Advances In MBR: Biological Treatment With Enviroquip And 'Biohydraulics' By Ovivo
When the city of Delphos needed to upgrade their aging trickling filter facility, they considered a few factors including current and future permit compliance issues, fluctuating loading conditions, and treatment capacity. After evaluating options, including an oxidation ditch, they chose an Enviroquip MBR system with Kubota submerged membrane equipment. As the second-largest plant in the U.S., the city now uses the new system to treat its six MGD capacity and handle a wide range of waste and hydraulic loading.
Oxygen Removal From Feedwater In A Central District Heating System By Membrana
In central district heating systems, heated water from power plants is distributed to densely populated areas via insulated piping networks. High water quality is required to maintain the integrity of pipes, storage tanks, and other infrastructure in such systems. This case study explains how a Dutch power station achieved an O2 specification of <10 ppb for storage water tank filling by installing a chemical-free deoxygenation system.
The Model 4430 Photoionization Detector (PID) is a GC detector that selectively responds to aromatic and olefinic hydrocarbons in the presence of alkanes and other saturated hydrocarbons. It features the unique, patented Window Sweep design to prevent the sample stream from contacting and contaminating the lamp window.
The groundbreaking Delta Hybrid Rotary Lobe Compressor is the result of a synergy between the rotary-lobe blower and the screw compressor technologies. By combining the technical advantages of both concepts, it offers completely new possibilities.
VTScada Application Version Control (AVC) provides change traceability, enhances application management in networked environments, and greatly improves recovery from unexpected effects of configuration changes.