Aspen Polymers Dry Polymer Blending Trailer
Kirk Johnson March 2014
Aspen's dry polymer blending units allow for large volume dry polymer blending and are all in one trailer mounted systems that are complete with control room, lab, work area and storage.
Complete Line of Flocculants, Friction Reducers and Biocides
Kirk Johnson January 2014
Polymers – Aspen Polymers extensive range of high performance polymers includes both liquid/emulsion and dry/powder polymer products. These advanced polymers have been developed for use in a range of demanding industrial and municipal applications involving process water treatment, wastewater and effluent treatment.
Friction Reducers – Aspen Polymer products are a highly effective line of solution and emulsion polymers deigned to perform well in friction reduction across a wide variety of stimulation fluids and field circumstances. We offer a broad portfolio of anionic, nonionic and cationic products.
Scale Inhibitors – Aspen Polymer offers biodegradable scale inhibition technology that is eco-friendly and responds well to the need for environmentally responsible products. Our products are formulated to biodegrade quickly reducing the potential for chemical accumulation.
Aspen Polymers Develops New Automated Polymer Feed System
Robi Booth September 2013
Our Automated Polymer Feed System (APFS) is designed to operate in virtually any environment with
unparalleled performance capabilities. The design specifications are based on over 20 years of experience in the dewatering industry. Based on our research, we have eliminated the high maintenance involved with inferior quality components and parts. Once installed, the APFS will give operators the highest levels of incremental flow and feed adjustments, while the easy-to-use design gives operators the confidence to micro-manage feed operations for maximum performance and minimal waste.
The rugged design of the APFS decreases maintenance expense associated with environmental factors (such as high heat or freezing temperatures) while optimizing operational performance by allowing the unit to stay in service instead of suffering lost or “down” time waiting on lower quality replacement parts or components.