Some commonly used polymers in membrane technology are polysulfone (PSF), polyethersulfone (PES), polyacrilonitrile (PAN), polyamide (PA), polypolyethylene and polypropylene (PE and PP).
The choice for a particular polymer is not trivial. The selection of the right polymeric membrane depends on the application and the chemical resistance level required in your separation process.
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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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