Netsol Water, a market-leading supplier of water treatment plants, can design and produce unique membrane separation systems for a range of applications. These systems filter suspended particles, bacteria, etc. Depending on the size of the particle, different membranes are utilized to successfully remove each type. Our devices can filter out particles ranging in size from 10 microns to less than 0.001 microns.
A thorough analysis of the customer's feedstock and intended end product comes first, in the design process. A separation system is created with the required microfiltration, ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis, or nanofiltration system, based on the volume and composition of the individual feedstock, in order to produce the required streams for additional processing.
All equipment is made with sturdy, low-maintenance materials that are easy to clean, and of the highest quality. Our engineers are equipped to act quickly in response to any modifications, which can arise as a consequence of a client request during the design process. We exclusively choose controls and mechanical parts that are of the best calibre available in the market, and that can withstand challenging operating conditions.
How many types of Membrane Filtration?
Depending on the application and desired outcomes, there are four primary types of filtering system procedures.
1: Microfiltration (MF)
Because, the membrane for MF operations has an open structure, MF systems typically only stop the passage of bacteria, suspended particles, and fat globules.
In contrast to RO and NF, ultrafiltration (UF) employs membranes with a lower pressure and bigger pore holes. Small peptides, organic acids, sugars, and other compounds can thus flow through UF systems.
2: Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Reverse osmosis (RO) is the filtration method with the narrowest membrane structure, and blocks everything but water. It prevents all other substances, including protein, fat, sugar, salt, microorganisms, and TDS from leaking through, into the permeate due to its density.
3: Nanofiltration (NF)
NF membranes allow for the passage of minute mineral ions since their membrane holes, are slightly more open than those of RO membranes. The membrane also prevents big ions as well as organic substances like lipids, carbohydrates, and microorganisms.
4: Ultrafiltration (UF)
Ultrafiltration (UF), a membrane filtration technique uses hydrostatic pressure to force water through a semi-permeable membrane. Normal ultrafiltration membrane holes range in size from 103 to 106 Daltons. It uses pressure as a pressure-driven barrier to suspended particles, bacteria, viruses, endotoxins, and other pathogens, to produce water with exceptionally high purity and low silt density.
Water and low molecular weight solutes pass through the membrane, while suspended solids and high molecular weight solutes are trapped.
How can we assist?
Netsol Water team offers installation, commissioning, training, comprehensive support, and design, in addition to producing the water treatment plants. To ensure maximum separation effectiveness, membranes normally need to be replaced once every 12 to 18 months.
To ensure that customers' demands are met, we can swiftly deliver replacement membranes. All designs are unique, but they are based on tried-and-true filtration methods that have been put to the test. Depending on the size of the project, our lead times for custom systems are among the quickest in the business.
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