MSP Method

Facilities Structure

: Separation Equipment of Low Boiling Point Substances + Primary/Secondary R/O System + A/C Tower
   
   

Facilities Summary

MSP Method consists of the facilities for separation of low boiling point substances from evaporative condensates and the facilities for removal of residual pollutants from the treated water from which low boiling point substances are primarily separated. The facilities for separation of low boiling point substances consist of a pH control tank (storage tank for evaporative condensate), a separation tower at a reduced pressure (low boiling point separator), and a vacuum condenser. The facilities for treatment of residual pollutants from the treated water passed through the separation tower consist of a treated-water storage tank, a primary R/O system, a degasifier, a secondary R/O system, and A/C tower in the order.
   
   

Advantages

Stabilizes treated-water quality by removing volatile organic compounds (VOC) in condensates.
The site area for facilities is compact, and it is flexible to take actions for the load change of condensate quality. It is possible to operate regardless of the inflow of toxic substances due to the inflow of various mixtures of waste water.
   
   

Disadvantages

The cycle for reverse washing of the R/O system shortens as the pollution load of condensates increases.