KMS Presents Innovative Water Treatment Solutions at Texas Water 2011
Published Date: March 22, 2011
Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS), a world-class developer and manufacturer of innovative membranes and membrane filtration systems, will showcase its portfolio of products, including the PURON® PLUS packaged membrane bioreactor (MBR) system, at Texas Water 2011™ April 5-8. The event takes place at the Fort Worth Convention Center and is sponsored by the Texas section of the American Water Works Association.

KMS will display its innovative water treatment solutions at booths #121-123 at the conference.

The PURON PLUS MBR packaged system, featuring PURON membrane modules, is a skid-mounted packaged plant for large-scale applications that provides customers with a full scope of supply, from prescreening and biological treatment through to the final membrane clarification step. Pre-engineered MBR plants are available with capacities ranging from 5,000 to 100,000 GPD.

The PURON membrane module is at the heart of the PURON PLUS MBR system and features a central aeration system that minimizes power consumption while reducing sludging. Additional features such as an optimized permeate extraction manifold and air supply lines reduce the number of piping connections during installation. PURON modules can easily retrofit systems with comparably sized modules.

Other membrane products provided by KMS include:
Spiral-Wound RO/NF Elements for municipal and industrial water treatment. Accommodating a full range of applications, sizes and pressures, KMS spiral-wound elements offer the broadest choice possible.

Tubular and Hollow-Fiber Membranes for wastewater treatment in heavy-duty applications such as metal, chemical, automotive, latex, electronics, textile, food and printing processes, as well as process water treatment in boiler feed and cooling tower applications. These membranes provide a cost-effective solution for water reuse or recovery of valuable components from waste streams.