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  • Seawater Reverse Osmosis Plant Design: Important Criteria To Consider
    Seawater Reverse Osmosis Plant Design: Important Criteria To Consider

    When designing anything, whether it be a machine, a program, or a process, there are always a few key factors to consider that can determine the validity of the design. Over the past decade, water and wastewater treatment methods have been focused on developing solutions for the water scarcity epidemic with additional emphasis on sustainability. Seawater reverse osmosis (SWRO) plant design requires careful analysis with several criteria to consider in the design of these systems.

  • Pros And Cons Of Seawater Desalination Using RO For Drinking Water
    Pros And Cons Of Seawater Desalination Using RO For Drinking Water

    Using seawater desalination RO treatment systems, coastal communities and island nations can achieve clean and safe water. So why do some countries utilize this advanced treatment technology, while others do not?

  • Reconditioned And Rehabbed Filters Succeed At Large Treatment Plant
    Reconditioned And Rehabbed Filters Succeed At Large Treatment Plant

    A large treatment plant includes several treatment processes that contribute to providing quality recycled water pursuant to the state of California Title 22 regulations. Major treatment processes include raw wastewater pumping, preliminary treatment, primary treatment, secondary treatment, tertiary treatment with Parkson DynaSand® filters, and disinfection.

  • Aqua MultiBore® C-Series Ceramic Membrane System Solves Disinfection By-Product (DPB) Challenge At Butte-Silver Bow, Montana
    Aqua MultiBore® C-Series Ceramic Membrane System Solves Disinfection By-Product (DPB) Challenge At Butte-Silver Bow, Montana

    The Basin Creek Reservoir in Butte, MT served its community with pristine water from both sides of the Continental Divide for nearly 100 years. In 2010, a pine beetle infestation killed most of the trees surrounding the reservoir, many of which fell into the water, increasing the natural organic matter (NOM) level.

  • Design And Care Of Reverse Osmosis Systems, Part 3: Operation And Monitoring

    Reverse osmosis (RO) systems offer power plant owners and operators a reliable and well-proven water treatment solution. However, designing and caring for an RO system requires a thorough understanding of a plant’s water supply and the technology’s capabilities. The final article of this three-part series will address RO system operation and maintenance best practices.

  • Is A Containerized Treatment System Right For You?
    Is A Containerized Treatment System Right For You?

    As industrial facilities continually look for ways to reduce capital costs and decrease installation timelines associated with water treatment and other systems, the practice of containerizing equipment has become more prevalent. A containerized system offers many benefits of lower costs than comparable field erected buildings, faster timelines, and lower field installation requirements. 

  • Design And Care Of Reverse Osmosis Systems, Part 2: Upstream Equipment

    The success of a new reverse osmosis (RO) membrane system is often directly related to its pretreatment. The previous section of this article discussed RO design issues and introduced how a pilot study should include a study of its probable pretreatment equipment since the pretreatment performance will directly affect the performance of the RO system. However, piloting the upstream processes can be challenging in sizing these components for the pilot RO unit’s low flow rate.

  • The Role Of IoT And Control Technologies In Water Filtration Systems
    The Role Of IoT And Control Technologies In Water Filtration Systems

    With time, labor, and money at a premium, state-of-the-art controls on filtration equipment can ease the burden on operators while improving uptime and lowering costs.

  • Design And Care Of Reverse Osmosis Systems, Part 1: Design
    Design And Care Of Reverse Osmosis Systems, Part 1: Design

    Reverse osmosis (RO) systems offer power plant owners and operators a reliable and well-proven water treatment solution. However, designing and caring for an RO system requires a thorough understanding of a plant’s water supply and the technology’s capabilities. Part one of this series will review the importance of water samples and pilot studies as plant engineers begin to design an RO system to match their needs.

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  • High Efficiency Filter Cartridges

    Shelco Filters' MicroVantage™ high efficiency filter cartridges are the ideal choice when high retention efficiency and outstanding value are essential. Our product range includes high efficiency and absolute rated melt blown depth and pleated filter cartridges to provide multiple options for the filtration process.

  • 3M™ Liqui-Cel™ Membrane Contactors Improve Water Quality and EDI Performance

    Electrodeionization (EDI) is a widely used water treatment process. EDI technology is an electrochemical process that uses ion selective membranes and an electrical current to continuously remove ions from water. The process uses ion exchange resin to remove the ions from the feed stream, producing pure water.

  • Filtration: Scanaway Filter The SCANAWAY assembly consists of a hollow PVC or stainless steel pipe with suction nozzles that are facing the inner side of the screen. A handle connected to the suction scanner from the outside, allows turning the scanner in a spiral movement so that it rotates inside the screen surface without touching the screen
  • Arsenic Removal by Filtration Electromedia® I A simple, compact filtration arsenic removal system that effectively removes arsenic, radium, and other metals without the use of greensand or potassium permanganate.
  • Increase Filtration Capacity and Performance with the Forty-X™ Disc Filter

    Increase filtration capacity and performance in existing footprint.

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TIGG, LLC Manufacturing Capabilities TIGG, LLC Manufacturing Capabilities

TIGG's steel tank and pressure vessel manufacturing facility in Heber Springs, Arkansas, consists of nearly 155,000 square feet of shop and warehouse space situated on 40 acres of property. With a 30 foot under hook height at the state-of-the-art facility, TIGG is capable of fabricating tanks up to 14 feet in diameter. We have upgraded our state-of-the-art cutting, forming, fitting, welding, testing, blasting, and finishing equipment.

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