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Reinforced hollow fiber membraneThe Dual Stage Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) achieves high levels of effluent treatment by combining the company's activated sludge technology with ultrafiltration membranes. The MBR utilizes a Puron™ ultrafiltration membrane, which is incorporated in modular assemblies located in a separate stage of the bioreactor. The filters consist of reinforced hollow fibers, 2 mm in diameter and made of porous polyethersulfone.
Sanitaire (ITT Industries)
Brown Deer, Wis.
RO element at AWWA conferenceKoch's MegaMagnum® spiral reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration elements will be on display at the AWWA Membrane Technology Conference and Exposition in Arizona this month. The filtration elements have an unprecedented capacity and significantly reduce the installed cost of large- and medium-scale RO systems designed for brackish water treatment or municipal water reuse, and for nanofiltration systems where softening or organics removal is a desirable treatment for drinking water supplies.
Koch Membrane Systems Inc.
Filter bags for absolute filtrationThe Accugaf™ Series 500 filter bags from Hayward Filtration have a patented, all-welded, multi-pleated construction that significantly increases the surface area of the bag as compared to standard filter bags. This construction also results in high efficiency and longer service life. The bags have a pre-filtration layer and a complex design of final layers that permit the removal of filter gels and deformable particles.
Hayward Industrial Products Inc.
High-performance belt filter pressThe K-S GRS Series III Kompress® belt filter press provides a larger standard filtration area for greater process throughput and higher cake consistency, a high-rate drainage system, an easily adjustable, variable wedge compression zone, a larger-to-smaller drum pressure profile for higher cake solids concentration, and high-quality structural frame materials and components.
Large range microfiltrationAfter a successful pilot study and extensive design work, Forest Park Water in Chalfont, Pa., operated jointly by North Penn and North Wales Water Authorities, awarded USFilter an approximately $5 million contract to retrofit a conventional water treatment plant with Memcor® continuous microfiltration technology (CMF-S). The new membrane system will be installed in the existing sand filter basins, becoming one of the largest membrane filter retrofit units in the world.
USFilter a Siemen's Business - Memcor Products
Self-cleaning water filterOrival filters protect heat exchangers and prevent clogging of nozzles, tubes and other narrow passages by removing dirt particles down to micron size, of any specific gravity, from once-through and recirculating cooling water systems. Line pressure powered, the filter cleans itself without external power, and does not interrupt system flow. It installs easily in any position.