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  1. Thermtech
17 October 2010

Thermtech to Attend ADIPEC 2010 in Abu Dhabi

Thermtech, a Norwegian technology and engineering company, will be exhibiting at ADIPEC 2010 on 1-4 November 2010 in Abu Dhabi.

Customers and visitors are welcome to join the company at stand#09060K and get the lastest information about the TCC® technology, a patented and advanced thermal desorption technology able to treat various kinds of oily waste, drilling waste and slops from wells, bottom tank sludge from refineries, soil recovery from production pits, etc. The technology can be operated onshore and offshore.

Thermtech believes that treatment with the TCC is the best environmental option. It avoids discharge of hazardous substances in the environment. In many cases it represents also the best commercial option since the TCC is able to recover the high value components of the waste, with the same qualities of the original components. In the case of drilling waste, for example, the recovered base oil will have the same value of the original base oil, and this oil may therefore pay for a significant part of the costs related to the treatment.

Thermtech itself does not offer services, but assists its customers in getting their waste treatment facilities up and running. Besides the equipment itself, Thermtech offers assistance with permit applications and plant design, education and training of customer’s operators and supervisors, installation and commissioning, operational start up assistance, and remote and on site supervision of operations and maintenance.

The TCC varies in treatment capacity, can have a different power drive (electrical motor or diesel engine), and can be designed for an indoor installation in a plant or for a mobile unit.

The TCC treatment capacities can vary between 3mt/hr to 6mt/hr; the treatment is continuous.

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Thermtech set the global standard for the treatment of oily waste; from drilling operations, like cuttings and slops, to refinery sludge and production pits.
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