FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., April 27, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Enviro Voraxial Technology, Inc. (OTCBB: EVTN) announced today that the Company will display and demonstrate its Voraxial® Separators at the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC 2011) on May 2 - May 5 in Houston, Texas at Booth #7618. OTC is the world's foremost event for the development of offshore energy resources in the fields of drilling, exploration, production and environmental protection. For more information, visit www.otcnet.org. EVTN is experiencing record levels of sales and quotations for its Voraxial Separator, both for offshore and onshore oil industry applications. EVTN's Voraxial Separators are now being used or installed for oil/water, liquid/solid and oil/water/sand separation for various oil field applications including produced water, deckwater drainage, FPSO and offshore/onshore production/separation projects. The four day OTC event provides EVTN an opportunity to meet with new and existing customers and service organizations from major international oil and gas industry companies. At the exhibit customers will be able to observe EVTN's patented Voraxial separating oil from water by creating a unique, powerful vortex. The Voraxial processes high volume fluids with a comparatively smaller footprint, less energy usage and lower maintenance requirement than conventional separation equipment. This allows operators to reduce the cost, time and space required to treat its fluid streams. These are critical factors on oil platforms, which represent some of the most expensive real estate on earth. The unique design of the Voraxial enables it to provide effective separation during fluctuations in flow rate and inlet oil or sand concentrations without any modifications. Further, and most importantly, the Voraxial is the only high volume separator that can do this without a pressure drop. These features increase the ease of operation. The Voraxial® Produced Water Skid is a compact, high-volume system that allows operators to achieve the most stringent discharge levels protocols including OSPAR (North Sea countries <30mg/ltr) and United States 40 CFR435 (<29 mg/ltr). The Skid operates with nominal pressure drop and minimal installed space, critical elements for the offshore market. EVTN will also display various models of its Voraxial Separator. The Voraxial 4000 generates 2000 "G" Force, and can handle flow rates ranging from 100-500GPM. EVTN will also showcase its Voraxial 2000 Separator (flows ranging from 20-60GPM), and Voraxial 8000 Separator (flows ranging from 1000-4000GPM).