Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactors are modular gas transfer devices that utilize microporous hollow fibers to add or remove oxygen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, or other gases to or from various liquids. These devices are capable of O2 removal to < 1 ppb and CO2 removal to < 1 ppm, and they are rapidly displacing older deaeration technologies as the product of choice in semiconductor, power generation, pharmaceutical, digital printing, analytical/biotechnology, beverage, and many other industries around the world.
Spotlight On Membranes, RO, And Desalination
One System, Many Solutions: Upgrading With MBR By Ovivo
Following a preselection (and prepurchase) process, an Ovivo MBR System was selected to upgrade/expand an old SBR-based treatment system. The existing plant remained in service throughout construction that lasted roughly 22 months.
Packaged Membrane System Helps Colorado Town Meet Drinking Water Needs By Siemens Industry, Inc. — Water Technologies
Located in northwest Colorado, the town of Oak Creek is a modest-sized community with a diverse landscape of mountainous peaks and rolling ranch land. Anticipating the spring run-off season, and the need to treat a wide range of raw water quality, the town of Oak Creek developed a fast-track, design-build schedule to find a solution to its water treatment needs.
Water Desalination Case Study: Zhuanghe Power Plant By Koch Membrane Systems, Inc.
To produce electricity, power plants require large volumes of high-quality water for boiler make-up and for cooling. However, in most locations in China, where water resources are scarce, no surplus water is available, and the government will not allow power plants to place additional demands on the already scarce water supply.
Can We Reuse Household Graywater To Water Plants?
In the U.S., graywater recycling is not a common practice when compared to countries such as Australia, where many new homes are equipped with graywater recycling systems. Droughts, rising energy costs for water transport and treatment, and increased population are driving interest in innovative alternatives to traditional water sources. One approach that is gaining popularity is household graywater reuse for landscape irrigation.
Master Meter’s latest innovation in the science of material design and construction is our EcoMaster meter. With no wetted bronze surface area, the EcoMaster complies with the latest rigorous environmental standard: 100% NSF 372 and AB1953 compliant.
This video tells the story of how the community of East Bayfront converted an industrial area into a beautiful park that also acts as a neighborhood-wide stormwater treatment system, and what role the TrojanUVFit plays in the treatment train.
When the health of your membrane filters is at stake, it is critical to know if a change in your turbidity reading is real, or just noise. Visit Hach.com/FilterTrak to learn more about detection of turbidity changes at ultra-low levels.