World Spotlight: Nanofilters Convert Rising River Water into Drinking Water -- French City Finds a New Source for its Citizens
The world's first and largest nanofiltration plant for treating river water is located north of Paris. The plant is fully automated and the CIP loop for cleaning the membranes runs without virtually any manual intervention. Trouble-free CIP operation is ensured by, among other things, 30 plastic-lined magnetic drive pumps for dosing and conveying the chemicals...
by Fathi Chatila
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