Nitrification Occurrence and Control in Chloraminated Water Systems - 710
Completion Year Research Value Research Manager Principal Investigator Contractor
1995 $215,000.00 Richard J Karlin Gregory Kirmeyer HDR, Inc.
Identifies the extent and causes of nitrification in utilities currently using chloramines as a disinfectant. Also identifies waters prone to nitrification problems, and the operational, chemical, and microbiological parameters that lead to an occurrence. Determines the impacts of chloramine chemistry, temperature, pH, and detention time on nitrification and develops a protocol to predict a nitrification occurrence. Published in 1995.

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Nitrification Occurrence and Control in Chloraminated Water Systems9066911/1/1995