Phillips K.,Koch Membrane Systems Inc.
AWWA/AMTA 2014 Membrane Technology Conference and Exposition | Year: 2014
Wastewater reuse has become more important over the years. Ultrafiltration (UF) is a key process in multiple applications of wastewater reuse including Reverse Osmosis (RO) pretreatment. The importance of UF is essentially the complete removal of solids. UF systems produce permeate with low Silt Density Index (SDI) and can reduce Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and phosphorous (P) with coagulant addition. This paper will discuss the pilot test results of UF treated wastewater effluent from a lagoon wastewater plant in New Hampshire. The pilot uses a new pressurized hollow fiber UF cartridge. The membrane cartridge is designed to produce high quality permeate at low fouling rates with difficult feed water. The membrane cartridge was able to handle high coagulant doses to produce excellent permeate quality. The coagulant dose was adjusted to both reduce permeate Total Organic Carbon (TOC) and control membrane pore plugging. An on-line UV254 monitor was used to control the coagulant rate in order to maintain permeate TOC levels as the feed water quality changed. The permeate could be used for direct reuse or as RO feed to reduce dissolved solids. Copyright © 2014 by the American Water Works Association. Source
CHEMICAL PRETREATMENT SOLUTION USED FOR CLEANING AND CONDITIONING MEMBRANES IN FILTRATION SYSTEMS AND IN WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT PROCESSES. DETERGENT COMPOSITION FOR USE IN CLEANING FILTRATION MEMBRANES. COMPUTER PROGRAMS FOR USE WITH FILTRATION EQUIPMENT. Filtration systems primarily comprised of membranes, membrane modules, elements, and cartridges, used for the concentration and separation of substances in fluids, and clarification and purification of fluids, and replacement parts therefor; water and wastewater treatment and desalination systems and replacement parts therefor, for industrial and commercial uses. DISTRIBUTORSHIP SERVICES FEATURING REPLACEMENT MEMBRANES AND PARTS, AND CLEANING AND CONDITIONING CHEMICALS FOR FILTRATION AND REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE SYSTEMS. MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR OF FILTRATION AND REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANE SYSTEMS. CONSULTING, ENGINEERING AND DESIGN SERVICES IN THE FIELD OF MEMBRANE FILTRATION PROCESSES AND SYSTEMS FOR INDUSTRIAL, MANUFACTURING AND COMMERCIAL APPLICATIONS; RESEARCH, DEVELOPMENT AND ENGINEERING SERVICES IN THE FIELDS OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING AND BIOENGINEERING INCLUDING THE DESIGN OF APPARATUS FOR MEMBRANE SEPARATION PROCESSES.
Koch Membrane Systems Inc. | Date: 2009-10-12
Ultrafiltration and microfiltration membranes, membrane modules and systems containing membranes and membrane modules used for the clarification, purification, and separation of water from other substances in municipal water, industrial water and waste water treatment applications.
Brady F.,Koch Membrane Systems Inc.
Chemical Engineering World | Year: 2012
Membranes are now an essential part of water recovery and recycling with industries striving to comply with increasingly stringent regulations to reduce or reuse wastewaters. It is rapidly replacing conventional methods to treat water. The articie gives an overview of the membrane systems and their applications in chemical industry. Source
Koch Membrane Systems Inc. | Date: 2015-09-11
Apparatus and appliances, especially membranes, membrane fillings and modular apparatus and appliances containing membranes, for fluid, water, drinking water, service water, and waste water preparation, treatment, filtration, recycling, purification, separation, and cleaning purposes, especially for private, municipal and industrial purposes; reverse osmosis, nano-, ultra, and microfiltration modules and systems.