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Mobile Water Solutions – Aria™ FAST & IMPRO™

Aria FAST mobile water treatment units provide added capacity for long-term water treatment or emergency water relief in municipal and industrial applications. Our mobile microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), and intelligent maximum performance reverse osmosis (IMPRO) systems deliver fresh water when speed is crucial.
Aria FAST mobile water treatment units provide added capacity for long-term water treatment or emergency water relief in municipal and industrial applications. Our mobile microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), and intelligent maximum performance reverse osmosis (IMPRO) systems deliver fresh water when speed is crucial.
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Mobile Water: Wellsboro, Pennsylvania, USA

In November 2010, the Wellsboro Municipal Authority’s slow sand filtration drinking water plant began experiencing high turbidity and algae events due to elevated levels in their reservoir. As a result, their citizens received emergency notices to boil their water before use. The boil water advisory not only impacted residents daily lives from brushing teeth to preparing food, but it also required business owners to shut down soda fountain dispensers, ice machines and coffee makers.
In November 2010, the Wellsboro Municipal Authority’s slow sand filtration drinking water plant began experiencing high turbidity and algae events due to elevated levels in their reservoir. As a result, their citizens received emergency notices to boil their water before use. The boil water advisory not only impacted residents daily lives from brushing teeth to preparing food, but it also required business owners to shut down soda fountain dispensers, ice machines and coffee makers.
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Mobile Water: European Power Plant

A large European power plant was in need of a reliable source of water to feed their demineralizing unit. The existing conventional groundwater treatment technology was unable to provide stable water quality. Also, there was a need for a more abundant water source.
A large European power plant was in need of a reliable source of water to feed their demineralizing unit. The existing conventional groundwater treatment technology was unable to provide stable water quality. Also, there was a need for a more abundant water source.
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Mobile Water: New Jersey American Water, USA

In 2014, officials in Monmouth County, New Jersey were determined to implement a water filtration system as they sought to provide additional water production capacity in order to take clarifiers off-line for preventative maintenance. Additionally, the county wanted a way to supplement its water supply from the Swimming River Reservoir as this alone was unable to meet peak demand in the summer months. In order to solve these challenges, New Jersey American Water began qualifying various mobile membrane units.
In 2014, officials in Monmouth County, New Jersey were determined to implement a water filtration system as they sought to provide additional water production capacity in order to take clarifiers off-line for preventative maintenance. Additionally, the county wanted a way to supplement its water supply from the Swimming River Reservoir as this alone was unable to meet peak demand in the summer months. In order to solve these challenges, New Jersey American Water began qualifying various mobile membrane units.
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Mobile Water: Peru Gold Mine

In 2015, a gold mining plant in Peru at 3,000 meters of altitude sought to protect its existing reverse osmosis (RO) unit from contaminated leachate water. An operator found that the plant’s conventional treatment, consisting of neutralized and treated leaching water, could not provide a stable and high quality stream of water for mining production. The plant required a quick, reliable wastewater solution to not only meet peak demand in the summer months, as well as treat the mine leachate and prevent the existing RO membrane from collapsing or releasing contaminated water into the environment. Compounding the challenge was the geographical nature and environment of the Peruvian plant. The ideal solution would be able to operate with a quick delivery rate and small footprint for the plant given the difficult restrictions.
In 2015, a gold mining plant in Peru at 3,000 meters of altitude sought to protect its existing reverse osmosis (RO) unit from contaminated leachate water. An operator found that the plant’s conventional treatment, consisting of neutralized and treated leaching water, could not provide a stable and high quality stream of water for mining production. The plant required a quick, reliable wastewater solution to not only meet peak demand in the summer months, as well as treat the mine leachate and prevent the existing RO membrane from collapsing or releasing contaminated water into the environment. Compounding the challenge was the geographical nature and environment of the Peruvian plant. The ideal solution would be able to operate with a quick delivery rate and small footprint for the plant given the difficult restrictions.
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Mobile Water: City of Cisco, Texas, USA

