RODI Systems now offers a lab-scale test unit for the Cembrane silicon carbide ceramic membrane (www.cembrane.com). The lab-scale unit makes it possible to do preliminary testing on small sample volumes. It is particularly useful for determining filtrate quality without conducting larger scale pilot testing.
RODI Systems continues to share its capabilities with the rest of the world. Here is a small nanofiltration system on its way to an African mining operation for some groundwater studies.
This month, RODI Systems completed this submerged ceramic microfiltration system for treating wastewater from a yarn mill. The system utilizes Cembrane silicon carbide membrane and will be replacing an older tubular UF system that didn't stand up well to the frequent chemical cleaning necessary in this application. Filtrate from this system will be further processed by reverse osmosis with the RO permeate being used as boiler feed.
RODI Systems’ Ceramic Membrane Bioreactor (CMBR) has been in operation at the Miocene Winery near Napa, California, for nearly a year. Utilizing Cembrane silicon carbide ceramic membrane, the Miocene unit is processing wastewater with BOD5 (5-day biochemical oxygen demand) as high as 6,000 mg/l with no detectable BOD5 or suspended solids in the filtered effluent. Learn more at https://lnkd.in/eafccyr.
RODI Systems will be exhibiting at WEFTEC in Chicago Oct 2-4 where we will be displaying Cembrane’s new non-metallic flat plate silicon carbide ceramic membrane module. Come see us at booth 8154 to learn more about this new technology for corrosive microfiltration applications.
One of the concerns with containerized water treatment systems is the ability to service large pumps inside the container. Here at RODI Systems, we always locate large pumps near the ends of the container where they can be reached with a special boom like the one shown here.
RODI Systems continues to serve its customers' needs in South America. Here are three additional containerized 20 m3/hr RO-EDI systems awaiting shipment to power plants in Argentina.
This is a ceramic membrane (Cembrane) pilot unit on its way to Madagascar for testing removal of manganese from groundwater.
RODI Systems has successfully delivered and commissioned two containerized high purity water treatment systems for power plant applications in Argentina. The 20 m3/hr plants utilize ceramic microfiltration (www.cembrane.com), two-pass RO, decarbonation, and EDI to provide high purity water for injection into the air inlets of combustion turbines.
These plants were designed, fabricated, and delivered EXW within 100 days of receiving the order.
Stan Lueck serves as President and General Manager of RODI Systems. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry and has spent the last 36 years as a technical professional.