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Sparging/Gas-Liquid Contacting

Design Guide & Part Selection

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Sparging. Nickel 200. . efficient mass transfer.076 0. Continuous pipe line sparging can be inline with a non-intrusive Mott GasSaver®. Common Gases Gas Air Ammonia Argon Carbon Dioxide Chlorine Hydrogen Nitrogen Oxygen Ozone Symbol Air NH3 Ar CO2 Cl2 H2 N2 O2 O3 Density #/Ft3 @ STP 0. * . For example. For steam sparging. including 304L SS. C22 and X.116 0. up to 750°F. which provides good corrosion resistance and high temperature capability. with or without agitation.SURFACE AREA – The Critical Variable Sparging – The Process High surface area means fast. Materials of Construction Standard porous media for spargers is 316L stainless steel.35mm (1/4”) bubbles. Tests conducted at Mott indicate that our Media Grade 2 provides fine bubbles over a broad range of application requirements. Mott Media Grade 2* is recommended. Other grades are available – consult factory. 347 SS. 1mm bubbles would have 6.105 0.045 0. the introduction of gas into a liquid is accomplished in many different process variations. Mott spargers. both static and dynamic. Inconel® 600. Media grade 40 is used for agitation.Actual diameter of bubbles will vary depending on liquid media and application conditions. This guide will show you how to size and design cost-effective sparger systems for each of the process variations. Monel® 400. Mott makes no claim as to actual size of bubbles. with equal volumes of gas.073 0. Hastelloy® C276. can be batch or continuous flow.189 0. Other materials are available on special order.005 0. with the sparging elements located in the tank. Its controlled porosity is a result of Mott proprietary manufacturing methods and dedication to quality. With thousands of pores over the surface. far exceed the performance of drilled pipe and other conventional spargers. or using intrusive pipe line mounted sparger elements.35 times more gas-liquid contact surface area than 6. In-tank applications. 430 SS.084 0. Media Grade 10 is recommended. Standard sparger hardware is 316 stainless steel. large volumes of gas can be passed with very high specific area. The key to high-efficiency sparging is fine bubble propagation which provides maximum surface area for effective "mass transfer.126 Sparging Media Grades For most gas sparging applications. and Alloy 20. Industries Served • • • • • • • • • • • • • Beverage Chemical Fish Farming Food Industrial Minerals Mining Paper Petrochemical Pharmaceutical Power Waste Treatment And Many Others…… Precision Porous Metal Media The high performance of Mott spargers comes from the superior characteristics of Mott precision porous media." Mott precision porous metal creates fine bubbles* over a broad range of application requirements.

Refer to Mott Sparging Literature (Ref: PMSPARG) or Mott Sparger Selection Key. liquid head in feet x 0. Not Agitated: 5 – 10 FPM Design 25 FPM Maximum In-Tank. Select appropriate Mott sparger element or elements. ACFM = SCFM x 14. Calculate sparger area required Ft (A). ACFM is calculated at the liquid pressure and temperature at the sparger.7 + P) 520 5. Sizing Procedure for In-Tank Spargers 1. Determine ACFM. Agitated: Sparger sizing is based on the superficial gas exit velocity from the porous sparger surface.2 *Calculate agitator tip speed: Agitator Diameter (in) x RPM = FPS 229 3. 2 If 1 – 5 FPS* Then 25 FPM Design 50 FPM Maximum 25 FPM Design 100 FPM Maximum 50 FPM Design 150 FPM Maximum 5 – 10 FPS* >10 FPS* 2.0) For closed tanks or vessels with a pressurized head space. use reinforced elements or provide support as required. 2. For open or vented tanks. calculated from actual cubic feet per minute per square foot of sparger surface area (ACFM/Ft.Sparger Sizing DESIGN GUIDE IN-TANK / STATIC SPARGER Gas Exit Velocity Chart In-Tank. 2. (Specific Gravity of water = 1. Lower exit velocities will produce smaller bubbles.7 x (460 + T) (14. A = ACFM FPM 7. Exit velocities may be less than the design values given. . In agitated tanks.1 Determine gas flow required in standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM). expressed in feet per minute (FPM). and determine best in-tank arrangement based on process requirements. In some instances. Reinforced or supported elements should be used in agitated vessels. actual application must be tested/proven.it is not based on gas pressure. (T).2). FPM. Select Gas Exit Velocity. 6. add head space pressure to the liquid head pressure to obtain (P) Determine liquid temperature °F.433 x specific gravity = PSIG. in PSIG (P). 4. from SCFM using standard gas formula. Determine liquid pressure at the sparger. See Gas Exit Velocity Chart.