On Thursday, June 2, 2016, the City of Cisco, Texas experienced heavy rains that completely flooded Lake Cisco and ultimately submerged the city’s surface water treatment plant and all of its equipment. Immediately following the flood, officials began qualifying mobile treatment options as they knew that the city would soon be depleted of water. Roads adjacent to the plant were washed out, and the plant’s team worked around the clock to provide water to the city’s 6,500 residents, which include two wholesale customers that purchase bulk water from the city for surrounding rural communities.
On Thursday, June 2, 2016, the City of Cisco, Texas experienced heavy rains that completely flooded Lake Cisco and ultimately submerged the city’s surface water treatment plant and all of its equipment. Immediately following the flood, officials began qualifying mobile treatment options as they knew that the city would soon be depleted of water. Roads adjacent to the plant were washed out, and the plant’s team worked around the clock to provide water to the city’s 6,500 residents, which include two wholesale customers that purchase bulk water from the city for surrounding rural communities.
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Mobile Water: Mount Isa, Australia

Situated in the State of Queensland, the Mount Isa Water Board (MIWB) is responsible for the supply of drinking water to the Mount Isa City Council for distribution to residents as well as providing a water source to industrial users. The Mount Isa City Council realized an increase in demand for clean, high-quality drinking water. In order to fulfill the requests of the City Council, the MIWB needed a treatment system that could increase the capacity, integrate into the pre-existing plant at the Terminal Reservoir as well as meet the stringent water quality standards.
Situated in the State of Queensland, the Mount Isa Water Board (MIWB) is responsible for the supply of drinking water to the Mount Isa City Council for distribution to residents as well as providing a water source to industrial users. The Mount Isa City Council realized an increase in demand for clean, high-quality drinking water. In order to fulfill the requests of the City Council, the MIWB needed a treatment system that could increase the capacity, integrate into the pre-existing plant at the Terminal Reservoir as well as meet the stringent water quality standards.
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Mobile Water: Bralorne Mine, Canada

The Bralorne Gold Mine, required construction to get the mine back on-line after its purchase by Avino Silver & Gold Mines in 2014. Temporary water storage for mine drainage would not be available during construction and required a higher-capacity water treatment for the anticipated high volume flows for freshet. The mine required a faster, more affordable and reliable treatment solution than its existing media filtration.
The Bralorne Gold Mine, required construction to get the mine back on-line after its purchase by Avino Silver & Gold Mines in 2014. Temporary water storage for mine drainage would not be available during construction and required a higher-capacity water treatment for the anticipated high volume flows for freshet. The mine required a faster, more affordable and reliable treatment solution than its existing media filtration.
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Mobile Water: Municipal Water UK

When Drinking Water supplies were in danger of cryptosporidium contamination, Pall Water quickly delivered mobile water treatment to a city in the UK. To ensure the quality and safety of the drinking water, a solution was needed to eliminate cryptosporidium at the source immediately. Pall Water’s Aria FAST mobile water was chosen unit because of its immediate response time and ability to remove contamination.
When Drinking Water supplies were in danger of cryptosporidium contamination, Pall Water quickly delivered mobile water treatment to a city in the UK. To ensure the quality and safety of the drinking water, a solution was needed to eliminate cryptosporidium at the source immediately. Pall Water’s Aria FAST mobile water was chosen unit because of its immediate response time and ability to remove contamination.
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Packaged Treatment Solutions – Aria™ FIT & IMPRO™

Aria FIT and IMPRO technologies offer packaged, pre-planned solutions for industrial and municipal water applications. Designed with you in mind, our pre-engineered skids are operator-friendly with easy-to-use controls. Modular skids deliver MF, UF, and RO treatment in a convenient package.
Aria FIT and IMPRO technologies offer packaged, pre-planned solutions for industrial and municipal water applications. Designed with you in mind, our pre-engineered skids are operator-friendly with easy-to-use controls. Modular skids deliver MF, UF, and RO treatment in a convenient package.
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Packaged Systems: City of Cisco, Texas, USA

