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In wastewater treatment applications, the DO concentration is often measured within the slimy sludge layer. Therefore, the membrane surface must be kept clean. Keeping the membrane surface clean is achieved partly by coating the membrane with a growth-inhibiting chemical, toxic to bacteria, and partly by attaching a vibratory paddle-cleaner, which cleans the membrane by back-and-forth motion close to the surface (see Figure 7.8.6).
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