Clarification system

Sponsored by
Kruger Inc.

The Kruger ACTIFLO® MEM process combines a high-rate clarification system followed by an ultrafiltration membrane system. The process can be used in wastewater to reduce phosphorus to <0.02 mg/L or drinking water to remove TOC and turbidity. Further, Kruger's ACTIFLO® MEM is an outside-in, PVDF pressurized system.

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