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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Coal Fines are a Valuable Commodity

Mar 16 2017 by Vulcan® Systems

Over two billion tons of coal fines, the small waste particles left behind after the crushing and drying of coal, are currently stockpiled in the United States.

Over two billion tons of coal fines, the small waste particles left behind after the crushing and drying of coal, are currently stockpiled in the United States.

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Solution for RCRA Waste

Mar 13 2017 by Vulcan® Systems

With approximately 40 million plus tons of recycled waste in the United States, more stringent environmental regulations have been imposed leaving operators fervently searching for innovative and cost-effective ways to treat and dispose of this waste.

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Drilling Mud Recovery

Mar 9 2017 by Vulcan® Systems

Drilling muds, are an essential component of the drilling process. Used to lubricant the drill bit when drilling boreholes, drilling muds or fluids also bring up the drill cuttings left behind from the drill bit penetrating rock. Drilling muds, are an essential component of the drilling process. Used to lubricant the drill bit when drilling boreholes, drilling muds or fluids also bring up the drill cuttings left behind from the drill bit penetrating rock.

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