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Richard W Krajicek

from Houston, TX
Age ~94

Richard Krajicek Phones & Addresses

  • 10303 Lynbrook Hollow St, Houston, TX 77042
  • 1111 Hermann Rd, Houston, TX 77004 (713) 520-9344 (713) 520-9411
  • Greybull, WY
  • 244 Medicine Bow Rd, Aspen, CO 81611 (970) 922-0089
  • Rosharon, TX
  • Brooklyn, NY
  • Snowmass Village, CO

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Richard W. Krajicek
Zero-CO2 LLC
Clean Coal Power Generation
4944 Woodway Dr, Houston, TX 77056
Richard W Krajicek
Director
KELSO, INC
700 Louisiana St STE 4250, Houston, TX 77002
1111 Hermann Dr STE 29A, Houston, TX 77044

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Richard Krajicek

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Thermal Vapor Stream Apparatus And Method

US Patent:
20110036095, Feb 17, 2011
Filed:
Aug 11, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/539205
Inventors:
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX, US
Assignee:
ZERO-CO2 LLC - Wilmington DE
International Classification:
F02C 3/30
F22B 27/16
E21B 43/24
US Classification:
60775, 110234, 122 40, 60 3955, 166369
Abstract:
A low emission and environmentally friendly apparatus and method is used to generate a high pressure stream of thermal vapor. The thermal vapor stream may be injected into a subterranean formation for recovery of highly viscous petroleum or used to turn a steam turbine for driving an electrical generator. In one implementation, the high pressure stream of thermal vapor is generated by burning a high temperature fuel, including any short or long chain hydrocarbon products from methane to coal, in an enclosed vessel to produce combustion gases. Various techniques may be used to improve heat distribution and lower the temperature of the combustion gases. Water may be used to quench the combustion gases and produce the superheated steam or vapor. The water may be introduced onto the combustion gases by spraying, weeping, dripping, and the like.

Truck Mounted Tube Bundle Pulling Apparatus

US Patent:
45753059, Mar 11, 1986
Filed:
Nov 18, 1983
Appl. No.:
6/553403
Inventors:
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX
Steven W. Krajicek - Sulphur LA
Robert R. Cradeur - Sulphur LA
Assignee:
Bon Ton Rolle Limited - Houston TX
International Classification:
B60P 100
B60P 1100
US Classification:
414746
Abstract:
The apparatus for removing and reinserting tube bundles into heat exchanger shells features an over the road vehicle having a bed. A vertical telescoping column is rotatably mounted to the rear of the bed. A bundle support member having a longitudinal axis is mounted to the top of the telescoping column and is adapted for slidable movement horizontally relative to the telescoping column and is further adapted for placement at elevations below the truck bed. A carriage is mounted on the bundle support member and is adapted to receive the flanged end of a tube bundle and be driven horizontally along the bundle support member. An offloading mechanism connected to the vertical telescoping column can be used for selectively unloading and reloading a tube bundle from the bundle support member to an awaiting bundle dolly.

Multi-Lange Tube Bundle Cleaner

US Patent:
48565458, Aug 15, 1989
Filed:
Nov 7, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/268338
Inventors:
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX
Robert R. Cradeur - Sulphur LA
Assignee:
Serv-Tech, Inc. - Houston TX
International Classification:
B08B 302
US Classification:
134166C
Abstract:
An essentially self-contained mobile tube cleaning machine which is remotely operable so that there is no need for operating personnel to be in close proximity to cleaning nozzles or other high pressure lines during tube cleaning operations. As a consequence, significantly higher water pressures and significantly higher water flow rates can be utilized thereby not only accelerating the rate of cleaning but also the efficiency and the effectiveness of the cleaning operation. Through the provision of a nozzle head at the end of an articulatable boom, it is possible to adjust the location of the nozzle through movement of the boom in order to clean the face of a tube bundle, the shell side of a tube bundle and the interior of the tubes themselves.

