About the project:

The major municipal water supplier required a filtration system to provide low turbidity water to the UV system operated at one of their chalk boreholes. The water is disinfected by chlorination prior to filtration/UV treatment and pumping to the reservoir.

To maximise system life and minimise costs the client requested a design that allows the flow to automatically bypass the cartridge filters when the upstream turbidity is within acceptable limits and therefore no additional turbidity reduction is required.

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This entry was posted on 24th Jun 2015