Procter & Gamble Selects World Water Works to Supply Dissolved Air Flotation Systems
World Water Works will supply two 4,700-gpm systems
Procter & Gamble (P&G) has recently awarded World Water Works, Inc., Oklahoma City, Okla., a contract to supply two www/Resource RSP-13L dissolved air flotation (DAF) systems, rated at 4,700 gal per minute each. These units themselves will be constructed of polypropylene using World Water Works, Inc. proprietary welding technology. The Resource systems also feature the Nikuni dissolved air technology. P&G and others have used the Nikuni technology to upgrade existing DAFs to improve performance and reduce energy consumption. These systems will be delivered in July 2008.
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