Mission Solar Energy Sale # 2 - Negotiated Sale Extended
June 1, 2017 to November 30, 2017
Mission Solar Energy
Negotiated Sale: Buy Now – Followed by Online Auction
Auction Date: July 12, 2017
Featuring: Cell Line Facility Support Equipment, Waste Water Treatment, Scrubbers, Compressors, Chillers, Transformers, RODI Water Systems, Gas Cabinets and MORE!
San Antonio, TX
Facility Support c/o:
Acid, Alkali, and NOX Scrubbers
The Acid, Alkali & NOX Scrubbers are a series of ducts and fans that exhaust the fumes and byproduct form the cell line equipment. Each scrubber is setup as a redundant system and has 2 separate units to be able to ensure a 100% run rate for the facility. The Acid Scrubber is capable of 57,420 ACFM and uses Sodium Hydroxide as it dosing agent. The Alkali Scrubber is capable of 20,580 ACFM and uses Sulfuric Acid as it dosing agent. The NOC Scrubber is capable of 1,300 ACFM and uses Sodium Hydrosulfate & Sodium Hydroxide as it dosing agent.
Chem Room Acid and Alkali Scrubbers
The Chemical Room Acid & Alkali Scrubbers are a series of ventilation ducts and fans that exhaust fumes from the chemical storage containers. The Acid system is designed as follows; 1,700 ACFM with an Overall Removal Efficiency of Nitric Acid Mist 99% > 20 micron, HF Acid 98% & HCI Gaseous 95%. The Alkali system is designed as follows; 700 ACFM with an Overall Removal Efficiency of KOH 99% > 20 micron, Ammonium Sulfate 99% > 20 micron & Ammonium Fluoride 99% > 20 micron.
Chemical Bulk Supply
Chemical Room Exhaust Fan
The Chemical Room Exhaust Fan is a series of ventilation ducts and a fan used to achieve the required air change rate for the room. The system is designed for airflow up to 9,690 CFM and is a Class I.
Gas Cabinets – Ammonia, Nitrogen, Oxygen, and Silane
Gas Room Exhaust Fan
The Gas Room Exhaust Fan is a series of ventilation ducts and a fan used to achieve the required air change rate for the room. The system is designed for airflow up to 550 CFM.
Gas Storage Room Systems
RODI System Potable Water
Reverse Osmosis and Deionized Water (RODI) system is used to provide deionized ultra-pure water for plant production process. The systems starts with potable water, recycled water can be used depending on it existing concentration of pathogenic bacteria, parasites, and enteric viruses. This system has the recycled water components but do to existing recycled water conditions it was never implemented. The RODI system has the following capabilities, UF 273.4gpm, RO 112.7gpm, EDI 102.6gpm and the Polishing unit 110.1gpm. The water is sent through the following process; Auto Disk Filter to UF Unit to A/C Filter to Heat Exchanger, to UV Sterilization to Pre Micro Filter to 2nd Micro Filter to Membrane De-gasifier to EDI Unit to Heat Exchanger to TOC UV to Mixed Polisher Bed to Final UF Unit.
The VOC Abetment Unit is used to convert volatile organic compounds and solvent-laden gas into carbon dioxide and water vapor. This is achieved by directing exhausted air into a porous bed filled with high temperature ceramic heat transfer media heated by Natural Gas. There are two units setup as a redundant system these two separate units ensure a 100% run rate for the facility. The system is capable of 5,000 SCFM and has a Heating Value of Solvent, BTU/# of 15,000.
Waste Water Treatment System
The Waste Water Treatment system is designed to process 115,200GPD of Hydrofluoric Acid and 475,200GPD of Acid Waste Neutralization and accommodate a pH of 5.5-10.5 and a Fluoride PPM of 17.4 and below. The system consists of 4 areas. The waste comes from the plant floor to one of the two waste collection areas Pit #1 & Pit #2, both pits have 1 tank for Alkali and 1 tank for Acids, both also have a spare tank in each area. The Alkali goes from a Pit tank to one of four storage buffer tanks where it is held until it can be processed. The Acids go from a Pit tank to an Acid Buffer tank where it is held until it can also be processed. The Acid is pumped from the buffer tank to a Reaction tank where is it is treated with Lime, Alum Sulfate, Hydrochloric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide Anion Polymer. From there it goes to a sedimentation tank, where it is separated to a solution or sludge; the sludge goes to a thickener tank then onto the filter press; the liquid solution goes to one of the Alkali buffer tanks to be processed through that system. The Alkali waste goes from one of the buffer tanks to a Neutralization tank where it is treated with Caustics or Hydrochloric Acid to adjust the pH and Fluoride PPM then sent to city drain.