Method And Apparatus For Producing Thermal Vapor Stream

US Patent:
41564219, May 29, 1979
Filed:
Aug 1, 1977
Appl. No.:
5/820465
Inventors:
Robert R. Cradeur - Spring TX
John S. Sperry - Houston TX
Richard W. Krajicek - Sugar Land TX
Assignee:
Carmel Energy, Inc. - DE
International Classification:
F24H 120
US Classification:
126360A
Abstract:
Method and apparatus for producing a thermal vapor stream for injecting into a subterranean formation for the recovery of liquefiable minerals therefrom, including a pressure vessel containing a high pressure combustion chamber for producing a heating gas for introduction into a heating gas injector. The heating gas injector is partly immersed in a steam generating section of the pressure vessel such that the heating gas is passed through the steam generating section to produce steam and combustion products which are directed between the pressure vessel and the combustion chamber for simultaneously cooling of the combustion chamber by further heating of the steam and combustion gases.

Apparatus For Dispersion Of Sludge In A Crude Oil Storage Tank

US Patent:
54603315, Oct 24, 1995
Filed:
Jun 17, 1994
Appl. No.:
8/261438
Inventors:
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX
Robert R. Cradeur - Sulphur LA
Assignee:
Serv-Tech, Inc. - Houston TX
International Classification:
B05B 302
B08B 9093
US Classification:
2392633
Abstract:
An apparatus for cleaning the interior of storage tanks of the type used for storing large volumes of crude oil wherein hydrocarbon sludge accumulates with the passage of time. The apparatus comprises a crude oil circulator having rotatable nozzles positioned within the tank, a gear member externally disposed on an outer surface of a hollow rotor, and a worm gear operatively connected to the gear member. A drive shaft is connected, through a valve opening in the tank wall, to a motor unit. Upon failure of the worm gear, the worm gear is removed from the tank through the valve opening, replaced or repaired, and reintroduced into the tank through the valve opening.

Method For Controlling Corrosion In Thermal Vapor Injection Gases

US Patent:
42446848, Jan 13, 1981
Filed:
Jun 12, 1979
Appl. No.:
6/047726
Inventors:
John S. Sperry - Houston TX
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX
Assignee:
Carmel Energy, Inc. - Houston TX
International Classification:
F23L 700
F23D 1144
US Classification:
431 4
Abstract:
An improvement in the method for producing high pressure thermal vapor streams from combustion gases for injection into subterranean oil producing formations to stimulate the production of viscous minerals is described. The improvement involves controlling corrosion in such thermal vapor gases by injecting water near the flame in the combustion zone and injecting ammonia into a vapor producing vessel to contact the combustion gases exiting the combustion chamber.

Tank Cleaning, Water Washing Robot

US Patent:
48176532, Apr 4, 1989
Filed:
Jan 22, 1988
Appl. No.:
7/147237
Inventors:
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX
Robert R. Cradeur - Sulphur LA
Assignee:
Serv-Tech, Inc. - Houston TX
International Classification:
B08B 302
B08B 908
US Classification:
134168R
Abstract:
A water washing robot having features uniquely useful in cleaning the interior of oil storage tanks and which comprises components that can be independently moved inside a storage tank and conveniently assembled therein. The assembled robot comprises a frame, a positive displacement pump carried by the frame, an articulatable water washing nozzle detachably mounted on the frame for spraying water on the interior surfaces of a storage tank. The robot is hydraulically powered.

Aerial Bundle Puller

US Patent:
48696382, Sep 26, 1989
Filed:
Nov 4, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/116773
Inventors:
Richard W. Krajicek - Houston TX
Robert R. Cradeur - Sulphur LA
Assignee:
Serv-Tech, Inc. - Lake Charles LA
International Classification:
B66F 1900
US Classification:
4147453
Abstract:
An aerial tube bundle puller for extracting a tube bundle from a heat exchanger is provided, comprising a cradle supporting a carriage frame and a power source, a sled, attachable to a tube bundle, with a hydraulic powered screw drive to propel the sled on the carriage frame, a hydraulic elevator slidable on the carriage frame for adjusting and supporting the tube bundle and an extension for adjusting the length of the carriage frame.
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