In 2010, the City of Cisco, Texas decided to upgrade its existing water treatment plant, seeking to replace its conventional dual media filters with modern, sophisticated membrane technology. The City of Cisco’s water treatment plant serves more than 6,500 residents which includes two wholesale customers that purchase bulk water from the city for surrounding rural communities. In order to determine which membrane system to implement, officials began qualifying solutions from a variety of vendors.
In 2010, the City of Cisco, Texas decided to upgrade its existing water treatment plant, seeking to replace its conventional dual media filters with modern, sophisticated membrane technology. The City of Cisco’s water treatment plant serves more than 6,500 residents which includes two wholesale customers that purchase bulk water from the city for surrounding rural communities. In order to determine which membrane system to implement, officials began qualifying solutions from a variety of vendors.
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Packaged Systems: Village of Clinton, British Columbia, Canada

When new environmental health regulations were instituted by British Columbia, the province’s Village of Clinton needed to upgrade its surface water treatment plant. In partnership with TRUE Consulting Ltd., the Village of Clinton began evaluating a variety of technologies and filtration systems capable of treating pathogens such as cryptosporidium and giardia.
When new environmental health regulations were instituted by British Columbia, the province’s Village of Clinton needed to upgrade its surface water treatment plant. In partnership with TRUE Consulting Ltd., the Village of Clinton began evaluating a variety of technologies and filtration systems capable of treating pathogens such as cryptosporidium and giardia.
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Packaged Systems: Town of Eastbourne, England

The Town of Eastbourne’s Waterworks Road Water Treatment Works (WTW), needed to build a new water treatment system within 12 months that could provide safe, high-quality drinking water that meets DWI regulations. The system would need to maintain Drinking Water compliance despite seasonal microbial and turbidity spikes that introduce fine chalk particles and other contaminants into the water supply. Pall Water’s Aria FIT packaged membrane system was selected to treat the high turbidity water and provide clean, reliable drinking water. The speed of deployment, along with the life cycle and robustness of Pall’s membranes, were a leading factor in the decision.
The Town of Eastbourne’s Waterworks Road Water Treatment Works (WTW), needed to build a new water treatment system within 12 months that could provide safe, high-quality drinking water that meets DWI regulations. The system would need to maintain Drinking Water compliance despite seasonal microbial and turbidity spikes that introduce fine chalk particles and other contaminants into the water supply. Pall Water’s Aria FIT packaged membrane system was selected to treat the high turbidity water and provide clean, reliable drinking water. The speed of deployment, along with the life cycle and robustness of Pall’s membranes, were a leading factor in the decision.
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Custom Water Treatment – Aria™ FLEX

Aria FLEX technology offers flexible, proven membrane solutions to fit a wide range of capacities and applications. Our modular system comes with a customizable design, perfect for new construction or facility upgrades.
Aria FLEX technology offers flexible, proven membrane solutions to fit a wide range of capacities and applications. Our modular system comes with a customizable design, perfect for new construction or facility upgrades.
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Custom Systems: Cottage Grove, Oregon, USA

In 1996, city officials in Cottage Grove, OR were tasked with renovating and developing added water production capacity at its Row River Water Treatment Plant. City officials were not only tasked with finding a treatment method capable of meeting drinking water standards, but one that was also able to handle Cottage Grove’s unique capacity requirements where water use frequently triples during the summer months. Additionally, facility operators needed to find a treatment method that they could trust as 24/7 monitoring of the water supply and treatment were paramount.
In 1996, city officials in Cottage Grove, OR were tasked with renovating and developing added water production capacity at its Row River Water Treatment Plant. City officials were not only tasked with finding a treatment method capable of meeting drinking water standards, but one that was also able to handle Cottage Grove’s unique capacity requirements where water use frequently triples during the summer months. Additionally, facility operators needed to find a treatment method that they could trust as 24/7 monitoring of the water supply and treatment were paramount.
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Custom Systems: Flowery Branch, Georgia, USA

In 2002, Georgia’s City of Flowery Branch faced strict new requirements about discharging water back into the nearby Lake Lanier, which is a drinking water source for the community, compelling the City to find an alternative wastewater system. At the time, the wastewater plant was using conventional sand filters that were unable to achieve the reduction of phosphorus to meet the new limit of 0.13 mg/L. Not only were the sand filters working improperly, but they were creating barriers to the plant’s ability to reach a higher level of treatment and recovery for discharging into the environment. If unable to meet the new phosphorus limit, the city would have been banned from discharging any additional water into Lake Lanier, resulting in an immediate negative impact on the city.
In 2002, Georgia’s City of Flowery Branch faced strict new requirements about discharging water back into the nearby Lake Lanier, which is a drinking water source for the community, compelling the City to find an alternative wastewater system. At the time, the wastewater plant was using conventional sand filters that were unable to achieve the reduction of phosphorus to meet the new limit of 0.13 mg/L. Not only were the sand filters working improperly, but they were creating barriers to the plant’s ability to reach a higher level of treatment and recovery for discharging into the environment. If unable to meet the new phosphorus limit, the city would have been banned from discharging any additional water into Lake Lanier, resulting in an immediate negative impact on the city.
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Custom System: Wilmington, Delaware, USA

