disposing systems.  Mining: Process & waste water filtration/recycling. Sludge treatment & disposing system .  Food and Pharmaceutics : Process & waste water filtration/recycling. Sludge treatment & disposing system .
  • 4. To drill a well it takes millions of gallons of water. Water is the ‘hydraulic’ within the fracturing process used to release oil and gas deposits. To protect the formation from contamination the used water needs to be clean. Also disposal of waste water is a costly challenge for drillers. To protect the environment the discharged water needs to be extremely clean. Our Filtration Technology fit the high demands of the oil and gas service industry. Water Sources: Process (Produced and Completion ) Water : Produced water is the water which is recovered along with the gas. Even though the gas in reservoirs is relatively dry, there is still a quantity of water produced and lifted up. This increases with the aging of the reservoirs and continuous production. The water produced along with Oil and Gas from the wells is to be treated to within acceptable levels of quality in terms of oil” PPM “ before it is discharged or reused . For produced water “Feasible alternatives for the management and disposal of produced water should be evaluated and integrated into production design. The main disposal alternatives may include INJECTION into the reservoir to enhance oil recovery, and injection into a dedicated disposal well drilled to a suitable receiving subsurface geological formation. Other possible uses such as irrigation, dust control, or use by other industry, may be appropriate to consider if the chemical nature of the produced water is compatible with these options. Produced water discharges to surface waters or to land should be the last option considered and only if there is no other option available” (WBG, 2007). WASTE WATER Operators are increasingly faced with waste water problems. Especially emulsified water does not easily separate under the influence of gravity and time. Therefore Recycling Produced ,Completion & Waste Fluids are essential . Clean fluids can only be obtained by using the correct selection of filtration equipment and consumables. Our Technology can filter the water before and after fracking. Once the chemistry of the water coming out of the well resembles the rock formation rather than the fracking fluid, we speak of produced water ( See our filtration program). “US oil production includes an average of 10 barrels of water for each barrel of oil produced. Handling and disposal of this water is the single greatest environmental impediment to domestic oil production.” US Department of Energy
  • 5. BILGE WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS The bilge is the lowest compartment on a ship , below the waterline, where the two sides meet at the keel. Bilge water describe the water that collects in this area. Water that does not drain off the side of the deck drains down through the ship into the bilge. This water may be from rough seas, rain, leaks in the hull or stuffing box, or other interior spillage. The collected water must be pumped out to prevent the bilge from becoming too full and threatening to sink the ship. Bilge water can be found aboard almost every vessel. Depending on the ship's design and function, bilge water may contain water, oil, urine, detergents, solvents, chemicals, pitch, particles, and other materials. By housing water in a compartment, the bilge keeps these liquids below decks, making it safer for the crew to operate the vessel and for people to move around in heavy weather. all ships All ships are required to manage their bilge water and sediments by installing an on-board bilge water treatment systems. Systems are originally installed at the shipyards while ships are build. BALLAST WATER TREATMENT SYSTEMS Ballast Water is pumped and stored sea water in special ballast tanks used to counterbalance the cargo of a ship in order to keep the ship upright. In submarines, it is water pumped into tanks to make the ship sink. Pumping the ballast water out again makes the submarine rise. The International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships' Ballast Water and Sediments (BWM), aims to prevent the spread of harmful aquatic organisms from one region to another, by establishing standards and procedures for the management and control of ships' ballast water and sediments. Once ratified, all ships in international traffic will be required to manage their ballast water and sediments by installing an on-board ballast water treatment system. The installation of a ballast water treatment system on an existing ship is a major undertaking. It requires investment of time and money. Each ship is unique and the process typically takes a year to complete.
