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Water Pit Ponds

Oil & Gas Water Pit Ponds

Until now, this approach has often relied on pushing large, uncontrolled volumes of different sized water droplets high or far into the air. This is how overspray occurs.

This evaporates some wastewater, but the forced water droplets frequently collide and combine resulting in bigger droplets that do not evaporate. In normal to high wind conditions, this can create contaminated overspray falling outside of the wastewater containment area. That is why most evaporation technology shuts down in windy conditions. Overspray can create regulatory issues resulting in a non-voluntary shutdown. It’s a costly problem. From placement of the technology to the energy costs of operating large motors and fans and operational interruption can be quite high.

Our Solution

The Evaporator utilizes a variable speed drive that adjusts droplet size based on real time weather conditions. This technology allows millions of tiny droplets to be dispersed into the air with reduced contact to others and adds up to more surface area for evaporation to occur more efficiently. The variable speed drive adjusts throw patterns based on wind speed, creating little or no overspray.

Evaporation rates improve when the subject water is as clean as possible. By utilizing our aeration and microbial solutions in conjunction with our Evaporators, we can further maximize the wastewater removal.

The variable speed feature adjusts droplet sizes based on wind speed virtually eliminating overspray. Better still, this feature keeps the system running despite weather conditions. This feature also allows you to evaporate from multiple locations on the pond’s surface, maximizing evaporation.

By atomizing water at multiple locations over the containment area we optimize the environmental factors leading to evaporation: air volume, solar energy, humidity, wind speed and direction. This provides for maximum evaporation potential.

With a wind rate of only three miles per hour, a 50-micron water droplet can drift more than 80 feet from the evaporator. A 400-micron water droplet will only drift four feet. The travel difference between 4 and 80 feet is critical to controlling overspray. Our Technology continually recognizes wind speed and adjusts droplet sizes to effectively evaporate wastewater and keep it in the containment area.


    • Whether you operate a small single wastewater containment area or larger multi-pond compound, Our evaporators and components are designed for customized deployment. And, because our solution is lightweight and modular, you get only the system you need—a system that can be launched by hand into almost any body of water.

    • From demanding organic waste applications to wastewater applications laden with heavy salt, metals and inorganic chemicals, our technology is designed and engineered for the toughest situation.

    • Our evaporator is lightweight, rugged and simple. The sleek and low profile design allows flexibility , corrosion-resistance and it can be easily carried by hand and launched into the waterbody. This minimizes impact to pond liner edges and berms.

    • Reliable operation. Variable weather operation. Corrosion and scaling resistant. Man portable. Lower operational costs.

    • Solutions components are designed for use in virtually all contained water reduction applications. Designed for corrosive high TSS fluids.