Seair Announces Completion of Full Scale Demonstration of Its SWEET(TM) Technology with Major Oil Producer
CALGARY, AB / ACCESSWIRE / September 18, 2015 / Last May, Seair (TSXV: SDS) announced the commencement of a full scale field demonstration of its SWEET(TM) Technology for a major oil producer. We are pleased to report that the field demonstration has concluded with impressive results. The producer is now compiling and analyzing the data to determine the next steps. "We are very pleased with the progress on this project to date. Our system performed beyond our expectations during difficult conditions and we look forward to taking the next commercial steps with our client", said Jeff Seibert, Seair CEO.
Seair's patented SWEET(TM) technology provides unmatched, ultra-efficient (up to 99.9+%) and cost effective separation of oil from various produced waters, greatly enhancing the de-oiling process and providing Seair a significant edge in a market& which is one of the cornerstones of Seair's business development strategy.
About Seair Inc.
Seair Inc. is a Calgary based cleantech company. Seair has commercialized proprietary technology that can diffuse gases, such as oxygen, ozone and carbon dioxide, into liquids more effectively and with lower power consumption than the competition. Seair's patented technologies can produce micron size bubbles that are more efficient than other diffusion technologies because the diffused gases remain in solution for extended periods of time, leading to increased productivity and lower operating costs. Seair has been working with customers in the Oil and Gas industry for over five years. Seair applications include oil sands SAGD water solutions, frac and produced water treatment, industrial ponds treatment, mine dewatering/treatment, end-to-end sewage treatment for permanent residential communities and remote work camps, golf course irrigation and pond treatment and most recently, industrial emissions treatment. Parties interested in obtaining further information or receiving news releases and corporate documents from Seair may email such requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the Seair website at www.seairinc.com.
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SOURCE: Seair Inc.
(September 18, 2015 - 9:36 AM EDT)
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