This paper presents the results from a twelve-month pilot study using ceramic membranes on Lake Michigan water in a sustainable manner with a flux of 103 gfd (175 lmh), with chlorinated and acidic chemically enhanced backwashes, and with pre-treatment with polyaluminum chloride coagulation. They estimate that the cleaning interval could be up to 10 months. It was necessary to apply pre-coagulation upstream of the ceramic membranes for sustainable operation.
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- Holly Shorney-Darby, Ph.D., P.E. / Rob Michaelson / Paul Aumann / Gilbert Galjaard / Jumeng Zheng, Ph.D.
- PWN Technologies / Manitowoc Public Utilities / Manitowoc Public Utilities / PWN Technologies / PWN Technologies
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference, San Antonio, TX
- AMTA/AWWA Membrane Technology Conference
- ceramic, ultrafiltration, Lake Michigan, cleaning, pilot