where the sparger element is located inside of the pipe line.5 FPS** 5 . 6” >6” *Based on schedule 40 pipe. Assume a sparger diameter. ACFM is calculated at the liquid pressure and temperature in the pipe line. is based on the superficial Gas Exit Velocity from the sparger element in relation to the liquid velocity in the annulus between the inside of the pipe line and the sparger element.448 9.(sparger OD)2] x 2. Select the appropriate Mott sparger element. 7. (T). Determine ACFM using standard gas formula ACFM = SCFM x 14. 8. 10. Calculate sparger area required Ft2 (A). See Mott Sparging Literature (Ref: PMSPARG) or Mott Sparger Selector Key. 4.1 GPM 39 GPM 80 GPM 175 GPM 299 GPM 747 GPM Calculate** Intrusive Pipe Line Sparger Sizing Procedure 1. Determine pipe line size. Reinforced elements are recommended. 3. or elements with a centering spider for support within the pipe line. In some instances. Exit velocities can be <5 FPM with good performance.10 FPS** > 10 FPS** Then 25 FPM design 50 FPM maximum 25 FPM design 100 FPM maximum 50 FPM design 150 FPM maximum Element Diameter Guide Pipe Size 1/2” 3/4” 1“ 1-1/2” 2” 3” 4” Sparger ∅ 3/8” 1/2” 3/4” 1” 1” 1-1/2” 2” 2-1/2” 2-1/2” Flow @ 10 FPS* 6 GPM 10.5 GPM 13. Determine liquid pressure in the pipe line in PSIG (P). or an element with a centering spider for support within the pipe line. (not gas pressure). Exit velocity is expressed in feet per minute (FPM).7 x (460 + T) (14. Determine gas flow required in standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM). **Liquid linear velocity in annulus between the pipe and sparger element FPS. Gas Exit Velocity Chart If 1 .INTRUSIVE PIPELINE SPARGER DESIGN GUIDE Intrusive Pipe Line Sparger Sizing Intrusive pipe line sparger sizing. . is recommended for pipe line spargers. calculated from actual cubic feet per minute per square foot of sparger surface area (ACFM/Ft2).7 + P) 520 5. 6. Determine liquid temperature °F.** Select Gas Exit Velocity FPM. FPS = GPM [(pipe ID)2 . Determine liquid flow in gallons per minute (GPM). Calculate liquid linear velocity in the annulus between the pipe line ID and the sparger element ID. Lower gas exit velocities produce finer bubbles. A = ACFM FPM 11. actual application must be tested/proven. 2. A reinforced element.

Determine liquid line pressure. Lower gas exit velocities produce finer bubbles. go to the next size larger model or order a special GasSaver with a 12" long porous section for double the area.INLINE DYNAMIC SPARGER DESIGN GUIDE Non-Intrusive Inline Dynamic Sparger Sizing Sizing is based on liquid flow.10 FPS >10 FPS Gas Exit Velocity 25 FPM design 50 FPM maximum 25 FPM design 100 FPM maximum 50 FPM design 200 FPM maximum *Liquid linear velocity FPS. Should the exit velocity be too high. Select Inline Dynamic Sparger model. . In some instances.5 FPS 5 . then determine the gas flow in ACFM and check gas exit velocity through the porous media to be sure it is within maximum design limits. FPS = GPM (Porous ID2 x 2. FPM FPM=ACFM A 9. based on the operating conditions. See Dynamic Sparger Selection in Mott Literature (Ref: PMSPARG) or Mott Sparger Selector Key. PSIG (P). Check to be sure that the exit velocity is within the maximum range. Ft2 (A). with both liquid and gas flows. 2. Record GasSaver area.7+P) 520 7. actual application must be tested/proven. Calculate gas exit velocity. 6.448) Sizing Method 1. Calculate actual cubic feet per minute (ACFM) using standard gas formula: ACFM = SCFM x 14. Select the Dynamic Sparger Model 8501 or GasSaver® for a given application. 3. Determine gas flow in standard cubic feet per minute (SCFM).7 x (460+T) (14. Nominal flow rate is based on 10 FPS linear velocity through the ID of the Dynamic Sparger. 8. These spargers can operate effectively from less than 5 FPS up to 20 FPS. Determine liquid temperature °F (T). Gas Exit Velocity Chart Liquid Linear Velocity* 1 . GasSavers provide a very broad range of effective operation. 4. 5. Determine liquid flow rate in gallons per minute (GPM).

