How Ultrafiltration (UF) Systems Work?
Ultrafiltration (UF) systems have diverse membrane filtrations where hydrostatic pressure pushes solvents against a very fine membrane. They block suspended particulates and solids that are large while water and solutes with a lower molecular weight are allowed to flow through the membrane.
Industry and research employ this separation process for purifying and concentrating macromolecular (103 - 106 Da) solutions, which are usually protein solutions. Ultrafiltration is similar to microfiltration, nanofiltration or gas separation, except it differs in the molecule sizes it blocks.
To meet critical discharge criteria, ultrafiltration systems remove the need for clarifiers andmultimedia water filtration. Effective ultrafiltration systems use membranes that can be immersed, back-flushable, and air scoured. Spiral wound UF/MF membranes offer excellent performance for the clarification of process water and waste water.Ultrafiltration (UF) Systems Advantages
Ultrafiltration (UF) membranes systems are more reliable than a conventional multi-media filter, which removed approximately 10 micron or larger of matter, where an ultrafiltration membrane pore size ranges from 0.01 to 0.10 micron. In addition to superior turbidity removal, UF membranes efficiently remove bacteria and most viruses.
What is ultrafiltration in water treatment?
Ultrafiltration systems utilize hollow membrane fibers to eliminate suspended solids, bacteria, viruses, and pathogens from the feed water. Pumps send the treated water through microscopic pores, which act as a physical barrier that only allows filtrates to pass through them. Ultrafiltration strainers are used next to remove solids such as weeds and plastics from the filtered water before it enters the UF system.
|Filter Type||Ultra filtration|
|Brand||ARISEO WATER TECH|
|Filter Medium Material||PES, PVDF|
|Voltage||220 to 380 V|
|Body Material||Mild Steel|
|Frequency||50 to 60 Hz|
|Operation pressure||10 ~15 bar|
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