microfiltration Equipment in Arkansas

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Model 2 Inch - Sanitary Microfiltration Elements

by Synder Filtration     based in Vacaville, CALIFORNIA (USA)

Synder Filtration's 2' sanitary microfiltration elements are ideal where 800KD to .2µ membrane pore sizes are required for pilot studies and other low volume operations. With large inventories of these elements stored strategically around the globe, common models are available with same-day shipping.

TriSep - Model UE50 - Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Membrane

by TriSep Corporation     based in Goleta, CALIFORNIA (USA)

UE50 membrane is a polyethersulfone ultrafiltration membrane with a molecular weight cut-off of 100,000 Daltons. UE50 rejects 90% of 100,000 molecular weight dextran. UE50 membrane is used for applications to remove macromolecules or to concentrate large organic solutes.

TriSep - Model TM10 - Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) Microfiltration Membrane

by TriSep Corporation     based in Goleta, CALIFORNIA (USA)

TM10 membrane is a polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) microfiltration membrane with a pore size of 0.2 micron. TM10 is a high flux membrane used to remove macromolecules and is typically used to concentrate large organic solutes.

TriSep - Model UE10 - Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Membrane

by TriSep Corporation     based in Goleta, CALIFORNIA (USA)

UE10 membrane is a polyethersulfone ultrafiltration membrane with a molecular weight cut-off of 10,000 Daltons. This membrane rejects 95% of cytochrome c, an amino acid with a 12,000 molecular weight. UE10 is used in water purification applications such as dialysate water purification and beverage water make-up, as well as process applications ...

TriSep - Model UF10 - Polyethersulfone Ultrafiltration Membrane

by TriSep Corporation     based in Goleta, CALIFORNIA (USA)

UF10 is a new 10K molecular weight cut off (MWCO) polyethersulfone ultrafiltration membrane developed for use in food, dairy, and process applications. Combined with TriSep's sanitary TurboClean outer shell these membranes are ideal for milk and whey protein concentration.

TriSep - Model UA60 - Piperazine-Based Thin-Film Composite Membrane

by TriSep Corporation     based in Goleta, CALIFORNIA (USA)

TriSep UA60 Membrane is a piperazine-based thin-film composite membrane that is considered both a “tight” UF membrane as well as an “open” or “loose” NF membrane. UA60 has limited monovalent salt pore size and MgSO4 pore size between 70-90%. UA60 has a molecular weight cut-off between 1,000-3,500 Daltons. Due to ...

Lama - Microfiltration Inox.

by Lama Sistemas de Filtrado     based in La Puebla del Río, SPAIN

Microfiltration is a very efficient technology for solids separation and recovery of products in all kinds of liquids. Microfiltration has a retention grade smaller than a conventional filter, the cartridges used for microfiltration have pore size of 0.1-20 microns. By having a porosity so small, these filters have the additional advantage of ...

HYDRAcap - Model MAX - Superior Microfiltration

by HYDRANAUTICS A Nitto Denko Company     based in Oceanside, CALIFORNIA (USA)

HYDRAcap MAX is used to treat a wide range of highly variable waters as either primary treatment or as pretreatment to reverse osmosis (RO) and nanofiltration (NF). Compared to conventional pretreatment, the HYDRAcap MAX offers the combined benefits of high recovery and low footprint requirement due to its optimized membrane area and novel ...

Microfiltration Membranes

by Esmil Process Systems Ltd     based in High Wycombe, UNITED KINGDOM

Microfiltration (MF) is a process which removes contaminants from a liquid by passage through a microporous membrane, physically excluding particulate matter. A typical MF membrane pore size range is 0.1 to 10 µm.

WWE - Microfiltration Systems

by Water & Wastewater Equipment Company     based in Solon, OHIO (USA)

Our tubular crossflow microfiltration membrane systems are designed to remove selected inorganic, organic, or heavy metal contaminants to meet the regulatory compliance and/or water recycle objectives. They provide nominal 0.2 micron filtration, require no polymer addition, and typically require less operator attention than clarification systems. ...

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