  • 6. Our Filtration Program ; ApplicationsFlow ratesFiltration µ Heavy Dirty loadUp to 10,000lpm100- 70** Settling Conveyors Medium Dirty loadUp to 10,000lpm50-30** Auto Back Wash Drums Medium / low Dirty loadUp to 10,000lpm30-15** Vacuum Filters ( Media & Media free type ) Medium / low Dirty loadUp to 5,000 lpm30-10** Pressure Belt Filter Medium / low Dirty load and fines Up to 10,000 lpm10-3** Precoat Filters ( Cellulose or Diatomic ) Low dirty loadUp to 250lpm/unit30-15 ** Hydro Cyclones 1 element * Low dirty load with finesUp to 90lpm/unit10-3** Centrifuges-1 unit * Manual type Low dirty load / finesUp to 50 lpm/unit5-1** Auto Back Wash Sinter Filters-1 candle * Low dirty load/ extra finesUp to 400 lpm/unit ** Membrane UF,MF,NF,RO 1 element * *** Automatic Centrifuges Others. * Qnt depend on application. ** Depend on applications, systems combinations are possible *** At R&D stage.
  • 7. Our Oil/Water separation Program ; ApplicationsFlow ratesSeparation % Heavy/Medium hydrocarbon load Up to 500l pm90- 60** Coalescing Tramp Oil Separators . * Low hydrocarbon loadUp to 80 lpmUp to 99** Absorption Cartridges* Low hydrocarbon loadUp to 50 lpm/unitUp to 99.5*** Coalescing Sinter elements-1 candle * Heavy/Medium Hydrocarbon load Up to 100 lpm/unit95-70*** Hydro Cyclones* Other * Qnt depend on application. ** Depend on applications, systems combinations are possible *** At R&D stage
  • 8. Our Sludge Treatment Program ; ApplicationsCapacitySeparation % Heavy/Medium sludge loadUp to 500 Kg/h97- 70** Sludge Compactors * ** Sludge conveying systems *** wringers *** Continuous Press Filter * Qnt depend on application. ** Depend on applications, systems combinations are possible *** At R&D stage
  • 9. Grinding- Central Coolant Filtration Various Hi Flow Central Filtration Systems 25 Micron @ 2,500 lpm Media Free System 3-5 Micron @ 3,000 lpm Central Precoat Systems 30 Micron @ 10,000 lpm Media Vacuum Filter 25 micron @ 1,000 lpm Media Free Central System
  • 10. 7 – 10 Micron Local Centrifugal Filtration Systems Local Grinding - Centrifugal Coolant Filtration
  • 11. 10 Micron Local Hi Pressure Coolant Filtration System
  • 12. Local Media Free Drum Filtration – Machining Applications Auto Back Wash Drum Filters 40 – 30 Micron @ 250 lpm Media Free Auto Filter 20- 25 Micron @ 750 lpm
  • 13. Media Type Vacuum Filters 30 Micron @ 500 lpm Tramp Oil Separation Local Media Vacumm Filtration – Grinding Applications
  • 14. Filtration and pumping Systems of PROCESS water & sludge's at Oil ,Gas & Mining
  • 16. Sludge Handling and Oil Recovery Test After filter press 20%-30% residual humidity after compacting 2%-5% residual humidity
  • 17. Swarf Handling systems Skip Hoist, Crusher, Centrifuge Skip Hoist, Crusher, Centrifuge, Briquetter MiniBriq Centrifuge, Briqueter Briqueter
  • 20. Factory Automation Automatic Slugs Coating Machine. Automatic Assembly Machine for pyrotechnic initiators Automatic Assembly Machine for rubber parts. Full Automatic Assembly Machine for Cellular Phone Antenna – Motorola.
  • 21. Air & Dust Extraction Systems
  • 22. Pumps & Peripherals Centrifugal Pumps for Machine Tools & Industry. High Pressure Positive Displacement Pumps Various Spraying Nozzles Filtration Media & Disposables
  • 23. Location & Address  Our company is located at Haifa Bay Akko North of Israel.  We can be reached as following : Tel / Fax : 00-972-4-8403579 E-mail : amitl@amitl.co.il amitl_tech@bezeqint.net P.O.Box 10024 K. Haim 26110 Haifa Israel