|SEAIR INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20120256011||METHOD OF HIGH FLOW GAS DIFFUSION - A method of high flow gas diffusion is described involving the following steps. Firstly, positioning at least one diffuser in an upper portion of a vessel. Secondly, filling the upper portion of the vessel with a gas to create a gas zone. Thirdly, passing a liquid through the at least one diffuser to create at least two liquid streams that impinge upon each other in the gas zone in a shearing action that causes the liquid to interact with the gas. Fourthly, collecting and removing treated liquid from a lower portion of the vessel.||10-11-2012|
|20120039780||HEADSPACE GAS TREATMENT APPARATUS AND METHOD - An apparatus for treating headspace gas has a production water tank, a shource of at least one of oxygen and ozone, a diffuser, and a reaction tank. The production water tank contains a headspace gas and a headspace gas outlet. At least a portion of the headspace gas is a sulfide gas. The diffuser diffuses a mixture of the at least one of oxygen and ozone and headspace gas from the production water tank via the headspace gas outlet into a liquid solvent. The at least one of oxygen and ozone oxidizes at least a portion of the sulfide gas as they pass through the diffuser. The reaction tank for receives the liquid solvent.||02-16-2012|
|20100096305||WASTEWATER TREATMENT APPARATUS - A wastewater treatment apparatus (||04-22-2010|
|20090178967||FLOW THROUGH WASTEWATER TREATMENT APPARATUS - An apparatus for treating liquid includes a tank having a water inlet for receiving water, a treated water outlet for outputting treated water and a flow path between the inlet and the outlet. An injection section of the tank is located along the flow path of the tank with an outlet toward a bottom of the tank. Ozonated liquid containing ozone microbubbles is injected through an injection manifold positioned within the injection section of the tank. The ozone microbubbles adsorb to impurities in the ozonated water. A separation section of the tank is positioned downstream of the outlet of the injection section. The separation section has a contact surface such that the ozonated water travels upward to contact the contact surface and such that at least a portion of the ozone microbubbles adsorb to the contact surface.||07-16-2009|
Patent applications by SEAIR INC.