December 2008

Bonus Report: Water Management

Update your industrial water treatment operations

Improved membrane filtration designs and equipment are revolutionizing utility systems

Huchler, L. A., MarTech Systems, Inc.

For the last two decades, engineering designers have been incorporating membranes into industrial water treatment systems to remove soluble ions. Industrial plants are expanding the use of membranes in water treatment applications as membrane technology becomes more robust. Membranes are replacing ion-exchange systems, filters, clarifiers, deaerators and wastewater bioreactors. The most familiar membrane technology is reverse osmosis (RO). However, project engineers are starting to specify membrane filtration (MemF), membrane contactors for deoxygenation (MC) and membrane bioreactor (MBR) technologies in industrial systems. Opportunities for using this new equipment, reviews of engineering

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