Products & Services: Membrane Products
The Hach FilterTrak 660 sc Laser Nephelometer has the ability to detect a 0.0003 NTU change in turbidity, providing operators of membrane facilities with confidence in their turbidity measurement.
The Hach FilterTrak 660 sc Laser Nephelometer has the ability to detect a 0.0003 NTU change in turbidity, providing operators of membrane facilities with confidence in their turbidity measurement. The sensor uses USEPA approved Hach FilterTrak Method #10133. This provides treatment plants that have ultra-low turbidity in their filtration effluent with a single technology to monitor, optimize and report. On-site calibration is fast and inexpensive using the company’s StablCal® 0.1 and 0.8 NTU standards.
Loveland, CO Tel: 970-663-1377 Web: www.hach.com
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The new larger-format DOW™ Ultrafiltration SFP-2880 module offers 50 percent more membrane active area while decreasing the required system footprint by 30 percent. The module adds 20 inches of length when compared to the company’s Ultrafiltration SFP-2860, but still features the high strength PVDF hollow fibers with a nominal pore size of 0.03µ. The new module also allows flexibility in system design by reducing the number of modules, required piping, skid infrastructure, and the size of the compressed air and clean in place systems. In addition, the larger modules produce a smaller waste stream for disposal.
Dow Water & Process Solutions
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The TurboDrum series from Headworks® has been specifically engineered to meet the higher level of screening required by modern municipal wastewater facilities. Advances in water treatment such as Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) and Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor (MBBR) processes require higher levels of screenings removal on the front end. The new drum screens use wedge wire from Johnson Screens®. The equipment is available in a wide range of hydraulic and separation capacities to allow customization for the most effective screening solutions.
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Multiple barrier treatment
The AquaMB Process® from Aqua-Aerobic is a multiple barrier treatment system that combines activated sludge treatment with cloth media filtration and membrane technology. The system provides improved effluent quality with a lower lifecycle cost. The system can be used by municipal or industrial wastewater treatment systems discharging to impaired waterways. It offers simplified access to external membrane modules, a small footprint, automated in-place cleaning of the membranes for minimal operator attention, flexible cycle structures for optimal bio-nutrient removal without additional tanks, high quality effluent, and is adaptable to existing systems for retrofits and upgrades.
Aqua-Aerobic Systems Inc.
Rockford, IL Tel: 815-654-2501 Web: www.aqua-aerobic.com
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Wet D/P transmitter
The new Ashcroft® Model GC52 is a compact wet-wet low differential pressure transmitter, ideal for measuring flow restrictions across filters and membranes. Equipped with the patented SiGlas™ 316 stainless steel isolated sensor, the transmitter can monitor a wide variety of wet or dry media. Available in uni-directional ranges from 0-4 to 0-400 Inches W.C. and bi-directional ranges up to ~200 Inches W.C., the GC52 operates on line (static) pressures up to 300 psi. An aluminum NEMA 4X / IP65 enclosure measures only 2.56" in diameter and incorporates an LCD display for local reading.
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The Hydro-Flo™ Screen from Hydro-Dyne Engineering is specifically designed to protect sensitive process equipment such as membranes. It features a proprietary sealing system that ensures a tight tolerance down to 1mm in all locations on the screen, including areas that other screens leave vulnerable. The screen features all stainless steel construction. It is manufactured in Florida and meets all requirements of the “Buy American” provision of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009.
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ITT Leopold® desalination pretreatment systems can remove contaminants before they reach an RO membrane system. The company offers two desalination pretreatment system technologies–Leopold Clari-DAF® dissolved air flotation system and Leopold FilterWorx® rapid gravity media filtration. The Clari-DAF system requires no polymer, has high loading rates, is compact in design and effectively operates in low temperature raw water. The FilterWorx rapid gravity media filter system has a downflow design, efficiently stores solids, handles wide swings in solids loading and provides long filter runs with high production rates.
ITT Water & Wastewater
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SERFILCO offers “step-down” filtration systems featuring RP Adams’ strainers with particle retention down to 40 micron. The company also offers multi-media filters which could effectively reduce particulates larger than 5 micron and individual filter cartridges designed to be the final pre-filter for the purpose of extending the life of membranes. For more information on its systems, request Bulletin 460.
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Severn Trent Services offers the UAT™ EDI electrodeionization system for the continuous and chemical free process of removing ionized and ionizable species from feed water. The system optimizes performance, maintains continuous product quality and can produce up to 18+ MÙ-cm high-purity water with high silica and boron rejection. The system is ideally suited for polishing reverse osmosis (RO) permeate, replacing conventional mixed bed ion exchange systems by eliminating the need to store and handle hazardous chemicals used for resin regeneration and associated waste neutralization requirements.
Severn Trent Services
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Siemens Water Technologies designs and manufactures a broad range of membrane products. MEMCOR® membranes are available in pressurized, submerged or MBR configurations, offering a portfolio designed to meet all water and wastewater treatment challenges. The company’s packaged NF/RO systems provide cost-effective TDS reduction for both drinking water and water reuse projects.
Siemens Water Technologies Corp.
San Diego, CA
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Brackish water membranes
Toray Membrane USA has introduced two new low pressure brackish models of TMG20-400C and TMG20-430C reverse osmosis membrane elements. The new products feature a new permeate tube design that standardizes permeate tube dimensions without the need for special adaptors when replacing competitor elements. The company also offers new 34 mil brine spacers for models of TM720N-400 high rejection brackish elements and TMG20N-400 low pressure brackish elements. The thicker brine spacer makes the element more resistant to fouling and easier to clean in waters with higher suspended solids and difficult process water applications.
Toray Membrane USA Inc.
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Fairbanks Morse has developed an all stainless steel, low-specific-speed turbine pump design geared specifically for the Reverse Osmosis market. The pumps feature heavier shafts and seals. Units are of the vertical turbine, pot pump design constructed of stainless steel materials. Efficiencies range to 87% at best efficiency point (BEP). Capacities range from 700 gpm to 3700 gpm, with pressures to 300 psi compatible with brackish water RO applications. Nominal bowl sizes range from a 10" to 18" diameter.
Fairbanks Morse Pump
Kansas City, KS
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RO, NF membranes
Koch Membrane Systems offers the MegaMagnum reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF) systems for industrial and municipal applications. The MegaMagnum systems use the world’s highest area spiral-wound membrane elements to significantly reduce the complexity, footprint, and installation time of water treatment systems. Plants designed using the membranes require only half the area of floor space compared to a conventional 8" rack and use only one-seventh the amount of elements to produce the same volume and quality of water as conventional RO systems operating at similar fluxes and pressures.
Koch Membrane Systems
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The ECVSA Spiramatic Sieve Screen combines high efficiency screening, washing and compaction in a single unit. The drum filter and seal design have been proven to eliminate screenings bypass and increase screenings capture efficiency, making the screen ideal for MBR pretreatment. The filter drum is available in either wedge wire or perforated plate construction with filter apertures from 0.5mm to 10mm with capacities up to 30 mgd in a single unit. The screen can be configured for either in-channel use or mounted in a stainless steel tank for septage receiving applications.
Loves Park, IL
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