39 0.39 0.10 0.98 1.39 0.31 0.5” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 0. Media Grade 2 recommended for gas sparging / Media Grade 10 recommended for steam sparging / Media Grade 40 recommended for tank agitation.64 2.29 0.20 0.20 0.09 1.5” 10” 20” 30” 40” 10” 20” 30” 40” 10” 20” 30” 40” Description 2224-G24-10-A00-XX-AB -20-30-402232-G32-10-A00-XX-AB -20-30-402240-G40-10-A00-XX-AB -20-30-40- D Dia L 1.39 0.33 0. and 316 stainless steel hardware.33 0.29 0.78 D Dia L 0.13 0.75” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 1.26 0.MOTT SPARGER SELECTOR KEY In-tank and/or Intrusive Precision Sparger Elements Mott porous metal sparger elements are available in many configurations to suite specific process requirements.87 1.10 0.13 0.26 0.09 1.39 0.05 0.5” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 0.29 0.13 0.64 2. Standard materials are 316L stainless steel porous media.0” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” G* 1” Area Ft2 0.29 0.0” 1/2” 2.65 0.20 0.59 0.26 0.0” 1” 2.59 0.10 0.44 0.31 1.75 0.06 0.10 0.39 0.54 1.26 0.5” 1” .20 0.75 0.44 0.18 2.5” 1” 2.52 0.65 0.15 0.20 0.0” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” Description 2306-G06-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-362308-G08-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-362312-G12-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-362316-G16-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-36- D Dia L 0.78 1/4” 1” 1/4” 1” 1/2” 1” Rolled and Welded Elements Description 2224-A04-10-A00-XX-AB -20-30-402232-A08-10-A00-XX-AB -20-30-402240-A16-10-A00-XX-AB -20-30-40- Rolled and Welded Elements A NPT Area Ft2 1/4” 0.05 0. NOTES: “XX” – Specify Media Grade in the Product Description.31 1.98 1. Other materials and sizes available on special order.375” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 0.52 0.15 0.31 0.20 0.87 1.375” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 0.75” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 1. (* “G” can be any length – specify) Seamless Sparger Elements Description 2306-A04-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-362308-A04-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-362312-A04-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-362316-A08-06-A00-XX-AB -12-18-24-36- Seamless Sparger Elements A NPT Area Ft2 1/4” 0.5” 10” 20” 30” 40” 10” 20” 30” 40” 10” 20” 30” 40” G* 1” Area Ft2 0.54 1.13 0.18 D Dia L 1.06 0.

