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“Based on the proposals, life-cycle costs at two projected water demand growth rates were estimated including initial purchase and installation, energy and bulb replacement.
Other key selection considerations included: UV system controls and software; ability to fit within the limited existing, available WTP space; ease of system calibration; type of bulb cleaning system; system head loss; technical support availability; and operator requirements.
…The Town selected the Atlantium system. Their system is more compact given the WTP space constraints; offers the greater reliability of a dual-train configuration; an ultrasonic cleaning system rather than a mechanical wiper system; and the possibility that a medium-pressure system is more effective for virus inactivation than the low-pressure systems …”
Excerpt from ACE 2014 poster session “Controlling Disinfection Byproducts in a Slow Sand Filtration Plant” by Mr. David F. Edson, P.E., Sr. VP, Hoyle, Tanner & Associates, Inc., Consulting Engineers for the Town of Hillsborough.