Harn R/O Systems Blog

Use Variable Frequency Drives to Save Energy in Membrane Plants

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Jan 17, 2020 1:35:00 PM


Variable frequency drives (VFD) are becoming the popular choice for many industrial processes that need to make use of motors with changing speeds. In membrane plants, these motors are used to feed the pressure and flow of the water as it moves through the various areas of the treatment cycle.

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Topics: membrane filtration, membrane treatment system, membrane treatment, water treatment, membrane plants, vfd, water purification process, save money, water treatment plant

4 Reasons You Need to Replace Your Conventional Water Treatment Plant with a Membrane Water Treatment System

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Jan 3, 2020 2:48:00 PM

Water quality and purification processes have improved over time, while demand for drinkable water has increased. Today’s membrane treatment plants can be tailored to the overall composition of water to be processed, and the membrane treatment methods used can reduce more possible contaminants. Where the desired outcome is stable, clean water with an appreciable return on the investment, upgrading to a membrane water treatment system is backed by cutting edge industry science.
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Topics: membrane treatment system, water treatment, water quality, water purification process

How Do I Know I’m Getting the Best Value on My Membrane System?

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on May 1, 2019 3:11:29 PM

Water treatment membrane systems are complex. Even after the technical design is finalized, it can be difficult to assess cost versus value. We all know from purchasing anything from shoes to washing machines that the cheapest product probably won’t provide us the best value.

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Topics: membrane treatment system, membrane treatment, water treatment, water quality

8 Simple Steps for Performing a Successful Membrane Installation

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Feb 28, 2019 12:48:10 PM

Membrane Installation Components

Membranes are loaded from the feed end of the pressure vessel. To better understand the installation procedure, the following definitions are helpful:

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Topics: membrane treatment system, membrane treatment, water treatment, water quality

The Impact That a Hurricane Can Leave on Your Water Treatment Plant

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on Jan 10, 2019 11:43:18 AM

Three major hurricanes have already hit the United States this year. Being prepared for a hurricane has never been more important, especially for those who run and manage water treatment facilities. Water treatment is essential for removing constituents that can be unpalatable and lead to illnesses and other serious conditions. Houston experienced an outbreak of E. Coli due to water contamination from the impact of hurricane Harvey, which knocked out at least 40 water treatment facilities in the area. Water is essential for our survival so it is of utmost importance that water treatment facilities are prepared to handle and respond to natural disasters, like a hurricane.water

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Topics: membrane treatment, water treatment, membrane plants, weather challenges, water treatment plant

How Much Water Do Americans Use Versus Other Countries?

Posted by Julie Nemeth-Harn on May 24, 2018 10:28:00 AM

Much of the environmental discussion of the new millennium has been centered on an individual’s carbon footprint. From running the shower to the continuous flow of the faucet as you brush your teeth, we have all heard statistics regarding how much water we use. Similar to our carbon footprint, we can estimate our individual water footprint.

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Topics: water treatment, water footprint, water