Xedia Process Solutions

XOP Patented
Modified Clay Polishing Media

Water Treatment Exclusive Technology
  • Patented, organically-modified clay media designed to remove dispersed, emulsified, and dissolved hydrocarbons and chemicals from aqueous systems.
  • High capacity, non-swelling characteristics
  • Retrofits into competitors existing equipment

High efficiency tertiary water treatment downstream of primary and secondary water treatment equipment:

 Produced Water                  Bilge Water

        Flowback Water                   Industrial Water

      Pipeline Fluids                     Process Water

Technical Specifications 

Size Availability

 Material Number  Size Range (Micron) Designed Use
 XOP-2040 2000-4000  Bulk media – upflow, high solids
 XOP-1025 1000-2500  Bulk media – downflow, low solids
 XOP-0515  0500-1500  Bulk media – downflow, high eff.
 XOP-0310  0300-1000  Cartridge media – radial
 XOP-0105  0100-0500  Cartridge media – radial, high eff.

Physical Properties

 Color  Tan
 Specific Gravity  2.0 – 2.2
 Hardness  2.0 – 2.5 MOHS
 Moisture  NMT 5% by weight

Value Proposition

Water Treatment Exclusive Technology
  • Organoclays are a well established category of products used in industrial water treatment as a consumable media for removal of oil and grease and some dissolved organics
  • Most organoclays are derived from sodium aluminum silicates, causing them to swell- this can drastically limit capacity and raise OPEX due to consumable use.
  • XPS has developed a patented non-swelling organoclay product which can be deployed in cartridge, canister, or bulk bed format to remove organics with high efficiency and high capacity.

In comparison with competing consumable polishing technologies, XOP:

 

Doesn’t swell causing premature change-out

Retains significantly more oil by weight (50-70%)

Performs consistently on the broadest range of oil APIs

Maintains performance in the presence of process chemicals

Can be applied as consumable absorbent or non-consumable coalescer

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