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Ultrafiltration is classified as a low-pressure membrane technology which effectively removes particulate matter and microorganisms and to a certain extent dissolved organic matter (15-25%) and… (More)
Abstract The combination of ultrafiltration and activated carbon adsorption is an attractive alternative for removal of organic xenobiotics from water even in comparison with GAC fixed bed adsorbers.… (More)
In many drinking water treatment facilities with an activated carbon (AC) purification step, polar and hydrophilic molecules are substances of concern. Many of the current test methods for AC do not… (More)
In an indoor pool with a conventional rapid filter plant for pool water treatment two ultrafiltration pilot plants were operated in dead end mode for three month. The aim of the investigations was to… (More)
Results from a lab-scale investigation of a hybrid in/out ultrafiltration and powdered activated carbon adsorption PAC/UF for removal of diclofenac (c0 = 5 mg/L) are presented. The efficiency of the… (More)