outside-in hollow fiber News

  • PermSelect® Silicone Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors available

    MedArray, a specialty membrane and device manufacturer, is pleased to announce the availability of its PermSelect® Silicone Hollow Fiber Membrane Contactors.MedArray’s technology makes available for the first time the benefits of silicone in hollow fiber format. Using a patented “lost core” forming process, the company creates self-supporting PDMS silicone hollow fibers with an outside diameter ...


    By PermSelect

  • Membrana Introduces World’s Largest Membrane Degasser in the NEW 14 x 40-inch Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactor

    Membrana-Charlotte, a leading membrane and degassing device manufacturer, is pleased to introduce the New 14 x 40 Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactor to its product family. The introduction of this deaeration product extends the Liqui-Cel® product line’s capacity from 400 gpm to 550 gpm (125 m3) in a single device. This represents a >30%increase in capacity and makes the 14 x 40 the ...

  • New submerged membrane-module from MICRODYN-NADIR

    MICRODYN-NADIR has developed a new membrane-module for submerged water treatment systems. The new BIO-CEL® module is a membrane bioreactor (MBR) designed specifically for wastewater treatment.  MBR wastewater treatment systems are now becoming standard in many industries and in the treatment of municipal wastewater because of the high quality effluent and small footprint. The BIO-CEL® ...


    By MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH

  • Liqui-Flux® Pressure Driven Ultrafiltration Module From Membrana

    Membrana, a long time leader in membrane and module technologies has developed a new innovative 12-inch ultrafiltration membrane module. It will be on display at ACHEMA 2006 in Frankfurt Germany (Hall 9.1 at booths M18-M20).   The Liqui-Flux® ultrafiltration module incorporates a hydrophilic Polyethersulfone (PES) hollow fiber membrane with an inner diameter of 0.8 mm and a MWCO of 80 ...

  • Shell creates water purification system for rural communities

    Many Shell operations in rural areas have no safe drinking water sources nearby. So Shell sought a water purification unit that would provide safe water, be vandalism proof and be essentially maintenance-free, with low-skilled operators able to carry out the limited maintenance tasks necessary. Shell developed and installed a pilot unit for the production of freshwater from a contaminated source ...

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