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We also have our lab that can perform  Filamentous identification lab analyses of your own MLSS for more information

 

Type 0803

This filament is very rare. Don't get overly technical.  When trying to determine species, stick to the basics, and focus on the causes and controls of the filaments present. The main point of any filamentous identification is not to get a PhD, but to fix your plant!

 

Identification

Relatively small, non-motile filaments (0.8 x 50-150 µm).  Straight or smoothly curved filaments with no branching.  Cells are rectangular (0.8 x 1.5-2.0 µm) and are easy to see.  No sheath, no constrictions at the septa.  Cells walls are present but difficult to see.    Filaments are found extending from the floc structure and free in the bulk solution. No sulfur granules. Usually easy to identify due to its arrangement of “cables”  and lack of any other distinguishing features. No attached growth. The filament staining is Gram negative and Neisser negative.

    

Similar Organisms:

Types 1851 is similar although it occurs in bundles and usually has alternating attached growth.  Type 0914 is similar although it may contain sulfur granules and the cells are square and the filament is Gram positive.

Environment

This filament is usually found in environments where there low F/M (0.02-0.2) with low organic concentrations.

 

Control:

F/M can be changed by increased sludge wasting or changing from complete mix to plug flow.  RAS chlorination should be definitely used if in the rapid growth phase.

 

Rank:

0803 ranks 11th in number of predominance.

 

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