Our membrane based systems provide an effective solution to wastewater treatment problems. Our units meet current as well as proposed new regulations. Some common applications of this technology include plating rinse water, spent coolants, industrial wastewater, groundwater and frac flow-back. Crossflow microfiltration systems maintain very high flow rates with minimal downtime for maintenance. They are also very easy to operate versus alternative technologies. As a result, crossflow systems have become the option of choice for end-of-pipe water recycle and for high-capacity wastewater treatment in manufacturing.
Because our crossflow microfiltration membranes do not pass solids, they are the gold standard. Compliance is far easier to assure with our modules, at far less cost, and with far fewer interruptions of the manufacturing process. Larger diameter modules hold more tubes and contain more membrane surface area for higher flow rates. Each module is 72 inches long and is made from the highest strength materials available. Each membrane tube is individually tested for strength, integrity, and flux before assembly into the modules. All membranes are true "surface rejecting" membranes, which means they allow no solids to pass and require less frequent cleaning.