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turbidity removal Applications

  • Turbidity Monitoring

    The monitoring of Turbidity is key requirement of the water industry in both water supply and water recovery systems. Within the water supply process, monitoring of turbidity allows operators to assess the efficiency of filters for particulate removal through the process. Similarly, with water recovery (Waste Water Treatment Works), the measurement of turbidity is a key parameter to track the removal of particulate through the process. CTG can provide turbidity measurements with the UniLux sensor, or provides turbidity as one of the parameters available within the 3 channel TriLux. For applications requiring turbidity measurements compliant to ISO07027:1999, CTG can offer the TurbiLux Nephelometer.

    By Chelsea Technologies Group based in West Molesey, UNITED KINGDOM.

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    Water Treatment Solutions for Turbidity Removal

    Turbidity is a measure of the loss of light transmittance through a liquid due to suspended particles. The more particles in the water, the murkier it looks or the higher the turbidity. This is a measure of the quality of the water. It is measured in units called Nephelometric Turbidity Units (NTU). Turbidity can be caused by run off after a heavy rain as erosion washes soil into a river or lake. It is often increased in the spring and fall when the water temperature at different levels in a lake change causing a turnover of those levels, bringing sediment, plants, and algae to the top.

    By Adedge Water Technologies, LLC based in Buford, GEORGIA (US) (USA).

  • Water Quality in watersheds

    Metro Vancouver serves an area of 282,000 hectares (approximately 1,088 square miles). The drinking water supplied to the 2.3 million residents of this growing community is sourced from three major reservoirs – Capilano, Seymour and Coquitlam. These vast watersheds, located in the mountains north of Vancouver, gather billions of gallons of snowmelt and rainwater. From these reservoirs, the water is treated and filtered to remove turbidity and potentially harmful micro-organisms ensuring quality drinking water is available to homes throughout the Metro Vancouver district.

    By FTS based in Victoria, BRITISH COLUMBIA (CANADA).

  • Q-Sep - Advanced Ultrafiltration Modules

    The Q-SEP Ultrafiltration membranes incorporate high-strength, hollow fibers that deliver superior performance without the risk of fiber breaks. They are made from a hydrophilic polyether sulfone material with excellent low fouling characteristics. These hollow fiber membranes operate under a pressurized inside-out flow configuration for superior performance. These hollow fiber UF membranes offer reliable removal of turbidity, microorganisms & viruses. Turbidity can be reduced to less than 0.05 NTU. Typically, a 6-log removal for bacteria, giardia & cryptosporidium, while a 4-log removal for viruses, can be achieved. The Q-SEP modules contain an advanced UF fiber, prepared by an innovative patented cloud point precipitation method. This method ensures a very uniform pore size distribution and high pore density in the membrane. As a result, the product water quality from the modules is significantly better than the quality from conventional UF modules at a very operating pressur

    By QUA Group LLC based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Advanced Ultrafiltration Modules

    The Q-SEP Ultrafiltration membranes incorporate high-strength, hollow fibers that deliver superior performance without the risk of fiber breaks. They are made from a hydrophilic polyether sulfone material with excellent low fouling characteristics. These hollow fiber membranes operate under a pressurized inside-out flow configuration for superior performance. These hollow fiber UF membranes offer reliable removal of turbidity, microorganisms & viruses. Turbidity can be reduced to less than 0.05 NTU. Typically, a 6-log removal for bacteria, giardia & cryptosporidium, while a 4-log removal for viruses, can be achieved. The Q-SEP modules contain an advanced UF fiber, prepared by an innovative patented cloud point precipitation method. This method ensures a very uniform pore size distribution and high pore density in the membrane. As a result, the product water quality from the modules is significantly better than the quality from conventional UF modules at a very operating pres

    By QUA Group LLC based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

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