The Ultra-, Tight Ultra-, Micro- and Nanofiltration membranes of X-Flow are used for the (pre)treatment of water. X-Flow membranes are used in the field of ultrafiltration in capillary form, and microfiltration and ultrafiltration in tubular form, which makes selective filtration possible. Our extensive portfolio of membrane products guarantees the right specifications for each application. The X-Flow membrane modules are available for all water areas, from potable water production to the treatment of process and wastewater and the pre-treatment of seawater, but also for the food, beverage and pharmaceutical industries.
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The Aquaflex modules for the treatment of surface water, WWTP effluent and the production of potable water are the ultimate pretreatment technology for downstream RO systems.
The classic tubular modules for the treatment of feed water with high levels of dry substance, high viscosity and a high degree of fouling.
The Compact 27 is a tubular 8 mm ultrafiltration membrane module, used in cross-flow mode to separate water from relatively high solids applications and produce high effluent quality.
The Compact 33 is a tubular 5.2 mm ultrafiltration membrane used in cross-flow mode in MBR’s and other high solids applications, and for separating oil from water in produced water.
The Compact 33V is a tubular 5.2 mm ultrafiltration membrane module for use in AirLift™ MBR process or in cross-flow installations, for separating oil and sludge from water.
The Compact 55G is a tubular UF membrane module and is used for effluent treatment, membrane bioreators and leachate treatment.
The Compact 75G is a tubular UF membrane module and is used for large-scale MBR’s and waste water treatment of reuse projects.
The X-Flow HFS60 is a polymeric ultrafiltration module for the removal of colloidal matter, such as silica, in the treatment of surface water, ground water, and effluent, and pretreatment in demin plants.
The X-Flow HFW1000 hollow fiber nanofiltration membranes provide superior removal of organic matter and color components in the treatment of surface water and WWTP effluent, with a limited reduction of bivalent salts.
X-Flow Medical Water Filters use membrane filtration to reliably provide safe and clean water in shower and faucet applications in medical and public facilities.
The X-Flow R-100 microfiltration module has been the chosen method of filtration for wine, cider and grape juice.
The R-30 membrane modules deliver a superior filtration method in the production of food & beverages, including beer, wine, cider and milk.
The S-14 membrane modules deliver a superior filtration method in the production of food & beverages, including beer, wine, cider and milk.
Seaflex membrane modules are known as the ultimate choice for the pretreatment stage in seawater SWRO systems, and are being applied in seawater desalination systems across the globe.
Applied in large-scale desalination systems, Seaguard UF membranes provide an excellent pretreatment method for SWRO plants with feed water containing suspended solids levels of up to 75 mg/L.
The X-Flow ShowerFilter Deluxe membrane filter provides convenient and reliable protection against waterborne pathogenic bacteria, such as Legionella.
The Xiga ultrafiltration (UF) membrane modules are used for large-scale water treatment. Surface water or well water with suspended solids levels of up to 50 mg/l can be treated to the highest standards.
X-Flow uniquely combines high-quality membrane products with outstanding implementation know-how. Our specialized engineers contribute to the flawless operation of your filtration installations. Their experience makes the difference in terms of quality, safety, efficiency and reliability. We call it the Membrane+ Approach.