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NAVY - MIL-PRF-32041A

ULTRAFILTRATION SYSTEM, 50-GALLON PER MINUTE OILY WASTE MEMBRANE (OWMS-50)

inactive
Organization: NAVY
Publication Date: 27 September 2004
Status: inactive
Page Count: 22
scope:

This specification covers a fully automated and self-contained oily waste membrane system (OWMS) capable of providing secondary treatment of the effluent (see 6.7.4) from 50-gallon per minute (gpm) oil/water separators (OWS) (see 6.7.9) in Naval shipboard installations. The effluent will contain no more that 15 parts per million (ppm) oil.

intended Use:

The OWMS-50 described in this specification is intended for use onboard Naval ships to process effluent from an OWS, to consistently produce an effluent containing no greater than 15-ppm oil... View More

Document History

October 23, 2006
ULTRAFILTRATION SYSTEM, 50-GALLON PER MINUTE OILY WASTE MEMBRANE (OWMS-50)
This specification covers a fully automated and self-contained oily waste membrane system (OWMS) capable of providing secondary treatment of the effluent (see 6.7.4) from 50-gallon per minute (gpm)...
MIL-PRF-32041A
September 27, 2004
ULTRAFILTRATION SYSTEM, 50-GALLON PER MINUTE OILY WASTE MEMBRANE (OWMS-50)
This specification covers a fully automated and self-contained oily waste membrane system (OWMS) capable of providing secondary treatment of the effluent (see 6.7.4) from 50-gallon per minute (gpm)...
March 6, 2003
ULTRAFILTRATION SYSTEM, 50-GALLON PER MINUTE OILY WASTE MEMBRANE (OWMS-50)
This specification covers a fully automated and self-contained oily waste membrane system (OWMS) capable of providing secondary treatment of the effluent (see 6.7.4) from 50-gallon per minute (gpm)...

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