Originally constructed in 1917 and then renovated in 1933, the Brandywine Water Treatment Plant in Wilmington, Delaware required a retrofit into the mixed media filter basins in order to meet stringent drinking water standards. Furthermore, the facility needed a robust system as it previously experienced significant turbidity occurrences due to heavy rainfall. The raw water from the Brandywine Creek is coagulated with PAX-XL 19, aluminum chlorohydrate and settled in a sedimentation basin after pretreatment before reaching the membranes for filtration.
Originally constructed in 1917 and then renovated in 1933, the Brandywine Water Treatment Plant in Wilmington, Delaware required a retrofit into the mixed media filter basins in order to meet stringent drinking water standards. Furthermore, the facility needed a robust system as it previously experienced significant turbidity occurrences due to heavy rainfall. The raw water from the Brandywine Creek is coagulated with PAX-XL 19, aluminum chlorohydrate and settled in a sedimentation basin after pretreatment before reaching the membranes for filtration.
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Custom System: Barka, Sultanate of Oman

The Sultanate of Oman, like other gulf countries in the Middle East, depends on desalination technologies as a major source of supply of potable water to the distribution network. In 2015, a leading developer and operator that is based in Oman and operating Barka 1, awarded Osmoflo, an EPC, to build a complete desalination plant with a capacity of 56,500 m3/ day (12.5 MIGD). This plant, called MSF Reject Desalination at Barka 1 Expansion Phase 2, is where Oman was to provide potable water in less than a year so it could add capacity to the Muscat city’s water network that serves more than 2 million residents.
The Sultanate of Oman, like other gulf countries in the Middle East, depends on desalination technologies as a major source of supply of potable water to the distribution network. In 2015, a leading developer and operator that is based in Oman and operating Barka 1, awarded Osmoflo, an EPC, to build a complete desalination plant with a capacity of 56,500 m3/ day (12.5 MIGD). This plant, called MSF Reject Desalination at Barka 1 Expansion Phase 2, is where Oman was to provide potable water in less than a year so it could add capacity to the Muscat city’s water network that serves more than 2 million residents.
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Custom System: TMVW, Belgium

In 2008, a Belgian municipal water supplier - TMVW - saw an emerging market for the valorization of surface water, and thus an opportunity to expand into the industrial water supply industry. TMVW decided to create Induss II, a fully integrated water production site in the port of Ghent to serve surrounding industrial customers with water.
In 2008, a Belgian municipal water supplier - TMVW - saw an emerging market for the valorization of surface water, and thus an opportunity to expand into the industrial water supply industry. TMVW decided to create Induss II, a fully integrated water production site in the port of Ghent to serve surrounding industrial customers with water.
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Custom System: Murfreesboro, Tennessee, USA

In 2008, Murfreesboro Water Resources Department in Tennessee sought to expand and update aging equipment at its Stones River Water Treatment Plant (SRWTP). Located just outside of Nashville, the city's population was rapidly growing and the water treatment plant required additional capacity to meet demand. The upgrade also gave Murfreesboro the opportunity to proactively prepare for anticipated new EPA regulations relating to water treatment while preventing cryptosporidium and giardia lamblia from reaching the public water supply.
In 2008, Murfreesboro Water Resources Department in Tennessee sought to expand and update aging equipment at its Stones River Water Treatment Plant (SRWTP). Located just outside of Nashville, the city's population was rapidly growing and the water treatment plant required additional capacity to meet demand. The upgrade also gave Murfreesboro the opportunity to proactively prepare for anticipated new EPA regulations relating to water treatment while preventing cryptosporidium and giardia lamblia from reaching the public water supply.
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Custom System: Hendersonville, Tennessee, USA

