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Main Title Closed Cycle Textile Dyeing: Extended Evaluation of Full-Scale Hyperfiltration Demonstration.
Author Brandon, C. A. ;
CORP Author La France Industries, SC. ;Carre, Inc., Seneca, SC.;Industrial Environmental Research Lab., Research Triangle Park, NC.
Year Published 1984
Report Number EPA/600/2-84/147;
Stock Number PB85-106797
Additional Subjects Textile industry ; Dyeing ; Materials recovery ; Membranes ; Industrial wastes ; Recirculation ; Water pollution control ; Performance evaluation ; Pilot plants ; Design criteria ; Feasibility ; Hyperfiltration ; Waste recycling ; Liquid wastes ; Energy conservation
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NTIS  PB85-106797 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 57p
Abstract
The report describes the hyperfiltration (HF) system, gives data from several chemical recycle tests, and discusses HF as a dye recovery technique. The configuration of the HF system is set aside for possible future use when economic and regulatory requirements change. In this off-line configuration, privately funded studies of reuse and membrane performance are continuing. HF is a membrane separation technique that has been used successfully to desalinate natural water. Because energy, process chemicals, and water are discharged from industrial processes in large quantities, recycle has been studied in a series of government sponsored research projects. Research results led to the current project of joining a full-scale HF system (with operating dye range) to an integrated production unit. The dye range is a multipurpose unit with a variety of effluents from the preparation and dyeing of a variety of textile fabrics. High temperature membranes of hydrous zirconium oxide and polyacrylic acid dynamically formed on porous, sintered, stainless-steel tubular supports were installed as a demonstration unit. Over 2 million m of fabric was produced with recycled water. Two 4000-m lots of fabric were produced with the recycled chemical concentrate. The demonstration project was extended to further study and develop the recycle of the chemical concentrate.