All the industries that operate in natural and non-renewable sources of energy need a Shale Shaker. They can be widely used in oil and gas industries. Drilling and Mining Industries are also in dire need of Shale Shakers. Another industry that makes use of Shale Shakers is a coal cleaning industry. Without the help of Shale Shakers, all these industries could face trouble and huge expenditure incurred in procuring the oil and gases through the tedious and time-consuming processes. The very first step of drilling begins with a Shale Shaker. The machines operated to separate the solids from the liquid.
The fluids, which are otherwise disposed and considered of no use at all, are wonderful lubricants and cooling agents for the Shale Shaker. The only negative aspect of the fluids is chemicals mixed inside them that would be present in water and oil based solutions irrespective of their unique qualities.
It is a boon for industries of 21st century. Shale Shakers are highly effective, environment friendly, cost effective, and error-free. However, they need only specialized personnel and professionals to work properly. They directly influence and affect the outcome of industries’ profits and losses. It becomes essential to keep them clean for better functioning.
Decantation is a process of separating impurities from a liquid solution. It is quite similar to the process of sedimentation where an insoluble object is immersed in the liquid sample and allowed it to rest for a while. It attracts all the impurities and the water comes out purified and cleaner. A decanter is like a glass or bowl like structure, which performs the sedimentation or decantation, process and aims at purification of the liquids that could be wine, cognac, scotch, or a whiskey. It was a very popular method for storing wines during the earlier times.
Decanters are made using a varied material as such as glass, stainless steel or a crystal. Christina Moueix had once quoted about decanting wines that he had like to decant both young and old wines. He wanted to show respect for old wines and leap of faith in the younger ones.
He believed that decanting old wines is necessary as it removes any deposits that may have accumulated over the years. Decanting wines helped in maintaining the clarity and taste of the wine. The young wines ought to be decanted for at least a few hours as they allow development which otherwise could have taken many years without decantation.