New! Thermal Desorption ROI Calculator

For the first time in the industry you can now get a customized Thermal Desorption ROI report in just minutes. The experts at Vulcan® Systems have used their knowledge to create a calculator that will tell you the estimated feed rate, oil density, water density, fuel costs, electricity costs, staffing and other costs, needed equipment size and time to recoup your investment for your Thermal Desorption project. Go to the full calculator

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Thermal Desorption ROI Calculator

Feb 20 2017 by Vulcan® Systems

The Vulcan® Systems’ Thermal Desorption ROI Calculator considers several key data points to generate specific calculations of the technology’s impact on four metrics: feed, revenue, expense, and equipment requirements The Vulcan® Systems’ Thermal Desorption ROI Calculator considers several key data points to generate specific calculations of the technology’s impact on four metrics: feed, revenue, expense, and equipment requirements. The tool’s calculations are based on data collected from client case studies from five continents.

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Recover Drilling Muds and Drill Cuttings

Feb 15 2017 by Vulcan® Systems

Used to aid in the process of drilling boreholes, drilling mud, also known as drilling fluid, is a necessary component of the drilling process. Used to aid in the process of drilling boreholes, drilling mud, also known as drilling fluid, is a necessary component of the drilling process. These holes are drilled for extraction of oil and gas, core sampling, and many other processes. The drilling fluid lubricates the drill bit and moves the drill cuttings, the broken pieces of material left behind as the drill bit penetrates rock, to the surface where the cuttings are separated from the mud.

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Recover Valuable Oil from Drill Cuttings

Feb 8 2017 by Vulcan® Systems

Drilling muds can contain diesel or synthetic oil-based lubricants. Using Vulcan® Systems Indirect Heated Thermal Processors with Vapor Recovery, these lubricants can be recovered from the cuttings for reuse in new drilling muds or sold as #2 fuel oil. The processed cutting solids are dry and contain less than half of a percent (.5%) residual hydrocarbons. Drilling muds can contain diesel or synthetic oil-based lubricants. Using Vulcan®Systems Indirect Heated Thermal Processors with Vapor Recovery, these lubricants can be recovered from the cuttings for reuse in new drilling muds or sold as #2 fuel oil. The processed cutting solids are dry and contain less than half of a percent (.5%) residual hydrocarbons.

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