North Las Vegas MBR Plant is Protected from Hair and Fiber by Center Feed Drum Screen

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North Las Vegas MBR Plant is Protected from Hair and Fiber by Center Feed Drum Screen

When the city of North Las Vegas, Nevada, built its membrane bioreactor plant, staff chose Huber’s rotary fine screens as part of a new water treatment and reclamation process. The "smart" facility uses advanced technology and incorporates sophisticated security that even includes a laser perimeter. The technology enables 24/7 processing, and the facility operates unmanned for 14 operational hours each day.

Huber’s advanced fine screening technology plays a key role in this impressive and innovative technology lineup.

In this case study, you'll explore why the city chose Huber Technology to supply its fine screens. You'll also get a look at how the plant has been functioning, and learn why the Rotamat RPPS offers a true layer of protection as flow moves through a final chamber and to the membrane area.

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