Oil Cleaning Filter
Your filter system to protect the environment

Environmental protection cannot be limited to the Oil&Gas sector alone. Industry also needs major innovations to increase sustainability. With OCF, using the patented FF (FOAMFLEX) technology, T1 Solutions has transferred the performance of its products to the water and oil filtration system.

Compressors, used in most industrial processes, produce condensate - a mixture of water and contaminants such as oil particles. This type of condensate, if not properly removed, represents a serious risk to the environment. Condensate, containing both water and oil, cannot be directly discharged into the sewer system without first reducing the oil content below the legal limit. Draining untreated condensate containing compressor lubricant oil is not only harmful to the environment, but also illegal (criminal offense). There are stringent regulations for the treatment of wastewater in Europe, where the maximum allowable concentration of oil in discharged condensate is indicated: emission limit values in surface waters and in sewers are 5 mg/l for discharge into surface waters and 10 mg/l for discharge into the sewer network. The compressor waste is therefore discharged into the sewer network and must comply with the regulations.

T1 Solutions has patented FF (FOAMFLEX) as a replacement product that is more effective than polypropylene in the remediation of oil spills at sea and on land. Starting from this concept, the company wanted to experiment with the ability of FF (FOAMFLEX) to filter oil from water, as a replacement product for polypropylene and activated carbon, in the field of oil filtering from water.

The new OCF filtration solution offers numerous advantages. First of all, it guarantees compliance with environmental regulations, with the consequent reduction of environmental impacts due to industrial activities. In addition, as evidenced by laboratory tests and confirmed by verifications carried out in real application contexts, the OCF filtration system guarantees performance superior to polypropylene and activated carbon, reducing the concentration of hydrocarbons below 10 ppm.

OCF systems with FF (FOAMFLEX) are reliable over time and allow for longer cartridge life with consistent performance. T1 Solutions' filter material also performs better than current solutions in terms of use on various types of oils. The oils used as lubricants for compressed air systems are divided into mineral oils, synthetic and semi-synthetic oils, and food oils. Most oil separators have significant limitations in filtering synthetic and semi-synthetic oils, while the OCF system is effective on all types of oils, making it the ideal solution for any need.

OCF is easy to install in any housing already in the customer's possession, and avoids the use of expensive activated carbon, which is present in many commercial systems. In addition, thanks to the ability to absorb any type of hydrocarbon for about 30/32 times its own weight, it reduces the risk of spillage and clogging compared to many commercial systems.

With OCF you can protect the environment and comply with environmental regulations, without compromising performance.

In addition, the OCF solution allows you to halve disposal costs thanks to the need for smaller quantities of filter material and the lack of activated carbon in OCF systems.

Thank you for choosing OCF from T1 Solutions to protect the environment and water. Using FF (FOAMFLEX) technology, your filtration system becomes effective, reliable, and environmentally friendly. Choose OCF for a sustainable future!

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Tradizionalmente le calze assorbenti selettive sono inserite all’interno di una gabbia di acciaio inox calata all’interno del piezometro per funzionare come uno “skimmer” semplificato.
Test1, società operante nell’Oil Spill Response, ha applicato il proprio materiale brevettato FoamFlex200 all’interno delle tradizionali membrane assorbenti. Questo ha consentito lo sviluppo di membrane assorbenti altamente performanti e riutilizzabili.

Caratteristiche Tecniche

Capacità di assorbimento dell’olio fino a 12 volte il proprio peso. Performance di assorbimento degli idrocarburi incrementate fino a 3.5 volte rispetto alle membrane tradizionali.

Elevata velocità di saturazione (stimabile anche in pochi minuti) e conseguente rapida riduzione del surnatante presente.

Riduzione del recupero di acqua fino al 95% rispetto alle membrane tradizionali. In presenza di surnatante superiore a 40 cm è possibile raggiungere assorbimento di acqua pari a 0 g/g.

Riutilizzabile: le membrane FoamFlex-Geo possono essere strizzate (tramite apposito macchinario) e riutilizzate fino a 10 volte.

Riduzione dello spessore del surnatante sino a 0 cm in pochi passaggi.

Riduzione dei rifiuti solidi e liquidi generati e conseguente riduzione dei costi economici ed ambientali.

Sostituzione del Bailer. La bonifica tramite Bailer genera elevate quantità di rifiuto liquido, prevalentemente composto da H20. In presenza, ad esempio, di 2 cm di surnatante, possono essere necessari anche 15/20 passaggi tramite Bailer, generando ad ogni passaggio rifiuto liquido. La membrana FoamFlex-Geo svolge la stessa funzione del Bailer in un unico passaggio, con recupero di acqua molto limitato.

Test in laboratorio

Test in condizioni reali

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