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Process Separation


From antibiotics to syrups and more, the pharmaceutical industry is currently using special separations that combine different processes.

By listening to Customers' needs MEMBRANE has developed custom processes that employ more technologies at the same time (i.e. RO, NF, MF, UF, EDI, IX and more) to yield the desired separation at the requested efficiency.


Whether your product is a sophisticated organic molecule thermally unstable or an inorganic compound, we have the effective solution for your needs, respectful of your product's unique features.

In the ever-changing scenario of pharmaceutical product separation, pilot testing is performed before setting up the production process.  MEMBRANE has the ability and the units to assist our Customers even with pilot units to help them fine tune the process, and then design and build the full scale units.


Units comply with USP and cGMP and yield smooth performance over time.

Among the most important features:

- Full SS316L (mirror polished or satin Ra<0.5) piping and manufacturing;

- IQ, OQ, PQ procedures and documentation;

- Softening pretreatment section;

- UV post-treatment with certified recycle loop;

- sanitization system;


Flowrates range depending on the process, from a few m3/h to more than 50 m3/h.


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.


Standard Rules and Certifications.

All our process separtion units are designed according to USP, cGMP, CE, ASME, ANSI, UNI standards whichever applicable.

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

Pressure vessels are SS316L mirror polished or GRP (if requested) designed and tested according with ASME VIII, ASME X, and PED (optionally).


Application fields.

Systems are installed in pharmaceutical industries.