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Microfiltration

Overview.

By employing extensive experience in over 1300 separation units installed, MEMBRANE is highly skilled in designing and manufacturing membrane-based units for chemical recovery.

 

Applications include separation of hazardous species, organics, suspended solids, and more.

These special units typically deal with unique fluids whose properties are little known. Our engineering support starts with pilot tests that pre-define the full-scale microfiltration application.

 

A wide range of pre-treatments among which filtration, chemical dosing, oil separations, etc are consolidated technologies MEMBRANE has already installed at satisfied customers' sites.

 

Any flow rate can be achieved with modular packages.

 

Special features.

The iPRO © Option.  All units can be remotely controlled by Membrane on Customer's request, or even directly by Customer via a simplified interface installed by Membrane on Customer's DCS or Control Room.

The iCon © Option. A special instrument capable of measuring the individual membrane performance. This unique, patented, feature allows for optimal maintenance over time of the membrane elements, and offers full guarantee, by analyzing the single element's operating status at the sampling rate of 1Hz. OEM warranty is fully covered when this option is installed, thus protecting the capital invested in the RO membranes.

 

Standard Rules and Certifications.

All our Microfiltration units  are designed according to CE, ASME, ANSI, UNI standards whichever applicable.

Electrical and Instrumentation components may be for safe area or ATEX compliant.

Pressure vessels are designed and tested according with ASME VIII, ASME X, and PED.

 

Application fields.

Environmental applications, industries, electronic industries, food industry, RO and NF pretreatment.