The town of Jupiter operates a unique nanofiltration (NF) plant that includes an innovative system of split-feed pressure vessels configured with center-port concentrate outlets. When the plant was designed, the split-feed concept was considered a promising design innovation to reduce feed pressure. Now, with seven years of successful operation and no observable biofouling, the design has proven to be a reliable and cost-saving solution for the town. Attendees will learn how this long-term stable performance has been aided by the split-feed design as well as the pretreatment. Recent membrane autopsy data will be reviewed. Finally, the split feed concept will be compared with alternative approaches, such as hybrid membrane configuration.
This presentation is available to AMTA Members only.
- Janeen Wietgrefe, P.E. / Rebecca Wilder, E.I. / Paul Biscardi, E.I. / Geoffrey K. Hart, P.E. / Jennifer McMahon / Monica Pazahanick, P.E.
- Hazen and Sawyer / Town of Jupiter / Hazen and Sawyer / Hazen and Sawyer / Hazen and Sawyer / Hazen and Sawyer
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- Split-Feed Nanofiltration Process, Jupiter, Long-term