G3 Water Treatment
G3 Water Treatment
- Biofouling is one of the biggest problems water treatment plants and company face. It causes secondary contamination and renders water treatment services ineffective.
- To remove, back flushing is required, which costs a lot of time and money. Furthermore, it is always never fully cleaned.
- When integrated into filter’s membrane, G3Tech will prevent bacteria from building up in the filters therefore preventing biofouling from occurring.
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- Performance of G3Tech Water
- Removal Comparison of G3Tech Filters
Membranes have emerged as a feasible means to purify water since the 1960s. Over the years, more advanced and efficient membranes have been fabricated with new materials and different configurations. Various types of membranes can be employed for water treatment processes, including microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO) membranes, which are classified based on membrane pore size.
One major obstacle to the widespread use of membrane technology is membrane fouling. In the process, solutes, particles and biological foulants are deposited onto the membrane surface or into membrane pores, resulting in degraded membrane performance. Membrane fouling can cause severe flux decline, affecting the quality of water produced. Severe fouling may require intense chemical cleaning or membrane replacement, increasing a treatment plant’s operation costs.
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|Bacteria strains||Antimicrobial efficiency of Pananofilt||China GB15979-2002 standard for disposable hygiene products||China GB20944.3-2008 standard for textile|
|Staphylococcus aureus||100.00%||> 26%||> 70%|
|Escherichia coli||99.95%||> 26%||> 70%|
|Candida albicans||99.37%||> 26%||> 60%|
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