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BARRIER UF TURNKEY SYSTEM

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START PHOTOAustralian engineered, built & tested Ultrafiltration systems.
IMG_1BarrierUF plant under construction in Victoria with the 70m3 modules / T-Rack 3.0 treating seawater.
IMG_2Utilising best practice lean manufacturing techniques, a standardized, modular, efficient design focused on repeatability, the BarrierUF Range challenges the concept that a water treatment package needs to be sourced off-shore. With industry benchmark delivery lead times you can speed up your project execution time.BarrierUF plant for Cocal Cola Tatura – from concept to commissioning in 4 weeks
CONTROL PHOTOBarrier UF™ plants now optionally incorporate an exciting development in control software – MemTune™ – which monitors plant data such as NTU, the rate of TMP increase and baseline recovery data and translates this into real time plant control where it will modulate flux, cycle lengths & cleaning cycles based on real time conditions rather than timer or delayed manual operator input based on water quality testing. This can significantly improve efficiency compared to ‘fixed parameter’ control’, saving energy, chemical usage, operator input & downtime.
IMG_3As an example of how this works in practice, if feed water quality conditions improve the PLC will automatically calculate real time projections, increasing filtration cycle lengths, and decreasing cleaning cycles as needed.We offer a full scale BarrierUF demonstration plant that can be fully remote controlled and monitored.
The BarrierUF plant can also be supplied pathogen rejection validation, accredited by Australian State Health Departments for wastewater reuse projects. Incorporating Direct Integrity Testing and the USEPA validated IngeXL60 module, the range sets the standard for virus rejection and efficiency with no air scour required for cleaning.Challenge testing undertaken by the A.W.Q.C demonstrated an average MS2 Phage rejection of 5.76 LRV over 3 separate runs.
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