5” 15.25 0.55 0.75” 1” 1/2” 1.5” 12” 18” 24” 36” 3.75” 9.5” 20.55 0.5” 12” 9. Standard materials are 316L stainless steel hardware.18 0.5” NOTES: “XX” – Specify Media Grade in the Product Description. 39 gpm 8501-1 1/2-06-XX 1 1/2” -12-18-24-36- 3/4” .24 0.06 0.04 0.75” 15.03 0. Upon reaching the end of the element.45 0.25 0. Gas is introduced into the element which mounts within the pipe housing.17 0.05 0. Nominal flow rates are given based on 10 FPS liquid velocity through the annulus.5” 33.5” 32.75” 15.5” 8.5” 2.5” 36” 33. Liquid enters the side inlet to the tee and passes through the annulus between the pipe and the element and shears the bubbles from the element for fine-bubble performance.75” 33.5” 14.MOTT SPARGER SELECTOR KEY Inline Dynamic Sparger – 8501 Series Mott 8501 Series Tee-Mounted Sparger Assemblies offer simple mounting in process piping systems.35 0.18 0.15 0. from less than 5 FPS up to 20 FPS.0” 12” 18” 24” 36” 2.75” 21.37 0.35 0.5” 18” 15.75” 9.18 0. Media Grade 2 is recommended for gas sparging / Media Grade 10 is recommended for steam sparging.5” 3/4” 1/4” Sparger Element – 8501 Series 0.75” 3.5” 20.08 0.71 Sparger Element – 850 Series 6” 0.375” 4” 12” 10” 18” 16” 24” 22” 36” 34” 6” 0.5” 32.28 0.45 0.28 0. Sparger – 850 Series Product Description 850-1/2-06-XX -12-18-24-36850-3/4-06-XX -12-18-24-36850-1-06-XX -12-18-24-36850-1 1/2-06-XX -12-18-24-36- D 0.5” 9.10 0.37 0. Other materials are available on special order.5” 24” 21.18 0.32 0.75” 33.10 0.32 0.5” 14. The 8501 will operate effectively over a wide range. there is a sudden expansion in area that creates turbulence and good mixing of the gas and liquid.17 0.75” 21.5” 6” 1.13 0. Gas passes from inside to the outside of the element.04 0.5” 8. 10 FPS is a good design basis.05 0.75” 3.5” 21.24 0.75” 10 gpm 3/4” 1/4” 13 gpm 1” 1/2” 6” 0.15 0.0” 1 1/2” 3/4” Nominal Product Liquid Description Flow 6 gpm 8501-1/2-06-XX -12-18-24-368501-3/4-06-XX -12-18-24-368501-1-06-XX -12-18-24-36- A NPT B NPT L 1/2” 1/8” D PL Porous AreaFt2 0.08 0.03 0.5” Porous AreaFt2 0.375” A NPT B NPT L 1/2” 1/8” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” PL 4” 10” 16” 22” 34” 3.06 0.71 0.13 0.

29 0.29 0.65 0.5” 10” -10/6-AD00-XX-AB 10” -10/12-AD00-XX-AB 10” 2240-CD16-20-AD00-XX-AB -20/6-AD00-XX-AB -20/12-AD00-XX-AB 2240-CD16-30-AD00-XX-AB -30/6-AD00-XX-AB -30/12-AD00-XX-AB 20” 20” 20” 30” 30” 30” 3/4” 1/2” 1” 1/2” .20 0.30 1.39 0.20 0.15 0.09 1.87 1.98 0.09 1.63 1/2” 1/4” 3/4” 1/4” 2240-CD16-10-AD00-XX-AB 2.43 12” 0.05 0.43 0” 6” 12” 0” 6” 12” 0” 1” 6” 12” 0” 6” 12” 0” 6” 12” 0.63 1.26 0.06 0.15 0.840” 0.075” -12-18-24-366400-3/4-1-1/2-06-XX -12-18-24-360.39 0.54 0.32 6 0.MOTT SPARGER ELEMENT SELECTOR KEY Reinforced Sparger Elements NOTES: “XX” – Specify Media Grade in the Product Description.750” 1/2” 1/8” 0” 3/4” 1.20 0.32 0” 6” 12” 0” 6” 12” 0.98 0.20 0.63 1.09 1.87 0.87 0.375” -12-18-24-366400-3/8-1/2-1/8-06-XX 0.10 0.13 0.54 1.5” 10” -10/6-AD00-XX-AB 10” -10/12-AD00-XX-AB 10” 2224-CD08-20-AD00-XX-AB -20/6-AD00-XX-AB -20/12-AD00-XX-AB 2224-CD08-30-AD00-XX-AB -30/6-AD00-XX-AB -30/12-AD00-XX-AB 2232-CD12-10-AD00-XX-AB 2” -10/6-AD00-XX-AB -10/12-AD00-XX-AB 2232-CD12-20-AD00-XX-AB -20/6-AD00-XX-AB -20/12-AD00-XX-AB 2232-CD12-30-AD00-XX-AB -30/6-AD00-XX-AB -30/12-AD00-XX-AB 20” 20” 20” 30” 30” 30” 10” 10” 10” 20” 20” 20” 30” 30” 30” 6400-3/8-1/4-1/8-06-XX 0.54 0.050” 0.375” -12-18-24-366400-1/2-1/2-1/4-06-XX 0.05 0.315” 0.13 0.98 Product Description D Dia A NPT 1/4” B NPT 1/8” L 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” 6” 12” 18” 24” 36” Area Ft2 0.10 0.39 0.20 0. Type 6400 Sparger Elements Product Description D Dia L T A NPT C Dia Area Ft2 0” 1/2” 0.32 12” 0.20 0.59 2224-CD08-10-AD00-XX-AB 1.10 0.30 1. Media Grade 2 recommended for gas sparging / Media Grade 10 recommended for steam sparging / Media Grade 40 recommended for tank agitation.06 0.26 0.65 0.10 0.29 0.29 0.65 0.500” -12-18-24-366400-3/4-3/4-1/2-06-XX 0.500” -12-18-24-366400-1/2-3/4-1/4-06-XX 0.59 0.30 1.39 0.43 6” 0.

