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ProSep announces successful mixer installations and sales

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Hydrocarbon Engineering,

ProSep has announced the successful installation and sales of its proprietary MAX+ ProSaltTM mixers across a number of strategic global locations.

Demonstrating the mixer’s versatility, the contracts will ensure that the technology is deployed in the refinery, midstream, and upstream environments for three global clients in Argentina, Slovakia and the southern USA.

The MAX+ mixer provides homogeneous, high efficiency mixing, regardless of the process flow rate for crude desalting, resulting in better distribution, moderate shear forces and emulsion avoidance thereby reducing chemical and wash water consumption. This homogeneous distribution differentiates this modern mixer from some conventional mixing valves, which can result in stable emulsions of wash water and crude impacting the separation performance.

Mahesh Konduru, ProSep’s Chief Executive, said: “The global petrochemical industry continues to source solutions that are both cost and time efficient; our MAX+ mixer was designed with those requirements specifically in mind. Regardless of environment – refinery, midstream or upstream – the mixer ensures efficient wash water utilisation by reducing injection volumes and improving separation of disparate fluids, when compared to traditional mixing technologies.

“The recent installation and sale of our MAX+ ProSalt mixers across three global locations and a range of environments demonstrates the versatility of our technologies and our commitment to continuously innovate as a business.”

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