Bullet List The flexibility to work well with many materials, such as calcium carbonate, dolomite, talc, bentonite, barite, petroleum, coke, calcium oxide and gypsum.
Bullet List The flexibility to convey vertically, horizontally or at any angle; over short or long distances; and over, under or around obstructions.
Bullet List A dual helix that combines fast high-volume filling with accurate dribble flow.
Bullet List Flow rates starting at 110 mL/min. (or 95 mL/min. for CE-compliant versions), depending on process pressure.
Bullet List The speed to apply up to 58 labels per minute, depending on the printer, label size and product height.
Bullet List Rapid installation of split models to avoid lifting drives.
Bullet List Detection ranges from 100 mm to 4.5 m.
Bullet List 4- to 20-mA, 2-wire loop-powered I/Os, which are converted into an RS485 signal for transmission to the water's surface.
Bullet List TRAKlink™ technology to simplify connections and integrate components, mitigating installation and start-up delays.
Bullet List A space-saving design for more effective electrical distribution system coordination.
Bullet List 1. The Manual Method. A worker physically cleans a tank and may actually enter it to do so. This raises safety concerns and often results in inconsistent cleaning, as well as the use of more cleaning chemicals and water than is really necessary.
Bullet List Minimized deadleg.
Bullet List Performance of the MBR System. The most important consideration in the retrofit of an existing MBR is the performance of the biological system. In many cases, poor performance in the bioreactor will result in problems with membrane performance. In such situations, changes to the biological treatment system may be needed to improve the system. Simply changing the membrane modules may not be sufficient.
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