During the summer of 2007, Hendersonville Utility District’s (HUD) 23-year-old water treatment plant, experienced a particularly severe drought that stressed the capabilities of the plant. In need of a long-term solution, HUD officials were tasked with deciding whether to expand the conventional treatment plant or design and build an entirely new water treatment plant. The solution needed to increase output capacity and incorporate the latest advancements in treatment technologies. Following a pilot phase, Pall Water’s Aria FLEX custom water treatment system outperformed competing solutions through its impressive and accurately scaled results, robust membranes, and the professionalism of the Pall Water team.
During the summer of 2007, Hendersonville Utility District’s (HUD) 23-year-old water treatment plant, experienced a particularly severe drought that stressed the capabilities of the plant. In need of a long-term solution, HUD officials were tasked with deciding whether to expand the conventional treatment plant or design and build an entirely new water treatment plant. The solution needed to increase output capacity and incorporate the latest advancements in treatment technologies. Following a pilot phase, Pall Water’s Aria FLEX custom water treatment system outperformed competing solutions through its impressive and accurately scaled results, robust membranes, and the professionalism of the Pall Water team.
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Custom System: Castle Rock, Colorado, USA

Castle Rock Water’s Plum Creek Water Purification Facility required a new water treatment system that could meet regulatory drinking water standards and help the supplier move to more renewable water sources. Beyond purification, another major objective of the new facility’s design was to maximize system efficiency by minimizing membrane fouling from precipitated metals. The durability of Pall Water’s Aria FLEX custom water treatment system and its membranes have allowed Castle Rock Water to treat and deliver safe, renewable water to the town’s residents and businesses.
Castle Rock Water’s Plum Creek Water Purification Facility required a new water treatment system that could meet regulatory drinking water standards and help the supplier move to more renewable water sources. Beyond purification, another major objective of the new facility’s design was to maximize system efficiency by minimizing membrane fouling from precipitated metals. The durability of Pall Water’s Aria FLEX custom water treatment system and its membranes have allowed Castle Rock Water to treat and deliver safe, renewable water to the town’s residents and businesses.
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Custom System: Township of Sherbrooke, Quebec, Canada

The township of Sherbrooke in eastern Quebec was required to update its aging water treatment plant. The existing drum filter microstrainers system was unable to meet new drinking water regulations set by the Ministry of Environment. The plant, which serves 145,000 residents, uses source water from Memphremagog Lake. Time was of the essence as a new plant was required to complete construction within Quebec’s stringent deadline in order to secure funding for the project. Pall Water’s Aria FLEX custom water treatment system was selected following a successful pilot where it offered the best lifecycle costs and achieved the highest amount of water recovery. The robust membranes were able to meet drinking water requirements and the system was built to scale for future capacity needs.
The township of Sherbrooke in eastern Quebec was required to update its aging water treatment plant. The existing drum filter microstrainers system was unable to meet new drinking water regulations set by the Ministry of Environment. The plant, which serves 145,000 residents, uses source water from Memphremagog Lake. Time was of the essence as a new plant was required to complete construction within Quebec’s stringent deadline in order to secure funding for the project. Pall Water’s Aria FLEX custom water treatment system was selected following a successful pilot where it offered the best lifecycle costs and achieved the highest amount of water recovery. The robust membranes were able to meet drinking water requirements and the system was built to scale for future capacity needs.
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Custom System: Veerapandi CETP, India

Located in the south of India, Veerapandi Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) sought a new filtration system to help the plant meet government mandates that wastewater achieve zero liquid discharge (ZLD). The plant, which treats wastewater from 72 textile factories in the region, needed to quickly replace its aging ultrafiltration system. Pall Water’s Aria FLEX unit now enables the plant to successfully meet its treatment requirements by providing quality pretreatment.
Located in the south of India, Veerapandi Common Effluent Treatment Plant (CETP) sought a new filtration system to help the plant meet government mandates that wastewater achieve zero liquid discharge (ZLD). The plant, which treats wastewater from 72 textile factories in the region, needed to quickly replace its aging ultrafiltration system. Pall Water’s Aria FLEX unit now enables the plant to successfully meet its treatment requirements by providing quality pretreatment.
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Filtration & Pretreatment Solutions – Prelude™

