KMS Introduces The PURON HF Module At WEFTEC
Newly-designed for High Flow, High Solids Water Applications
Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS) will introduce the latest evolution of PURON submerged hollow fiber modules at WEFTEC 2012, the 85th Annual Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference. The new PURON HF will be presented at booth 4543 during the conference taking place October 1-3 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
The PURON HF module is designed for tertiary treatment, high solids water applications, RO pretreatment, and surface water treatment. Based on the same revolutionary single-header, central aeration design as the PURON MBR module—the industry leading cost- and energy efficient wastewater treatment solution—the PURON HF module produces consistent, high-quality effluent that meets or exceeds most regulatory requirements. With a packing density increase of more than 44 percent and robust PVDF fibers, the PURON HF offers a reduced system footprint, high flux, and lower capital costs.
Completing the PURON family of comprehensive water treatment solutions are PURON PLUS preengineered systems. The PURON PLUS MBR packaged system is a skid-mounted packaged plant that provides customers with a full scope of supply, from prescreening and biological treatment through the final membrane clarification step. These pre-engineered MBR plants offer a reduced footprint, flexible layout, and a design optimized to meet most environmental discharge regulations. KMS also offers low-cost, flexible PURON PLUS MBR modular systems. KMS supports each system with process and design expertise for fast installation and startup.
About Koch Membrane Systems
For more than four decades, Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS) has led the way in developing innovative membrane technologies that serve a diverse range of industries and applications around the globe. KMS provides solutions to markets including industrial and municipal water and wastewater, food and life sciences and industrial processes, helping thousands of customers reduce their water footprint, increase productivity, and reduce costs. With an installed base approaching 20,000 systems throughout the world, KMS is setting the standard as a comprehensive membrane solutions provider.
SOURCE: Koch Membrane Systems, Inc.