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NPFC - MIL-PRF-32007

OILY WASTEWATER SEPARATION SYSTEM, 6.7-GALLON PER MINUTE NAVY INTEGRATED MEMBRANE SYSTEM (NIMS)

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Organization: NPFC
Publication Date: 6 March 2003
Status: active
Page Count: 27
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This specification covers a fully automated and self-contained Navy Integrated Membrane System (NIMS) capable of providing treatment of oily wastewater found onboard Naval vessels at a rate of 6.7 gallons per minute (gpm). The effluent of the NIMS will contain to more than 15 parts per million (ppm) oil.

intended Use:

The NIMS described in this specification is intended for use onboard Naval ships to process oily wastewater, to consistently produce an effluent containing no greater than 15-ppm oil content. The... View More

Document History

January 2, 2008
Oily Wastewater Separation System, 6-7-Gallon Per Minute Navy Integrated Membrane System (Nims)
The NIMS described in this specification is intended for use onboard Naval ships to process oily wastewater, to consistently produce an effluent containing no greater than 15-ppm oil content. The...
MIL-PRF-32007
March 6, 2003
OILY WASTEWATER SEPARATION SYSTEM, 6.7-GALLON PER MINUTE NAVY INTEGRATED MEMBRANE SYSTEM (NIMS)
The NIMS described in this specification is intended for use onboard Naval ships to process oily wastewater, to consistently produce an effluent containing no greater than 15-ppm oil content. The...

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