Regardless of the plant capacity, the selection of the right pre-treatment is critical to the performance and longevity of every mobile water reverse osmosis plant. Depending on the quality of the source water, our mobile multi media filtration units are the preferred, cost-effective pre treatment option.
To ensure the optimum performance through the protection of the RO membranes, suspended matter is treated with a choice of pre treatments that include either single or multi-media filters or other processes such as a DAF.
Coagulants or flocculants may assist the process. A membrane filtration pre treatment such as micro or ultra filtration may be used solely or in conjunction with other treatments.
Additionally, in-line filters provide a guarantee of the capture of ultra-fine matter.
In addition to the selection of the right pre-filtration, Septech provides anti-scalants to inhibit membrane fouling, chlorination of bioactive feeds and de-chlorination systems. Optional processes for the adjustment of the final product, completes the process.
Multi Media Filtration
As part of Septech’s Mobile Water Fleet, our mobile multi media filtration (MMF) units are the ideal pre treatment technology for the reverse osmosis system where the source water has high turbidity or the source water quality could potentially foul the membranes of the reverse osmosis system. learn more
Manufactured by GE to ISO 9001 quality standards, each mobile MMF unit is capable of volume outputs of over 1000 cubic metres per day of filtered water with up to 95% turbidity removal with appropriate use of a coagulant, nominal to feed water quality.
All systems include continuous monitoring for real-time access to unit performance.
Advantages of Mobile Multi Media Filtration Units
Each MMF unit can produce volume outputs of up 1000 cubic metres per day
Ability to combine the mobile MMF units with other Septech mobile RO units to enhance system capability
Rapid deployment to each site
Compact systems that have a small footprint
Container units can be conveniently interlocked to form large treatment plants of multiple 1000 cubic metres capacity