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QUA - Model CeraQ - Ceramic Filter Modules

by QUA Group LLC     based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA)

CeraQ ceramic filter membranes offer superior performance in challenging oil removal applications and are ideal for wastewater recycle / reuse applications in a wide range of industries such as upstream oil & gas, petrochemicals, refinery, food & beverage, and textiles. Each CeraQ module is available in four different pore sizes: 0.4, ...

MICRODYN - Tubular and Capillary Modules

by MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH     based in Wiesbaden, GERMANY

MICRODYN filter modules have been developed for crossflow microfiltration. This type of cross-flow microfiltration represents a modern filtration method for the separation of suspended particles or emulsified liquids.

Kleansep - Tubular Ceramic Membranes Module

by Orelis Environnement SAS     based in Salindres, FRANCE

The housings or modules KLEANSEP consist of tubular ceramic membranes and are available in six versions may contain from 1 to 138 membranes. The modules are composed of membranes Kleansep assembled within a casing of stainless steel 316L. The tightness of the membranes in the module is ensured by gaskets available in various polymers (see table ...

GEA Filtration - Model C - Membrane Filtration Pilot Plant

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

The Model C membrane filtration pilot plant is a flexible unit for testing ceramic membranes on low pressure Membrane Filtration and Ultra Filtration applications. Model C pilot plants can be configured to run higher pressure Ultra Filtration/Nano Filtration applications as well as other tubular membranes (inorganic or polymeric).

GEA Filtration - Model T - Membrane Filtration Pilot Plant

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

The GEA Filtration Model T pilot plant is a pilot-scale plant designed for application development of ceramic microfiltration and ultrafiltration. The unit can be configured for evaluation of separation characteristics of up to three different membrane porosities in parallel or it may be used to optimize process parameters once a particular ...

GEA Filtration - Model R - Membrane Filtration Pilot Plant

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

The Model R membrane filtration pilot plant is a flexible unit to perform pilot studies on the full range of membrane filtration technologies (Membrane Filtration, Ultra Filtration, Nano Filtration and Reverse Osmosis) under a wide range of operating conditions.

GEA Filtration - Model U - Membrane Filtration Pilot Plant

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

The Model U membrane filtration pilot plant is a flexible unit to perform pilot studies on the full range of membrane filtration technologies (Membrane Filtration, Ultra Filtration, Nano Filtration and Reverse Osmosis) under a wide range of operating conditions.

GEA Filtration - Model M Pharma - Membrane Filtration Plant

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

The Model M Pharma membrane filtration plant is a highly flexible laboratory scale system for pharmaceutical and biotechnology cGMP processing and application development.

Isoflux - Tubular Ceramic Membranes

by Tami Industries     based in Nyons, FRANCE

Tubular ceramic membranes entirely made for food processing & bio-industries.The ISOFLUX™ membrane improves performances of existing separations and allows separations which were difficult or impossible to make before.

Filtanium - Tubular Ceramic Membranes

by Tami Industries     based in Nyons, FRANCE

Tubular ceramic membranes ø 10 entirely made of high purity materials. Two geometries are available, correspond to user's needs. These ceramic membranes allow all operations of separation in Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration and Fine Ultrafiltration. The permeate flux performances, their low hold-up volumes and reduced energy consumption ...

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