Microfiber Media Improves Tertiary Effluent to Meet Stringent Treatment Requirements

Microfiber Media Improves Tertiary Effluent to Meet Stringent Treatment Requirements
The OptiFiber PES-14 Microfiber from Aqua-Aerobic Systems is especially engineered to remove suspended solids, turbidity and fine particles.

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Aqua-Aerobic Systems has added the OptiFiber PES-14 Microfiber to its family of pile cloth media. The microfiber media is especially engineered to remove suspended solids, turbidity and fine particles. OptiFiber PES-14 Microfiber cloth media is ideal for fine polishing applications, and is proven to reduce total phosphorus to 0.1 mg/L or less. The ability to maintain high filtrate quality provides assurance for meeting even the most stringent effluent requirements. 

The OptiFiber PES-14 Microfiber pile cloth media was recently approved by the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) for use in high-quality wastewater reuse applications. California is well known in the industry for having strict reuse standards. The CDPH approval process requires significant testing in order to prove consistent performance under a variety of conditions. The importance of achieving “Title 22” is not limited to the California market. Many other states, as well as other countries, require suppliers to have CA Title 22 approval. 

OptiFiber PES-14 Microfiber cloth media is designed for use with AquaDisk, Aqua MiniDisk, AquaDrum and AquaDiamond filters for retrofits, or new plant construction. 

For more information, visit www.aqua-aerobic.com. 

About Aqua-Aerobic Systems
Aqua-Aerobic Systems designs and manufactures water and wastewater treatment equipment and systems for both municipal and industrial applications, worldwide. The company’s technical staff and dedicated customer service have provided solutions to thousands of customers since 1969.



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