Depending on the requirements of each particular application, atech innovations offers a wide range of different membrane designs. The standard range includes single-channel and multi-channel membranes with various channel diameters suitable for ultrafiltration (starting at 5 kD) and microfiltration (up to 1.2 µm).
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 ...
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 ...
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.
The GEA Filtration Model G membrane filtration pilot plant is a pilot-scale plant designed specifically for application development utilizing specialized tubular microfiltration membranes cast on a microporous, sintered stainless steel support structure.
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).
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.
The robust filter design of this system is well-suited for multiple microfiltration and ultrafiltration applications. Available membrane pore sizes are 0.5 µm, 0.2 µm, 0.01 µm, and 0.005 µm. Other features and benefits include a compact design, high and sustainable flux rates, and high surface area to unit volume.
Membrane Filtration: Membrane filtration is a pressure driven process that uses a semi-permeable (porous) membrane to separate particulate matter from soluble components in the carrier fluid such as water.
The GEA Filtration Model M pilot plant is a laboratory-scale test plant designed for feasibility testing of cross-flow membrane filtration applications in the Micro Filtration (MF), Ultra Filtration (UF), Nano Filtration (NF) ranges. The unit can be set up for evaluation of a variety of membrane formats including spiral-wound, ceramic, stainless ...