Pall Water's pretreatment and filtration solutions are trusted to protect your membranes, your systems, and your investments. We deliver a proven range of filter bags, filter cartridges, filter housings, and more to meet your needs.
Pall Water's pretreatment and filtration solutions are trusted to protect your membranes, your systems, and your investments. We deliver a proven range of filter bags, filter cartridges, filter housings, and more to meet your needs.
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Filtration & Pretreatment: University of San Diego, California, USA

Pall Water bag filters help the University of San Diego, CA with proper HVAC functionality. Our solutions reduce maintenance needs, enable proactive capacity assessment, and save on energy costs. After evaluating many options, Pall Water's 5 micron Polyfold filter bag was selected due to its strength and ability to reduce the amount of contaminant bypass. The filter bags are capable of handling flow rates of 200 GPM, twice the amount of competing solutions.
Pall Water bag filters help the University of San Diego, CA with proper HVAC functionality. Our solutions reduce maintenance needs, enable proactive capacity assessment, and save on energy costs. After evaluating many options, Pall Water's 5 micron Polyfold filter bag was selected due to its strength and ability to reduce the amount of contaminant bypass. The filter bags are capable of handling flow rates of 200 GPM, twice the amount of competing solutions.
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Filtration & Pretreatment: Extending RO Membrane Efficiency with Filters

Pall Water's Claris® Filter Cartridges are shown to extend the efficiency of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes and reduce subsequent fouling when compared to traditional string wound filters. Switching to Claris can enable facilities to increase in filter performance, without an increasing filter costs.
Pall Water's Claris® Filter Cartridges are shown to extend the efficiency of reverse osmosis (RO) membranes and reduce subsequent fouling when compared to traditional string wound filters. Switching to Claris can enable facilities to increase in filter performance, without an increasing filter costs.
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Service & Support – Aria™ CARE

By leveraging decades of experience from the Aria CARE service team, customers can maximize run times, maintain water quality, reduce operating costs, and extend the life of their membrane systems. Our trained staff provide service and support to help every customer achieve their goals, working to ensure productive days and worry-free nights.
By leveraging decades of experience from the Aria CARE service team, customers can maximize run times, maintain water quality, reduce operating costs, and extend the life of their membrane systems. Our trained staff provide service and support to help every customer achieve their goals, working to ensure productive days and worry-free nights.
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Aria CARE & Services: City of Geneva, New York, USA

The drinking water facility for the City of Geneva is a 4 MGD Aria FLEX membrane system. From spring to early fall, the Geneva area experiences numerous electrical storms which, even with surge protection, pose a potential risk for plant downtime. Additionally, optimization opportunities and repair events can occur at all hours of operation. Many times, a single onsite operator is called upon to seize that opportunity or address the repair issue.
The drinking water facility for the City of Geneva is a 4 MGD Aria FLEX membrane system. From spring to early fall, the Geneva area experiences numerous electrical storms which, even with surge protection, pose a potential risk for plant downtime. Additionally, optimization opportunities and repair events can occur at all hours of operation. Many times, a single onsite operator is called upon to seize that opportunity or address the repair issue.
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Aria CARE & Services: Membrane Modules & Aftermarket Support

As municipal water treatment facilities look to reduce costs, the temptation to replace membranes with lower cost modules has grown, particularly as plants receive a free test trial offer. While alternative membrane solutions vary in price, they also vary widely in quality — a lesson numerous municipalities have learned the hard way upon beginning a trial. While membrane suppliers may claim to provide an intriguing, cost-effective alternative to Pall Water hollow-fiber modules, it is important to note that not all hollow-fibers are created equal.
As municipal water treatment facilities look to reduce costs, the temptation to replace membranes with lower cost modules has grown, particularly as plants receive a free test trial offer. While alternative membrane solutions vary in price, they also vary widely in quality — a lesson numerous municipalities have learned the hard way upon beginning a trial. While membrane suppliers may claim to provide an intriguing, cost-effective alternative to Pall Water hollow-fiber modules, it is important to note that not all hollow-fibers are created equal.
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