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There are many different types of membranes that can be used to treat the water, depending on the impurities that necessity to be removed and the desired product water quality.
Membranes are used in Membrane Filtration to remove the impurities from water. In the membrane filtration process, suspended solids are removed like conventional filtration system, but dissolved solids are not removed. Membrane filtration is usually used to treat wastewater to eliminate the bacteria and some viruses also.
We provide complete water and wastewater treatment solutions and services using cutting-edge membrane technologies to serve municipal and industrial customers. Our solutions can help you protect what matters most.
We offer a wide range of water membrane system to meet your every need. Whether you require Pretreatment Microfiltration (MF), Disk tube reverse osmosis (DTRO), Tube Settler and Mobile Water Treatment.
You can rely on our quality and proven technology.
Micro Filtration (MF)
Microfiltration is a type of filtration physical process where a contaminated fluid is passed through a special pore-sized membrane to separate microorganisms and suspended particles from process liquid.
Microfiltration (MF) is a pressure-driven separation process, which is widely used in concentrating, purifying or separating macromolecules, colloids and suspended particles from solution. MF membranes typically have nominal pore sizes on the order of 0.1–1.0 μm.
The filters used in the microfiltration process are specially designed to prevent particles such as sediment, algae, protozoa or large bacteria from passing through a specially designed filter.
Common Filter Problems
- Do your RO membranes need frequent cleanings and replacements?
- Did you receive the true micron rating of your filters?
- Are your upstream SDI levels low enough for RO?
- Are you struggling to find cartridge or bag filters for a specific application?
If you answered yes or no to any of these questions, we can help. With high quality you can trust and a wide range of filter materials, sizes, configurations and removal efficiencies, our experienced pre-treatment specialists can design a solution to address your unique needs.
Providing high-quality pre-treatment solutions to fit your needs.
Ultra Filtration (UF)
Ultrafiltration is a water treatment process that uses a hollow fiber membrane to mechanically filter water containing very small particulate. An ultrafiltration system is having super fine membrane technology to filter particulate less than 0.025 microns.
Ultrafiltration membrane filtration (UF) is a low-pressure membrane process for water treatment that is designed to remove turbidity causing particles including those comprised of suspended solids, bacteria, colloidal matter and protein.
An ultrafiltration system can filter the most solid particulates in liquids, but it can’t able to remove the dissolved particles like a reverse osmosis system.
Ultrafiltration. Ultrafiltration is a membrane filtration process similar to Reverse Osmosis, using hydrostatic pressure to force water through a semi-permeable membrane. Suspended solids and solutes of high molecular weight are retained, while water and low molecular weight solutes will get passed through the membrane.
- Tube Settler
- High Rate Solid Contact Clarifier
If you answered yes or no to any of these questions, we can help. With high quality you can trust and a wide range of filter materials, sizes, configurations and removal efficiencies, our experienced pre-treatment specialists can design a solution to address your unique needs. Providing high-quality pre-treatment solutions to fit your needs.
Reverse Osmosis (RO)
Reverse osmosis is one of the most effective, judicious technologies available for eliminating a range of impurities from water. Reverse Osmosis is a technology which is used to remove a large quantity of common impurities from water by pushing the water under pressure through a semi-permeable membrane.
A membrane is a selective barrier that permits the separation of certain types in a fluid by combination of sieving and diffusion mechanisms. Membranes can separate particles and molecules and over a wide particle size range and molecular weights.
Reverse osmosis reduces suspended solids/dissolved solids present in water using pressure to urge the raw water through a semipermeable membrane. The reverse osmosis membrane blocks the impurities and allowing the clean water to flow through to the less concentrated portion.
Reverse osmosis is used to produce extremely purified water for drinking water systems, industrial boilers, food and beverage processing, pharmaceutical production, seawater desalination and many other applications.
We have multiple pre-engineered models as well as customized treatment systems from smaller containerized systems to full water treatment plants all to meet your specific water purification needs.
Disc Tube Reverse Osmosis (DTRO)
Disc Tube (DT) module system is a membrane device designed to ensure molecular and ionic separation for a whole spectrum of pollutants in all aqueous environments. Disc Tube membranes can separate everything from suspended matter to the smallest ions, including colloids, bacteria, viruses, and organic matter.
The Disc Tube module consists of a stack of molded ABS spacing discs separating membrane cushions, which are formed from three octagonal layers. These are welded to each other, ultrasonically, at their periphery.
Specially designed Disc Tube modules ensure molecular and ionic separation
- Modular, expandable design with one or multiple stages
- Recovery rates achievable by Disc tube modules with staged RO Pressure
- High-pressure units maximize permeate yield (Recovery Rate)
- No mechanical or chemical pretreatment necessary
- Small footprint
- Service Team is available to support economic module exchange
The unique configuration of the Disc Tube module offers numerous advantages over traditional spiral or tubular membrane modules, including
- Open channel configuration
- High turbulence in the feed stream
- Reduced risks of clogging or crystallization
- Evenly distributed and self-cleaning hydraulic circulation
- More effective cleanings
- Minimization of cross-flow rate
- Extended range of cut-off for nanofiltration membranes (500 g/mole, 270 g/mole) and for reverse osmosis (high flow rates, Standard 100 g/mole, high rejection)
DT modules are a low maintenance filtration solution ideal for applications such as leachate water treatment. Disc Tube RO has become the preferred membrane for leachate treatment
- Open Channel Technology
- Less susceptible to fouling and scaling
- Modules are easy to clean
- Suitable for silt density index (SDI) up to 5/15
DTRO modules are preferred due to their easy maintenance requirements
- Module can be opened
- Module and membranes can be investigated
- Single membranes can be tested for best cleaning procedure
- Single membranes can be investigated at lab (EDX, Microscope)
Desalination is a process that takes away minerals from sea water or Brackish water. Saltwater is desalinated to produce water suitable for domestic & industrial applications. The by-product of the desalination process is brine.
The principle involved in this RO process is that the feed water is getting passed through a semi-permeable membrane into a product water stream and a concentrated brine stream.
Treated product water contains less amounts of salts, whereas the concentrate/brine contains higher salt and mineral concentrations than that of feed water.
Seawater desalination utilizes permeable membranes, which are only tasked to eliminate the dissolved solids while separating the feed water into purified water and the rejected concentrated salts.
The salts and other organics are sent into the brine stream then flushed into a drain. At the end we have purified water that has very less dissolved salts. These sea water RO systems are vastly powerful, with the capacity of purifying significantly high TDS water.
Desalination processes are fetching cost effective compared to other methods of producing usable water to meet the increasing demands.
Drinking Water RO
- Reverse osmosis (RO) is a water purification process that uses a partially permeable membrane to remove ions, unwanted molecules and larger particles from drinking water. In reverse osmosis, an applied pressure is used to overcome osmotic pressure. Reverse osmosis can remove many types of dissolved and suspended chemical species as well as biological (bacteria, viruses etc) from water, and is used in both industrial processes and the production of potable water.
- When the water passes through the membrane during the process, the product on the other end is totally clean water without any impurities. So, reverse osmosis water is 100% safe to drink.
- Kimberlite water plus is providing packaged Drinking water RO plant for domestic and industrial purpose of various capacity ranges.