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Marius Grobler

from Payson, AZ
Age ~65

Marius Grobler Phones & Addresses

  • 505 William Tell Cir, Payson, AZ 85541 (928) 472-4475
  • San Rafael, CA
  • 905 N Beeline Hwy UNIT 11, Payson, AZ 85541

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Marius Grobler
Partner
Cista & Associates
Engineering Consultant
905 N Beeline Hwy, Payson, AZ 85541
(928) 472-2707

Publications

Us Patents

Pulse Combustion Dryer Apparatus And Methods

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US Patent:
8037620, Oct 18, 2011
Filed:
Jul 20, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/880363
Inventors:
Marius Grobler - Payson AZ,
David A. Mirko - Payson AZ,
James A. Rehkopf - San Rafael CA,
Assignee:
Pulse Holdings LLC - Payson AZ
International Classification:
F26B 3/06
F26B 17/10
F23C 15/00
US Classification:
34365, 34579, 34582
Abstract:
The present inventions relate to pulse combustion dryer apparatus and associated methods. The pulse combustion dryer apparatus may include a combustor that defines a combustion chamber that is in fluid communication with a tailpipe passage defined by a tailpipe. An air inlet communicates air into the combustion chamber through an air inlet passage. A fluid diode disposed within the air inlet passage allows airflow into the combustion chamber through the air inlet passage, and may generally prevent backflow of heated combustion products from the combustion chamber through the air inlet passage.

Pulse Combustion Dryer Apparatus And Methods

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US Patent:
8490292, Jul 23, 2013
Filed:
Oct 5, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/253377
Inventors:
Marius Grobler - Payson AZ,
David A. Mirko - Payson AZ,
James Rehkopf - San Rafael CA,
Assignee:
Pulse Holdings, LLC - Payson AZ
International Classification:
F26B 3/06
F26B 17/10
F23C 15/00
US Classification:
34365, 34579, 34582
Abstract:
The present inventions relate to pulse combustion dryer apparatus and associated methods. The pulse combustion dryer apparatus may include a combustor that defines a combustion chamber that is in fluid communication with a tailpipe passage defined by a tailpipe. An air inlet communicates air into the combustion chamber through an air inlet passage. A fluid diode disposed within the air inlet passage allows airflow into the combustion chamber through the air inlet passage, and may generally prevent backflow of heated combustion products from the combustion chamber through the air inlet passage.

Sewage Sludge Treatment

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US Patent:
2005017, Aug 11, 2005
Filed:
Mar 7, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/074136
Inventors:
Marius Grobler - Payson AZ,
John Bewsey - Sandton,
Oliver Hart - Pretoria,
International Classification:
B09B003/00
B01F001/00
US Classification:
422184100, 422224000, 422225000
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for treating organic waste sludge such as sewage sludge is disclosed wherein the sludge is first dewatered, moved to a day hopper for storage, and then successively passed through first and second reactors. As the sludge is passed through the first reactor, in a continuous fashion, the sludge and acid are thoroughly mixed and has the pH thereof substantially lowered due to the addition of acid in the first reactor. The sludge is then moved through the second reactor where the sludge is subjected to a base material to substantially raise the pH thereof. The treated sludge is then pumped from the second reactor to a pugmill and then to a dryer which dries the material. The dried material is then suitable for use as a fertilizer.

Method And Means For Removing Phosphorous From Waste Water Or The Like

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US Patent:
2008027, Nov 6, 2008
Filed:
Jul 10, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/217989
Inventors:
Marius Grobler - Payson AZ,
International Classification:
C02F 1/469
US Classification:
204669, 204668
Abstract:
A method and means of removing at least some of the phosphorous contained in waste water wherein waste water is continuously moved through a water treatment chamber wherein positive and negative electrodes are partially immersed in the waste water and are periodically moved through the water so that phosphorous will collect on the positive electrodes to enable the same to be removed from the waste water. Hydrogen and nitrogen are also released by the electrolysis action of this invention.

Sewage Sludge Treatment

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US Patent:
6966941, Nov 22, 2005
Filed:
Nov 11, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/291892
Inventors:
Marius Grobler - Payson AZ,
John A. Bewsey - Sandton,
Oliver O. Hart - Pretoria,
Assignee:
BER Systems, Inc. - Scottsdale AZ
International Classification:
C01F007/00
C02F011/00
US Classification:
71 11, 71 12, 71 13, 71 14, 210609, 210613, 210764, 210770
Abstract:
An apparatus and method for treating organic waste sludge such as sewage sludge is disclosed wherein the sludge is first dewatered, moved to a day hopper for storage, and then successively passed through first and second reactors. As the sludge is passed through the first reactor, in a continuous fashion, the sludge and acid are thoroughly mixed and has the pH thereof substantially lowered due to the addition of acid in the first reactor. The sludge is then moved through the second reactor where the sludge is subjected to a base material to substantially raise the pH thereof. The treated sludge is then pumped from the second reactor to a pugmill and then to a dryer which dries the material. The dried material is then suitable for use as a fertilizer.
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