Membrane Technology

Membrane Technology

A membrane is defined as a selective barrier between two fluid phases. The machine that is  exhibited is capable of producing hollow fibre membrane that can be used in microfiltration, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, gas separation and pervaporation processes. The driving force for transport   across the  membrane  is  the chemical  potential  gradient  and  the  physical  structure  of  the  membrane determines the flux and selectivity. The effectiveness of any membrane process is describes in terms   of the flux and selectivity.

Benefits of Ultrafiltration Hollow Fiber Membranes (inside to outside permeate flow direction)
  • Lower energy consumption.
  • Reduces capital investment up to 50%.
  • Reduces operating cost up to 60%.
  • The system is modular and compact.
  • The system offers environment-friendly operation.
  • The system is shop fabricated and skid-mounted.
  • No additional waste products.

The membrane is capable of:
  • Enhancing selectivity up to 300%,
  • Achieving 0.1 – 0.3mm active skin layer,
  • Rejection coefficient > 90%, hence helping to minimize global warming problems.
Others Application:
  • Oxygen-Enriched Air.
  • CO2 Removal from Natural Gas Stream.
  • Nitrogen Production From Air.
  • Hydrogen Recovery.
  • Water Desalination & Purification.
  • Waste Water Treatment.
  • Production of Ultra Pure Drinking Water.
  • Application in Biotechnology .

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