A Canadian cosmetics manufacturing facility recently asked us for an industrial oil water separator which removed miscellaneous oils removed from the wastewater stream. The facility makes numerous products utilizing many different ingredients. This produces a vast range of oils with… Continue reading
Many of the produced water treatment technologies currently in use have their roots in the early 1900s. It was certainly better than simply dumping the produced water on the surface. The use of gunbarrels and other oilfield water treatment systems… Continue reading
MSR is proud to announce that we have passed our 15th anniversary in January 2016 and our 5th anniversary since our move to Texas.
In those 15 years, we build everything from very very small machine tool coolant… Continue reading
In early 2015, the new giant hangar for the Marine Corps MV – 22 Osprey tilt rotor plane was constructed at Marine Corps Air Station, New River, North Carolina.
This hangar is completely state-of-the-art and includes all of the maintenance… Continue reading
MSR is always glad to work with the US Military and we recently provided a retrofit kit of coalescing plate packs MSR for use at a U.S. Navy facility in Washington. This is part of a retrofit kit for an… Continue reading
We recently just assembled two MSR 11 units for another returning customer. These units will be going to Michigan for an industrial manufacturing company. We have provided equipment for them in the past and when they need something… Continue reading
We recently just assembled another MSR 63-2 unit for a returning customer. This unit will be going to Alaska for a large gold mining facility. We have provided equipment for them in the past and when they need… Continue reading
It has been a while since we have posted a blog update. I had the humbling experience of visiting relatives in my trip to the Philippines during these past few weeks. I also had the pleasure of meeting… Continue reading
See how stormwater runoff pollution prevention and Mohr Oil water separators helped salmon survive up North. These colorful fish are sockeye salmon that spawn in the Adams River in British Columbia. They spend most of their life at sea, where… Continue reading