28 0. Media Grade 2 is recommended for gas sparging / Media Grade 10 is recommended for steam sparging.50” 10” 0.33 0. resulting in very fine bubbles and the ultimate in performance.05 0.125” 1 1/2” 24” 1.5” 3.MOTT SPARGER SELECTOR KEY Inline Non-Intrusive Dynamic Spargers Mott GasSaver® Series provides a new dimension in sparger and gas/liquid contacting performance.03 0.23 0.23 0.75” 2” 1 1/2” 0.5” 1 1/2” 24” S71C24B65-C10FXXAB-65 1 1/2” 0.875” 4” Mott Industrial GasSavers Nominal Product Liquid Description Flow 10 gpm 15 gpm 40 gpm 50 gpm 100 gpm 150 gpm 200 gpm 300 gpm 400 gpm 600 gpm 800 gpm 71B24B78-B10FXXAB-65 71C24B78-C12FXXAB-65 71D24B78-D20FXXAB-65 71D24B78-D22FXXAB-65 71E24B78-E34FXXAB-65 71E24B78-E40FXXAB-65 71F24B78-F46FXXAB-65 71G24B78-G56FXXAB-65 71G24B78-G66FXXAB-65 71G24B78-G80FXXAB-65 71H24B78-H92FXXAB-65 A Dia 1” 2” 2” 3” 3” 4” 6” 6” 6” 8” ID B L Porous AreaFt2 0.5” 1” S71C24B65-C08FXXAB-65 1 1/2” 0. 10 FPS is a good design point.0 gpm 7610-1/4-6-XX-AB 7610-1/2-6-XX-AB 0.65 0.18 0. The liquid passing through the inside of the porous element “shears” the bubbles from the media before they can fully propagate. from 5 FPS up to 20 FPS.375” 1 1/2” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” S71V24B65-V22FXXAB-65 2 1/2” 1.375” 1” 0. Exit velocities can be <5 FPS with good performance in some applications – actual application must be tested. Nominal flow rates are given based on 10 FPS liquid velocity through GasSavers.18 0.5” 5.10 0.125” 2” 2.54 0.125” 4” 2. Other materials are available on special order.375” 4” 2.28 0.15 0.06 Industrial GasSaver Shown Below . NOTES: “XX” – Specify Media Grade in the Product Description.5 gpm 6.08 0. Mott Sanitary GasSavers Nominal Product Liquid Description Flow 3.10 0.25” 10” 0.375” 2” S71V24B65-V28FXXAB-65 2 1/2” 1.38 S71B24B65-B06FXXAB-65 1” S71B24B65-B08FXXAB-65 1” 0.5 gpm 6 gpm 6 gpm 10 gpm 15 gpm 30 gpm 50 gpm 50 gpm 75 gpm 75 gpm 100 gpm 140 gpm 100 gpm 150 gpm 200 gpm A Dia ID B L Porous AreaFt2 24” 24” 0.25” 1” 1.08 0.125” 2” 5. 316 stainless steel hardware and housings.31 0.75” 1 1/2” 24” S71D24B65-D18FXXAB-65 2” S71D24B65-D22FXXAB-65 2” 1.625” 3/4” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 24” 1.75” 1” Sanitary GasSaver Shown Above Mott Laboratory GasSavers All-Welded Construction Nominal Liquid Flow Product Description Tubing Conn Porous Overall Dia ID Lg Porous AreaFt2 1.125” 1” 2.28 0. Gas is introduced into the annulus around the porous metal from outside to inside.375” 1” 2.75” 0.5” 4” 2.18 0.75” 2” 2.875” 1” 4.46 0.16 0.50” 0. and non-asbestos gasket. GasSavers will operate effectively over a wide range.33 0.75 0.0” 1” 2” 2” 2.625” 1 1/2” 24” S71C24B65-C12FXXAB-65 1 1/2” 0.06 0.38 0.06 0. Standard materials are 316L stainless steel porous media.75” 2” S71E24B65-E28FXXAB-65 3” S71E24B65-E34FXXAB-65 3” S71E24B65-E38FXXAB-65 3” S71F24B65-F34FXXAB-65 S71F24B65-F40FXXAB-65 S71F24B65-F46FXXAB-65 4” 4” 4” 1.

