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Ultrafiltration Applications

  • Advanced Ultrafiltration Modules

    The Q-SEP Ultrafiltration membranes incorporate high-strength, hollow fibers that deliver superior performance without the risk of fiber breaks. They are made from a hydrophilic polyether sulfone material with excellent low fouling characteristics. These hollow fiber membranes operate under a pressurized inside-out flow configuration for superior performance. These hollow fiber UF membranes offer reliable removal of turbidity, microorganisms & viruses. Turbidity can be reduced to less than 0.05 NTU. Typically,...

    By QUA Group LLC based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Q-Sep - Advanced Ultrafiltration Modules

    The Q-SEP Ultrafiltration membranes incorporate high-strength, hollow fibers that deliver superior performance without the risk of fiber breaks. They are made from a hydrophilic polyether sulfone material with excellent low fouling characteristics. These hollow fiber membranes operate under a pressurized inside-out flow configuration for superior performance. These hollow fiber UF membranes offer reliable removal of turbidity, microorganisms & viruses. Turbidity can be reduced to less than 0.05 NTU. Typically,...

    By QUA Group LLC based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • QUA - Industrial Water Filtration

    QUA® is an innovator of advanced membrane technologies that address the most demanding water challenges. QUA’s products enable its OEM partners to provide cutting-edge solutions to end users in industrial & infrastructure markets worldwide. The company’s diverse product portfolio includes FEDI® (fractional electrodeionization), Q-SEP® (hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes), CeraQ™ (Ceramic Filters), and EnviQ™ (flat sheet submerged ultrafiltration membranes). Our filtration products help you improve your...

    By QUA Group LLC based in Canonsburg, PENNSYLVANIA (USA).

  • Effluent filtration in textile industry

    To separate solids from liquids, nonwoven or woven fabrics out of animal or vegetable fibers are used, and synthetic fibers are now in use since several decades. In cross-flow filtration the filtrate is recuperated transversely to flow direction through a porous wall layer. In classic filtration, a filter cake is built up on filter surface and this cake reduce the flow of filtrate which will depend of the cake permeability. Often it needs such a cake structure build-up in order to obtain a clear filtrate. The...

    By Bucher Unipektin AG based in Niederweningen, SWITZERLAND.

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