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Technology: infini-D™ Zero-Downtime Cloth Disk Filter

Key Advantages:

  1. Cloth disks remove particles <10μm with no fouling
  2. No downtime for routine inspections or maintenance to individual disks
    reduces redundancy requirements
  3. Can reduce TP to <0.1 mg/L as infini-D Zero-Downtime Phosphorus Removal solution.

Applications:

  • Phosphorus removal
  • Tertiary filtration
  • Post-lagoon TSS filtration
  • Effluent reuse/recycle
  • Membrane pretreatment
  • Precipitate removal

Case Studies:

The Problem: Phosphorus and/or Solids

Reduce TP to <0.1mg/L: Remove phosphorus from your wastewater and consistently meet levels of <0.1 mg/L.

Reduce TSS to <5.0mg/L: Remove solids from your effluent, consistently meeting levels of <5.0 mg/L suitable for re-use applications.

Save space, time, and money: You'd like to do it on a compact footprint, and as usual, the quicker to install, simpler to operate, and more inexpensive the solution, the better.

The Nexom Solution:
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infini-D Zero-Downtime Cloth Disk Filter

The centrepiece of the Nexom solution is the infini-D™ Zero-Downtime Cloth Disk Filter, a revolutionary improvement on the tried-and-true pile cloth disk filter.

Why a disk filter? Disk filters have a small footprint and can be installed into purpose-built or existing steel or concrete tanks.

Cloth disks await installation at an Indiana wastewater treatment facility.

Cloth disks await installation at an Indiana wastewater treatment facility.

Why a pile cloth disk filter? Pile cloth disk filters offer high effluent quality from easy-to-maintain disks. No fixed pore-sizes means the risk of fouling is reduced, and the cloth enables an outside-in flow that permits low-backwash vacuum-based cleaning.

Why the infini-D™ Zero-Downtime Cloth Disk Filter? Our infini-D system includes a patented individual effluent port on each disk, enabling disk effluent to be isolated and each disk to be separately inspected, maintained and/or replaced, all without dewatering and while the rest of the disks remain in operation and the entire system remaining online. This built-in redundancy minimizes downtime and the need for backup filtration systems.