Advanced Oxidation Processes

Advanced oxidation processes (abbreviation: AOPs), in a broad sense, refers to a set of chemical treatment procedures designed to remove organic (and sometimes inorganic) materials in water and waste water by oxidation through reactions wit...

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Advantages of Nanofiltration

There are many advantages of nanofiltration. Here’s a brief rundown of them. Nanofiltration is a relatively recent membrane process used most often with low total dissolved solids water such as surface water and fresh groundwater, wit...

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Aerobic Treatment Package

Aerobic Treatment Packages for Untreated Water Definitions: Wastewater : water polluted by a mixture of all sorts of inorganic (sand, clay, salts) and organic (proteins, sugars, oils and fats) components;Some of them appear in dissolved fo...

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Anaerobic System

Anaerobic treatment differs from conventional aerobic treatment in that no aeration is applied. The absence of oxygen leads to controlled anaerobic conversions of organic pollutants to carbondioxide and methane, the latter of which can be u...

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API Separators

API Oil-Water Separator Description of the Design and Operation : The API oil-water separator is a gravity separation device designed by using Stokes Law to define the rise velocity of oil droplets based on their density and size. The desi...

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Arsenic Removal System

Arsenic in Water: Arsenic is found in the environment as oxides, with two different oxidation states: trivalent arsenic oxide, As4O6, and pentavalent arsenic oxide, As4O10. Both oxides are acidic, when hydrolyzed they form oxo-acidic compou...

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Biological Treatment Systems

INTRODUCTION TO WATER PURIFICATION: Water is the most important natural gift for human beings and aquatic life. Due to continuous technological growth and industrialization, water has been fully polluted. This is categorized as water pollut...

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Brackish Water Reverse Osmosis System

INTRODUCTION: BRACKISH WATER REVERSE OSMOSIS SYSTEM Definitions: Reverse osmosis (RO): is a separation process that uses pressure to force a solution through a membrane that retains the solute on one side and allows the pure solvent to pa...

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Carbon Regeneration

Definitions: Once Activated, carbon becomes saturated and turns into spent carbon having lost its absorption characteristics and can’t be used in filtration system and in order to bring it back to its original form and make it reactivated...

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Chemical Injection System

A chemical injection system injects a precise amount of specific chemicals into a system at required temperatures, pressures and flowrates. Most chemical injectionsystems deliver concentrated chemical at specific volumes to ensure bulk conc...

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