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West Basin Municipal Water District Taps Pall Water to Provide Membrane Technology for Reuse

Pall Water Press Release | July 11, 2017

Pall Water Press Release | July 11, 2017

West Basin, a wholesale water agency that provides imported drinking water to 17 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, will expand its existing Pall WaterAria FLEX filtration system by 33%, and add two new Aria FAST mobile membrane filtration units to supplement lost flow of other MF systems.

West Basin is recognized for being a leader in water recycling. Previously, West Basin purchased two of Pall Water's Aria FAST mobile membrane filtration units...

West Basin, a wholesale water agency that provides imported drinking water to 17 cities and unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County, will expand its existing Pall WaterAria FLEX filtration system by 33%, and add two new Aria FAST mobile membrane filtration units to supplement lost flow of other MF systems.

West Basin is recognized for being a leader in water recycling. Previously, West Basin purchased two of Pall Water's Aria FAST mobile membrane filtration units...

Pall Water Underscores Commitment to Water Quality & Consistency in 2017

Pall Water Press Release | April 20, 2017 

Pall Water Press Release | April 20, 2017 

Pall Water, a division of Pall Corporation and the filtration partner of choice for companies who need smart water solutions, today announced its new alignment within the family of operating companies owned by Danaher Corporation, a global science and technology innovator. Pall Water, while remaining a division of Pall Corporation, will now operate in affiliation with the operating companies of Danaher’s robust Water Quality Platform, which includes premium water brands such as Hach, Trojan Technologies and ChemTreat.

Pall Water, a division of Pall Corporation and the filtration partner of choice for companies who need smart water solutions, today announced its new alignment within the family of operating companies owned by Danaher Corporation, a global science and technology innovator. Pall Water, while remaining a division of Pall Corporation, will now operate in affiliation with the operating companies of Danaher’s robust Water Quality Platform, which includes premium water brands such as Hach, Trojan Technologies and ChemTreat.

Membrane Cleaning: From Theory to Practice -- Flexible Cleaning Regimes Promote Membrane Permeability

AWA Water E-Journal | May 15, 2017 

AWA Water E-Journal | May 15, 2017 

Low-pressure membranes (microfiltration and ultrafiltration) are increasingly replacing conventional water treatment processes as the result of more stringent regulations and greatly improved competitive pricing. It has been recognised that the most common operating issue of membrane plant operation is controlling membrane fouling. Although the impact of fouling may be mitigated via the modification of the pretreatment process, as inefficient cleaning can affect the extent of irreversible permeability loss, leading to the premature replacement of membranes.

Low-pressure membranes (microfiltration and ultrafiltration) are increasingly replacing conventional water treatment processes as the result of more stringent regulations and greatly improved competitive pricing. It has been recognised that the most common operating issue of membrane plant operation is controlling membrane fouling. Although the impact of fouling may be mitigated via the modification of the pretreatment process, as inefficient cleaning can affect the extent of irreversible permeability loss, leading to the premature replacement of membranes.

A Filtration Solution for When Spring Has Sprung

Water Online | April 20, 2017

Water Online | April 20, 2017

As most of us enjoy the improved weather brought on by winter’s transition into spring, many water treatment operations are still recovering from a lesser-known downside of the changing seasons. As snow and ice melt, they inundate water systems with runoff and contaminants.

“Ice melt brings additional solids into the water through soil erosion, which occurs during the water runoff,” said Ronald Thomas, an industrial sales manager at Pall Water. “Constituents vary by geography, but most common are particulate soils, minerals, organics, and trace metals.”

It is not uncommon, added Thomas, for water analysis following ice melt to show increased NTU and TSS...

As most of us enjoy the improved weather brought on by winter’s transition into spring, many water treatment operations are still recovering from a lesser-known downside of the changing seasons. As snow and ice melt, they inundate water systems with runoff and contaminants.

“Ice melt brings additional solids into the water through soil erosion, which occurs during the water runoff,” said Ronald Thomas, an industrial sales manager at Pall Water. “Constituents vary by geography, but most common are particulate soils, minerals, organics, and trace metals.”

It is not uncommon, added Thomas, for water analysis following ice melt to show increased NTU and TSS...

