Thursday, August 28, 2008

Ultrafiltration Membrane Systems, Ultrafiltration Water Treatment Technology

Human being needs water more than any other things. In the world there is limited resources of fresh water to drink. So there is strong need of water filtration and purification. There is an effective and easy way to get it i.e. Ultrafiltration.

Ultrafiltration {UF} is a type of filtration. UF is a separation phenomenon that separates particulate matter from soluble components in the carries fluid like water. It is a pressure driven phenomenon.

Ultrafiltration membranes have their pore sizes in the range of approximately 0.01 - 0.10 ┬Ám that has high elimination capabilities for microscopic organism like Virus and Bacteria. Material that is mostly used are polymeric and are naturally hydrophobic in UF.
They can decrease the membranes ability to be cleaned with high power disinfectants such as hypochlorite that impacts elimination of microorganism’s growth.

Disinfectants and other cleaning agents can be used to completely eliminate and stop acting loss due to biological growth as well as other foulants.

Industrial area that covers, Pharmaceutical, Chemical, Food, Beverage Processing, Waste Water Treatment Plant make use of ultra filtration in order to recycle flow or add value to later products.

Ultrafiltration’s main purpose is capability to purify, filter, clean, separate, the targeted macromolecules in continuous systems.

UF's main attraction is its ability to purify, separate, and concentrate target macromolecules in continuous systems by applying pressure on the flow of solution. Ultrafiltration UF is used as a pre-treatment step in reverse osmosis processes in many various countries to produce fresh water as there is little fresh water available in those areas.

In those countries where fresh water is less in quantity, Ultrafiltration UF is used as a pre-treatment step in reverse osmosis processes. They produce fresh water to drink.

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Ultra filtration Membrane Systems, Ultrafiltration Water Treatment Technology

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