ultra-filtration membrane / PVC
PureQ® has a pore size of 0,01 μm and is widely used to separate bacteria and viruses or to reject colloid and suspended particulates from surface water and seawater. PureQ® can also be applied as pre-treatment for RO, industrial re-use and industrial wastewater treatment. PureQ® is manufactured from improved PVC, which is hydrophilic, pollution-proof, acid- and alcohol-resistant and free of dirt block. PureQ® membranes achieve high water productivity under low pressure, thus greatly reducing operating costs. Evenly distributed apertures lend the PureQ® its high precision. PureQ® is high-flux, has a sustained stability and a strong anti-pollution capability. PureQ® is sustainable in a 200 p.p.m. residual chlorine environment for a short period.
WaterQ PureQ® membranes have been successfully employed to remove aerosols, colloids and microbes from water. Under particular water pressure, water and other small molecules permeate the ultrafiltration membrane, while aerosol, colloid, and animalcule particles are blocked on the inner surface of the membrane. The tiny aperture in the UF membrane fiber is so small that suspended particles, colloids, bacteria and macromolecular organisms cannot get through.