Retention of ultra-fine particles in water through ultrafiltration.

For the separation of particles and colloidally dissolved suspensions - Microfiltration

Microfiltration systems remove impurities such as oils, greases and particles from process solutions and, depending on the application, ensure long bath service lives and consistently high product quality.

The pores are in the range of approx. 0.05 to 10 µm. A combination with other chemical-physical processes depends on the area of application and the initial situation.

What is microfiltration?

Microfiltration, also known as microfiltration (MF), has the task of retaining all substances in the water that are larger than the membrane pores. Microfiltration membranes separate particles or colloidally dissolved suspensions. The pores are in the range of approx. 0.05 to 10 µm.

Microfiltration is characterized by the tangential overflow of the membrane, which is called cross-flow filtration. The water is therefore not pressed directly through the membrane, but flows over the membrane. With this type of overflow, a cleaning effect is achieved on the membrane and the service life of the filtration systems is increased many times over.

Mikrofiltrationsanlage für Elektrolytaufbereitung
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