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Wednesday, November 13 • 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Session A - Spiral Heat Exchange an Effective Tool to Reduce Energy Consumption for WWTP

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The majority of today’s wastewater treatment plants utilize anaerobic digestion techniques for biological stabilization of municipal sewage sludge. These plants which today are an integral part of any community are tremendous consumers of energy With energy costs constantly on the rise and consumption closely monitored, existing plants, some of them retrofitted, and new plants alike are installing plate and spiral heat exchangers in an effort to reduce energy consumption, and so improve operating efficiencies.

Each type, however, is considered for very different reasons. Plate heat exchangers may be selected for their high thermal efficiency and minimum capital investment. Spiral heat exchangers, on the other hand, are turned to for their ability to effectively handle fluids containing solids and fibers, similar to those encountered in wastewater treatment plants.


Speakers
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Rana Elbittibssi

Branch Manager, Xylem
A professional engineer hold bachelor and master degree in mechanical engineering from Concordia University Montreal, Quebec. Running a Xylem Edmonton location as a branch manager, that cover Northern Alberta, NWT & NU regions. I do have more than 20 years of experience in pumps... Read More →


Wednesday November 13, 2019 4:00pm - 4:30pm
Double Tree by Hilton 16615 109th Avenue North West, Edmonton, Alberta,