For removal of divalent ions, dissolved molecules and small particles
Nanofiltration is a membrane technology that primarily removes divalent ions, dissolved molecules and small particles and is similar to reverse osmosis, both in terms of its structure as well as in terms of how it functions.
Nanofiltration systems are used for partial softening and reduction of turbidity and discolouration of surface water. The term nanofiltration refers to the filter's retention capability, which is approx. one nanometer.
EnviroFALK nanofiltration units are available
- in various sizes,
- flow capacities and materials