Ultrafiltration and microfiltration

Ultrafiltration and microfiltration are water treatment processes using capillary or ceramic membranes, mainly intended for the elimination of suspended solids, colloids, viruses, bacteria, oils and fats. The key benefit of both methods is that they provide a consistently high level of water quality on the filtrate side, even in situations where the raw water composition varies significantly

Ultrafiltration and microfiltration Plants

Membrane water treatment systems


Ultrafiltration


Features
  • Ultrafiltration plants for low, medium and high turbidities

  • Turbidities up to 50 NTU

  • Flow rates up to 100 m³/h

  • Feed connection between DN 50 and DN 150

Applications
  • Water treatment

  • Removal of suspended solids, colloids, viruses, bacteria, oils and fats

  • Clarification and sterilization of water, juices, wine, etc.

  • Effluent treatment and water reuse

  • Reverse osmosis pretreatment


Microfiltration


Features
  • Self cleaning cross-flow microfiltration

  • Backpulse and Integrated Ultrasonic

  • Flow rates up to 280 m³/h

  • Feed pressure from 0.5 to 1.5 bar

  • Temperatures up to 85 oC

Applications
  • Providing solids-free water for reverse osmosis

  • Treating flue gas wastewater

  • Cooling water treatment

  • Replacing existing cartridge/bag filters

  • Treating wastewater before discharge

  • Recirculating process water

Specialists in

pumping equipment , water treatment and sewage purification

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