AquaMost has introduced its new SX PECO Reactor, enabling chemical-free water treatment. The system, which combines multiple bacteria-killing forces including on-site generation of chlorine and hydroxyl radicals with ultraviolet irradiation into a single easy-to-use plug-and-play system, has already been deployed at multiple sites in Texas, Colorado, and Utah. The benefits of the SX Reactor include chemical-free kill of multiple bacteria types, treatment for as low as USD 0.10/bbl, a scalar modular design, low energy consumption, and a compact footprint. In its deployments, the AquaMost device has outperformed chemical-biocide treatment methods, killing more types of bacteria for less money, without requiring the purchase, storage, handling, and insurance of chemicals. Numerous E&P companies have scheduled installations of systems this fall and in the spring of 2014 at disposal wells, at fixed-plant recycling facilities, and at the wellhead. The AquaMost solution has the flexibility to handle fresh, brackish, and salt water and can handle source, flowback, and produced water.
- For additional information, visit www.aquamost.com.
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