Membrane separation is achieved by a thin film that, based on particle size, allows the passage of some substances while preventing the passage of others. The markets for membrane separation technology are diverse and range from medical devices to municipal wastewater treatment or processes in the chemical industry.
Membrane separation technology has created a new interdisciplinary area in science and engineering. Many fields of expertise connect here, including chemistry, chemical engineering, material science, process engineering, environmental science, ecology, and economics.
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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 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.
The Pentair X-Flow R100 microfiltration Membrane Element has been the chosen method of filtration for wines, wine must, juices, milk, vinegar and beer.
The R30 membrane modules deliver a superior filtration method in the production of food & beverages, including beer, wine, cider and milk.
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