SEM DRAM Filtration

A revolutionary solution, DRAM combines microbial action with various forms of sorption. It has been proven to remove an array of contaminants including organic, inorganic and biological compounds.

How it works?

It’s flexible. The DRAM treatment system is bespoke and can be operated in conjunction with pre-existing infrastructure, other filtration systems or as a stand-alone unit, providing maximum efficiency at high throughput levels.

It’s sustainable. DRAM normally operates passively, resulting in minimal power usage and low operating costs and carbon emissions. The active agents, the filter media are organic and manufactured using co-products from other industries.

DRAM is effectively a natural media filter that removes heavy metal contaminants from water, ensuring wastewater meets regulations to minimise human and environmental exposure to hazardous contaminants.

The SEM DRAM Filtration unit is designed to clean and condition water which has been used in industrial processes, from vessel ballast and harbour operations water, to industrial unit wastewater and wash-down water.

Benefits

  • A bespoke system, it can work in conjunction with pre-existing infrastructure, other filtration systems or as a stand-alone unit.
  • Passive operation requires minimal power usage – low operating costs and carbon emissions.
  • Active agents are manufactured using co-products from other industries – very light carbon footprint.
  • Modular units mean scalable installations.
  • Supports you to meet wastewater regulations to minimise human and environmental exposure to hazardous contaminants.

Depending on the nature of your specific challenge, DRAM can also work in partnership with supplementary technologies and solutions, such as ozone and UV, as part of a ‘treatment train’ to aid further filtration and remediation.

Applicable markets

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