Microbiological growth is a common foulant in reverse osmosis systems. Monitoring for signs of biofouling, therefore, is critical for efficient system operation.
A webinar presented by ChemTreat on May 12 will discuss key parameters for detecting biofouling and mitigation strategies. According to the company, participants will learn how to recognize biofouling, how to extend the cleaning frequency when microbiological activity is high, and how to target biofouling when cleaning with specific chemistries.
The company also plans to hold webinars on best practices for RO clean-in-place practices and Legionella testing methods in May.
Learn more on the company’s website.