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GE seawater sulfate removal water treatment technology

GE’s Water Treatment Technology Selected by Petrobras

With the upstream oil and gas sector seeking new water treatment technologies as companies move into deeper waters, Brazil’s state-owned oil and gas company Petrobras has approved General Electric’s new seawater sulfate removal (SWSR) nanofiltration membrane for use in water injection applications regarding sulfate removal. The decision came after GE performed a … Read more »

Water Treatment System Helps Cambria During Drought

Membrane filtration manufacturer H2O Innovation has delivered a containerized advanced water treatment system to the Cambria Community Service District in California to help the community overcome the impact of the historic drought affecting the state. The system, designed to be used during the dry months, produces a flow rate of … Read more »

ZLD ‘Sets Standard’ for Industrial Water Conservation

In drought-stricken California, zero liquid discharge (ZLD) systems are setting the standard for industrial-scale water conservation, reports Water World. In an article for the publication, Peter S. Cartwright, president of PE Cartwright Consulting, reports a large California power generator is using membrane technologies to treat and reuse cooling tower blowdown … Read more »

Memcor CP II ultrafiltration system

Siemens Ultrafiltration System Halves Membrane Array Footprint

Siemens Water Technologies’ Memcor CP II ultrafiltration membrane system for industrial and municipal plants reduces membrane array footprint by up to 50 percent compared to previous Memcor membrane arrays, the company says. The modular, rack-based system is designed to lower installation and operations costs and is scalable to meet a … Read more »

GE Membrane Purifies Tough-to-Treat Water

GE Membrane Purifies Tough-to-Treat Water

GE says its new membrane to purify tough-to-treat water such as wastewater from industrial processes can reduce time between cleanings by up to 50 percent. The AG LF series is a low-fouling reverse osmosis (RO) membrane (see diagram) that GE says resists degradation from water containing bacteria, colloids and other … Read more »

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