Frames to supply desalters to refinery; In-Situ acquires ChemScan; Watson-Marlow to demonstrate pump at INTERPHEX

March 22, 2019

Industry news: Frames to supply desalters to MOL refinery; In-Situ acquires ChemScan, formerly ASA Analytics; Watson-Marlow to demonstrate pump at INTERPHEX.

Frames to supply two desalters to MOL Duna Refinery

Frames, an oil and gas downstream equipment supplier, was awarded a contract to supply two desalters (electrostatic coalescers) to Hungarian oil and gas company MOL Group for the Duna Refinery near Budapest. The Frames Desalters will enable MOL to process a range of crude oils. The desalters are two-phase separators that use an electrostatic field to remove water and salts from crude oil, allowing cost-effective transport and protecting downstream processes from corrosion and fouling.

In-Situ acquires ChemScan, formerly ASA Analytics

In-Situ Inc. acquired ChemScan Inc., formerly known as ASA Analytics. The acquisition will expand In-Situ’s ability to serve process applications including industrial wastewater and other industrial water process markets. For more than 40 years, In-Situ has designed and manufactured water level and water quality monitoring equipment. Located in Waukesha, Wisconsin, ChemScan specializes in the manufacturing of automatic chemical analysis systems for water and wastewater monitoring and control. ChemScan will continue operations in Wisconsin and operate as an In-Situ company.

Watson-Marlow to demonstrate pump at INTERPHEX

Watson-Marlow Fluid Technology Group (WMFTG) will showcase its bioprocessing products at INTERPHEX on April 2-4 at the Javits Center in New York. WMFTG will be in booth #2833 to demonstrate its Quantum peristaltic pump with ReNu single-use (SU) cartridge technology. Quantum enables higher downstream process yields throughout the pressure range, delivering virtually pulse-free linear flow, lowest shear and validation aligned with Biophorum Operations Group (BPOG) guidelines.

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