5” 2. and polished wells. Tube Dia ----------------------.0” 1.52 1.13 1.-----------------.5” 1.------------S7116-L-XX-AB 1.5” 1.5” 3.26 . Mott spargers eliminate steam hammer and reduce steam consumption in direct steam injection applications.13 .5” 3.5” .MOTT SPARGER SELECTOR KEY Inline Non-Intrusive – Sanitary S71 Series Mott’s sanitary tee-mounted sparger offers state-ofthe-art sparging performance.75” 1.5” 1. Can operate from 1-20 FPS.5” 2.0” 6” Area 12”Area D Ft2 Tri-Clamp** Ft2 ---------.0” B Sparger Dia C ----------------.26 .39 .0” 2. 3A finish. Nominal* Liquid Flow ----------------12 gpm 30 gpm 60 gpm 110 gpm 150 gpm 260 gpm Sparger Element A Part Desc.5” 2. Standard construction: Mott precision 316L stainless steel porous media.-------0. Permanent porous 316L stainless steel media can easily be cleaned for long service life. A sudden increase in cross-sectional area results in a zone of turbulence.13 .0” 2. Other Lengths Available – Consult Factory.0” L = Length: 6” (6) or 12” (12). *Nominal flow specified at 10 FPS annular liquid velocity.0” 4.20 . 316L/316).10 . Example Product Description: S7132-12-2-AB (2” Tee Mount – 1” Diameter Element x 12” Porous Length. **Tri-Clamp sanitary flanges or equivalent. Mott porous metal media provides fine bubble propagation for an optimal gas/liquid interface and effective mass transfer.19 .0” 4.-----------.5” 1.5” 6. 316 stainless steel hardware.26 .0” 4. Media Grade 10 (10) for steam.06 .0” 1.0” 6. Gas/liquid mixing occurs when the gasladened liquid reaches the end of the sparger element.0” E Tri-Clamp** ------------------1. Media Grade 2. Simple sanitary flange/clamp assembly allows for ease of installation and removal for cleaning.5” 2. Mott gas spargers mean lowers gas consumption with high performance.0” 0.0” S7124-L-XX-AB S7132-L-XX-AB S7140-L-XX-AB S7148-L-XX-AB S7164-L-XX-AB 1.0” 6. XX = Media Grade: Media Grade 2 (2) for most gas applications.5” 8. .5” 4.

LIQUID TYPE SPECIFIC GRAVITY DENSITY LB/IN3 TEMPERATURE DEG F GAS TYPE PRESSURE PSIG SPECIFIC GRAVITY DENSITY LB/IN3 IN-TANK: BATCH CONTINUOUS GAS VOLUME SCFM TANK DIMENSIONS FT HEAD SPACE FT VENTED PRESSURIZED PSIG LIQUID VOLUME GAL LIQUID HEAD FT AGITATED NOT AGITATED AGITATOR DIA.ISO 9001:2000 CERTIFIED SPARGING APPLICATION DATA SHEET CUSTOMER ADDRESS CONTACT PHONE E-MAIL FAX DATE APPLICATION: Please check appropriate box for your application. AERATION AGITATION BULKING CARBONATION CHLORINE BLEACHING COLUMN FLOTATION DEWATERING OIL GAS/LIQUID REACTIONS HYDROGENATION OIL FLOTATION OXYGEN BLEACHING OXYGEN STRIPPING OXYGENATION OZONATION pH CONTROL STEAM INJECTION VOLATILES STRIPPING OTHER PROCESS DESCRIPTION AND OBJECTIVES: Please complete the following (with details). FT AGITATOR SPEED RPM MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS: SPECIFY ANSI FLANGE SIZE SANITARY SIZE NPT SIZE PIPE LINE: LIQUID FLOW RATE LIQUID PRESSURE PIPE SIZE (IPS) GAS FLOW RATE MOUNTING REQUIREMENTS: SPECIFY INLINE ANSI FLANGE SANITARY NPT ELBOW TEE SIZE SIZE SIZE GPM PSIG IN SCFM .

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