membrane filtration Equipment in Papua New Guinea

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atech - Ceramic Membrane Filtration

by atech innovations gmbh     based in Gladbeck, GERMANY

atech innovations is specialized in ceramic membrane filtration products for the food, chemical and environmental industries. We are one of the world's market leaders and supply top quality products at competitive prices. Over 5,000 installations worldwide successfully use the ceramic filtration membranes of atech innovations, offering ...

atech - Porous Ceramic Membrane

by atech innovations gmbh     based in Gladbeck, GERMANY

atech innovations is supplier of porous ceramic membrane products worldwide, offering competitive prices. The porous supports are produced under extremely high temperatures (up to 1,800°C) as to assure

Aslan - Integrated Reverse Osmosis System

by Aslan Technologies     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

As a reverse osmosis manufacturer and installer, Aslan has made dozens of integrated RO system skids to suit a wide variety of filtration requirements. Even with membranes solely intended for working with water, it is necessary to consider exactly what needs to be filtered out and match the correct membrane material to suit the purpose. Incorrect ...

Aslan - Water Chlorination for Membrane Filtration

by Aslan Technologies     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Water Chlorination is used because Chlorine is an excellent disinfectant. Before it's use, Cholera, Typhoid and a host of other bacteria could be transmitted through drinking water. Water chlorination is normally performed by metering a controlled amount of sodium hypochlorite into piping. Sodium hypochlorite is more commonly known as bleach. ...

Aslan - UV Water Filter Skids System

by Aslan Technologies     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

UV Water filter skids provide an alternative to chemical disinfection that is easy to operate and relatively inexpensive. UV water filter sterilizers are available in sizes as small a pocket models that hikers can use to sterilize drinking water while they are out in the bush, to huge institutional modules that can handle the treatment of drinking ...

Aslan - Ultrafiltration Systems

by Aslan Technologies     based in Burlington, ONTARIO (CANADA)

Ultrafiltration systems are used to remove very small particles. In essence an ultrafiltration membrane is just like a human kidney. It filters out small pathogens that would otherwise make us very unhealthy. The kidney analogy is very appropiate, becuse medical ultrafiltration is being used more often as a less time consuming method to perform ...

GVS - Cellulose Acetate Filtration Membrane

by GVS Filter Technology Inc     based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA)

GVS Cellulose Acetate (CA) Filtration Membrane is a supported, hydrophilic membrane that is naturally low binding. It is ideal for use in filtration applications where maximal recovery of protein is critical.

AltaFilter - Ultrafiltration Membrane System

by WesTech Engineering, Inc.     based in Salt Lake City, UTAH (USA)

The AltaFilter Ultrafiltration Membrane System, featuring the Polymem Ultrafiltration Module, is an advanced filtration process used by municipalities and industries alike to produce high quality drinking and process water.


Superior Membrane Filtration Systems

by GEA Filtration     based in Hudson, WISCONSIN (USA)

GEA Filtration custom designs membrane filtration systems that best utilize the technologies of microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, or reverse osmosis for each customer's specific application. GEA Filtration is a world leader in the design, engineering, production, installation, support, and testing of large filtration systems for ...

ProMinent - Nanofiltration Systems

by ProMinent Group - ProMinent GmbH     based in Heidelberg, GERMANY

Nanofiltration is based on the same principle as reverse osmosis. The difference: the separation line is slightly lower. Ions solved into the water are less filtered than with reverse osmosis. This saves operation costs. Typical salt rejection rates are at ca. 80 – 85%. Here, polyvalent ions (e.g. Ca, Mg) are kept back better than univalent ...

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