Back In Season -- Oregon Water Treatment Plant Upgrades Address Seasonal Water Demand

WQP Magazine | March 30, 2017

WQP Magazine | March 30, 2017

The Row River Water Treatment Plant in Cottage Grove, Oregon serves a population of approximately 10,000 people, utilizing almost 4,000 connections over an approximately 4-sq-mile service area with 49 miles of water main. The Row River historically served as a supplemental water supply to the city’s primary 2-million-gal-per-day (mgd) Layng Creek Water Treatment Plant to meet system demands during peak demand periods, which were typically during the summer months.

The original Row River Water Treatment Plant was constructed in 1993 with a capacity of 2 mgd. It used an upflow clarifier with a multimedia rapid sand filter. The plant was built to expand to 4 mgd...

The Row River Water Treatment Plant in Cottage Grove, Oregon serves a population of approximately 10,000 people, utilizing almost 4,000 connections over an approximately 4-sq-mile service area with 49 miles of water main. The Row River historically served as a supplemental water supply to the city’s primary 2-million-gal-per-day (mgd) Layng Creek Water Treatment Plant to meet system demands during peak demand periods, which were typically during the summer months.

The original Row River Water Treatment Plant was constructed in 1993 with a capacity of 2 mgd. It used an upflow clarifier with a multimedia rapid sand filter. The plant was built to expand to 4 mgd...

Dark Days In the Sunshine State -- Balancing Water Supply and Demand in Florida

W&WD Magazine | February 6, 2017

W&WD Magazine | February 6, 2017

A recent report prepared by the Geoplan Center at the University of Florida — “Water 2070: Mapping Florida’s Future – Alternative Patterns of Water Use in 2070” — explores how Florida’s growing population will impact water demand, and the outlook is not especially optimistic.

W&WD Assistant Editor Lauren Baltas spoke to Pall Water’s regional sales manager for Florida, David Glovinsky, to discuss what Florida's future holds and how the state is prepared to face it.

This Q&A Session includes insight on Florida's water industry, tools for water management , industry implications, and more... 

A recent report prepared by the Geoplan Center at the University of Florida — “Water 2070: Mapping Florida’s Future – Alternative Patterns of Water Use in 2070” — explores how Florida’s growing population will impact water demand, and the outlook is not especially optimistic.

W&WD Assistant Editor Lauren Baltas spoke to Pall Water’s regional sales manager for Florida, David Glovinsky, to discuss what Florida's future holds and how the state is prepared to face it.

This Q&A Session includes insight on Florida's water industry, tools for water management , industry implications, and more... 

Membrane Systems: Pressurized vs. Submerged -- Comparing the Benefits of Pressurized & Submerged MF / UF Membrane Systems

WQP Magazine | February 3, 2017

WQP Magazine | February 3, 2017

In the past 15 years, microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) membranes have emerged as leading technologies for municipal and industrial water treatment. Once thought to be non-competitive versus conventional treatment, especially for large installations, MF / UF systems have proven to be a cost-effective option for drinking water treatment, water reuse and industrial water treatment.

In the past 15 years, microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) membranes have emerged as leading technologies for municipal and industrial water treatment. Once thought to be non-competitive versus conventional treatment, especially for large installations, MF / UF systems have proven to be a cost-effective option for drinking water treatment, water reuse and industrial water treatment.

When Time is of the Essence

Industrial WaterWorld | October 1, 2016

Industrial WaterWorld | October 1, 2016

As the global water shortage tightens its grip on much of the world, industrial companies are increasingly looking to evaluate and implement alternative or sustainable water sources and technologies to more efficiently use and reuse the limited supply of fresh water. While many industrial companies typically vet and test wastewater treatment solutions systematically over several months or years before determining which system or technology to implement, there are inevitably situations when this evaluation is not an option.

Based on the immense use of water in a variety of industrial processes...

As the global water shortage tightens its grip on much of the world, industrial companies are increasingly looking to evaluate and implement alternative or sustainable water sources and technologies to more efficiently use and reuse the limited supply of fresh water. While many industrial companies typically vet and test wastewater treatment solutions systematically over several months or years before determining which system or technology to implement, there are inevitably situations when this evaluation is not an option.

Based on the immense use of water in a variety of industrial processes...

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