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Port Huron, MI Opts for PTFE

By: Tom Frankel
Post Date: octubre 26th 2009

Post Tags: epdm, ptfe, ssi, michigan, port huraon, wwtp,

J.F. Cavanaugh has awarded The City of Port Huron, Michigan WWTP project to SSI in conjunction with Tetra-Tech Engineers. Originally designed as an EPDM fine bubble disc system, it has been upgraded to include SSI’s patent-pending PTFE coated EPDM membranes, which have shown exceptional life and efficiency over time in other WWTP’s.


The project includes 7000 pcs of SSI AFD270-PTFE. A determining factor for the City to go with PTFE was the fact that these tanks are covered, and as such it is considered a confined space environment. Access to the tanks is limited, as well.

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