Presentation by Aviv Kolakovsky
Application of ATP and Rejection of Chloramines by Reverse Osmosis Membranes for Detection of Biological Fouling
Biological growth on reverse osmosis membranes can lead to many negative operational changes. Common practice to control biofouling is to maintain a chloramine residual in the feed water, however this can be damaging to the membrane surface overtime, ultimately leading to shortened life of the membranes. This presentation describes the use of short...