- Multilayered membrane
- High temperature resistant
- Filtration of complex fluids
- Efficient and effective filtration
- Inorganic Membrane
Raw water: Wastewater, industrial, domestic water, etc.
Produced water: Industrial, domestic, etc.
Temperature: up to 150 °C
Max membrane pressure: 10 Bar
pH range: 0 – 14
Material: Silicon carbide, titania, and zirconia oxides
Applications: Oil & gas, food, and beverage, chemical industry
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Industries around the world make use of membranes to treat and filter water. These membranes are generally classified as either being composed of organic or inorganic constituents. Our Ceramic Membranes are your go-to Inorganic membranes that provide superior water filtration ability.
Our Ceramic membranes are artificial membranes that are made of inorganic material, such as silicon carbide, titania, and zirconia oxides. They are used in the treatment of complex effluents and aggressive fluids, such as acids and strong solvents. These membranes can either be dense or they either are porous, depending on your requirement or application area.
NEWater makes and designs a wide range of Commercial Water Filters. Please look at the following factors to see which one is right for you.
- Potable Water
- Chemical Industry
- Food and Dairy Industry
- Sanitary Wastewater Treatment
- Industrial and domestic
- Pharmaceutical Industry
- Oil & gas Industry
- Food and Beverage Industry
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- Provide raw water quality data.
- Provide scenarios for the use of the Water Deionizer System.
- Provide the final water quality and quantity requirements to be achieved.
- Provide your local current and voltage.
NEWater Ceramic Membrane Specifications
- Materials: silicon carbide, titania, and zirconia oxides
- Tubular geometry diameter: 25mm – 144mm; length: 1178mm – 864mm
- Channel diameter: 2mm – 6mm
- Area membrane: 0,16m2; 10,5m2 membrane
- Temperature: up to 150 °C
- Max membrane pressure: 10 Bar
NEWater Ceramic Membrane Highlighted Advantages
- Materials with a high degree of mechanical resistance.
- Tolerance of a wide variety of corrosive substances.
- The capability of withstanding extreme temperatures.
- Susceptibility to high quantities of oil and solids.
- Consistent filtration performance.
- Costs over the course of a product’s lifecycle and capital expenditures may be competitive.
- Product longevity and ecologically friendly.
NEWater Can Promise You
- Source manufacturers.
- One-to-one guidance.
- The strict quality control process.
- One-year warranty.
- Lifetime maintenance.
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NEWater Ceramic Membrane
Our Ceramic Membranes are designed and manufactured to not only be efficient infiltration but are also able to function in membrane operations under high-temperature conditions. Thus having high thermal stability. They are composed of multiple overlaid layers, that vary in their pore density and pore diameter.
They are composed of a support layer, that is thicker and has a larger pore size. The pore diameter ranges from 0.5 to 15 micrometers. The layers that follow are thinner layers and have finer pores, varying in diameter in subsequent layers, as the liquid flows past. And these pore diameters range from 50 to 1000 nanometers in the intermediate layers and are even smaller in the top layers. And these membranes being thinner also minimizes the resistance to the flow of liquid.
The process of filtration, using our Ceramic Membrane, begins with the pretreatment process to prevent blockage of the membrane. This process involves the effluent being pumped into the device and begins with the process of coagulation and flocculation, and once clumps of particulates are generated through that process, the liquid flows into sedimentation tanks, ridding itself of larger impurities.
Our Ceramic membranes have a tubular shape, and have different shapes, with regard to the number of channels that they contain, and this number is dependent on the viscosity of the fluid being treated. A fluid with a larger viscosity, for example, will require channels with larger diameters, and a smaller number of membranes.
The liquid is pushed through the membrane in a longitudinal direction. The fluid is pressurized and this allows it to make use of reverse osmosis, thus being separated from the impurities that are referred to as concentrate is retained and then passes into a recirculation loop.
Our Ceramic Membrane, here at NEWater, are preferred over others due to their efficient design, their increased durability, and their high-temperature resistance, allowing them to be used in the treatment of extreme mediums.