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Characterisation of treatment level necessary to reduce distribution system problems

University of South Australia
AsPr Mary Drikas (Principal investigator) Dr Lionel Ho (Enriched by) Mr Kalan Braun (Associated with) Mr Rolando Fabris (Associated with)
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Mary.Drikas@sawater.com.au

Brief description

Grab sample monitoring data for the 4 treatment systems (S1 Conventional coagulation; S2 Magnetic Ion-exchange (MIEX) and coagulation; S3 MIEX with coagulation plus granular activated carbon filters; and S4 Nanofiltration with microfiltration pre-treatment) and associated pilot distribution system inlets (sp1-sampling point 1) and outlets (sp5-sampling point 5).

The data presented is the result of a pilot scale based investigation using natural source water and does not reflect the water quality of product water from a full-scale drinking water treatment plant.

This collection was created and supplied by SA Water. The collection is owned by SA Water but has been provided to the University of South Australia for inclusion in UniSA's Water Quality collection.

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The following instruments/equipment were used to generate or capture the data:
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Thermo Evolution 30 UV/Vis Spectrophotometer HACH 2100AN Turbidimeter WTW 330i pH meter WTW Conductivity meter Standard Methods for Water and Wastewater 4500-Cl Flow Cytometer Sievers 900 TOC analyser Thermo Evolution 30 UV/Vis Spectrophotometer Inductively Coupled Plasma - Mass Spectrometry (ICP-MS)

Data time period: 02 11 2009 to 30 04 2015

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139.04884,-34.773285

139.04884,-34.773285

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  • Local : http://research.unisa.edu.au/collection/46004