OMEX offers an in-depth analysis and treatment of all the possible problems, which can occur within the wastewater treatment industry.
This usually involves a site visit, lab analysis of the effluent, where OMEX analyse the treatment performance of the wastewater and then a trial onsite before a final tailor-made solution is formulated.
Methane Potential Analysis
For anaerobic processes and biogas production, OMEXs' AMPTS (Automatic Methane Potential Test System) machine is used for investigating optimised anaerobic digestion and biogas production capabilities.
Omex can predict the potential outcome of the addition of TEA (trace element additives) to a specific system to provide customer confidence before going to a trial stage.
OMEX lab services, based at its Kings Lynn Site include the analysis of most elements in inorganic treatment systems using a variety of techniques, such as their ICP (Inductive Coupled Plasma-Spectrophotometer) equipment for metals analysis (including essential trace elements and other metals), analysis for low and high concentrations of total nitrogen (Ammonia/Urea/Nitrogen), and a variety of other chemical and photometric techniques.
Neutralisation Efficiency Analysis
Assessment of neutralisation efficiency, metals removal, and sludge reduction when using magnesium hydroxide or calcium hydroxide suspensions can also be undertaken.
Report and Recommendations
On completion of the test work an analysis report will be generated with recommendations of the appropriate chemical for the plant and proposed action (if any).
Test procedures will be conducted according to approved methodologies that conform to techniques approved by the Department of the Environment and published under the MEWAM (Methods for the Examination of Water and Associated Materials) title.
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