Flow rate: 5,000 l/h - 50,000 l/h
Microfiltration is based on a membrane with a very open structure allowing most dissolved substances to pass whereas non dissolved particles, bacteria, spores and fat globules are rejected. Depending on the specific ...
We supply plants for micro filtration, reverse osmosis, ultrafiltration or nanofiltration in a compact design for low throughput volumes. We customise the plant exactly to your requirements, ensuring that the water quality you need is ...
... including the control system. The ready-to-use modules can be combined in a flexible way and expanded. EnviModul Envopur® units can be supplied as a component of a multi-step water treatment or wastewater treatment, ...
Filtration size: 0.01 µm
Flow rate: 100 m³/h - 1,810 m³/h
... All about Microfiltration Membranes A wide range of end-users are now using the microfiltration membranes for manifold sets of uses. Unlike several other kinds of equipment for treating water and waste-water, ...
Filtration size: 0.8 µm - 14 µm
Thanks to decades of experience and continuous collaboration with our customers, we purpose Microfiltration process for water treatment of general industrial use and specifically for the dairy industry. This process may ...
Filtration size: 0.1 µm
X-Flow’s R-100 capillary microfiltration membranes are the number one choice for the filtration of still and sparkling wines, must, and juices. Due to the great improvements in product quality and taste, production costs, ...
Quaternary Treatment for the Removal of Micropollutants The HUBER Active Carbon Filter CONTIFLOW® GAK removes micropollutants from the wastewater flow. The system uses granulated active carbon and is installed downstream of the secondary ...
Filtration size: 0.02 µm - 10 µm
... for wastewater plants that require optimum performance and flexibility at the lowest cost of ownership. Compared to multiple unit processes and membrane bioreactor (MBRs), the AquaMB Process offers numerous advantages ...
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