Technology

Ultrafiltration is a pressure-driven purification process in which water and low molecular weight substances permeate a membrane while emulsified oils, metal hydroxides, colloids, emulsions, dispersed material, suspended solids, and other large molecular weight materials from water and other solutions are filtered. UF membranes are characterized by their molecular weight cut-off(MWCO). UF application at the filtration and clarification of solutions containing suspended solids, bacteria, and high concentrations of macromolecules, including drinking water treatment, municipal and industrial water and wastewater treatment.  such as..

Sewage Treatment & recycle for all locations.        Chemical wastewater Treatment & recycle;

Municipal wastewater Treatment & recycle            Oily wastewater Treatment & recycle;

Laundry wastewater Treatment & recycle;             Landfill leachate Treatment

Dyeing wastewater Treatment & recycle;              Car washing wastewater Treatment & recycle;

Plating wastewater Treatment & recycle;              Food wastewater Treatment & recycle;

Slaughter wastewater Treatment & recycle;          Pharmaceutical Food wastewater Treatment & recycle;

Farming wastewater Treatment & recycle;            Other kinds of waste water Treatment & recycle


A properly designed UF element allows efficient rising of ionic redidue from the cleaning and rapidly returns to optimal resistivity and organic purity. Reagent-grade sodium hydroxide has proven to be and effective cleaning agent. a reinforced hollow fiber PVDF membrane with a highest breaking strength up to 200N to ensure a most durable stable excellent permeat water quality.


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