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SS Membrane Module

Posted By: jiuwumembrane

Date: Tue, 5 Sep 2023

Price: $600.00

Mobile: +025-58109595

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The stainless steel membrane module is designed by different applications. Stainless steel could be used as the material of module/housing, that is, ss membrane housing.

Jiuwu hi tech company could produce the extra large stainless steel membrane housing as customer demand, such as loading over 91 pcs membranes. It also can be 1, 3, 7, 12, 19, 37, 61, 76, 91, 138, 241 pcs membranes.
Ceramic membrane element has a variety of narrow distribution, high porosity, high capacity per unit membrane surface area.

Ceramic membrane element needs to be used and operated in normal operating procedures. The following conditions and chemicals of operation are absolutely not allowed, because it may destroy or damage the element:

Sharp variations in pressure;
Vigorous variations in temperature, △≤5℃/min;
Meet with strong acid and alkali with high concentration and temperature in a long time such as hydrofluoric acid, sulphuric acid ,hydrochloric acid in combination with stainless steel housings, formic or acetic acid at high concentration and high temperature, silicates, acrylics, varnish, silicon soil, resins, wax;
Filtering high viscosity liquid or liquid containing large rigid solid granules;
Using pumps without a soft starter or frequency converter;
Strike or knock on purpose;
Number of loading membrane elements: 1, 3, 7, 12, 19, 37, 61, 76, 91, 138, 241 pcs
Matching membrane element length Diameter: 500, 1000, 1200mm / diameter: 25, 30, 40 mm
Main body material: SUS304 (L), SUS316 (L)
Sealing material: EPDM, Fluoro Rubber, Silicon, PTFE
Interface: Flange, Clamp, Whorl coupling
Pressure level: 0-1.0Mpa, 0-1.6Mpa, 0-2.5Mpa, 0-4.0Mpa
Standard: ISO, DIN / chemical grade, sanitary grade
1. Food & Beverage
Wine (beer membrane filtration)
Fruit and vegetable juice
Flavoring and seasoning
Natural herb extract

2. Bio-Pharm
Fermentation broth-antibiotic (including purification of antibiotics)
Fermentation broth-amino acid

3. Chemical and Petro-Chemical
Natural rubber (skim latex)
polysolicon cutting fluid recovery
Brine filtration

4. Water & Wastewater Treatment ( ceramic membranes for wastewater treatment )
Oilfield injection water
Paper industry wastewater treatment
Textile and printing industry wastewater
Oily wastewater treatment
Titanium dioxide water treatment
Pharmaceutical/chemical industry wastewater
Desalination/seawater treatment
Landfill leachate
Degreasing liquid treatment
Palm oil wastewater

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