Ultrafiltration (UF) offers an efficient and effective opportunity for treatment of extremely small contaminants. Recent developments in the chemistry and assembly of UF membranes make this technology available for a wide range of applications, from residential to commercial to industrial.
UF membranes provide efficient method for water treatment
This point-of-use, five-stage ultrafiltration (UF) system for residential applications produces cold filtered water with less water waste and lower operational costs compared to typical reverse osmosis systems. The UF system eliminates viruses, bacteria, benzene, chlorine, Cryptosporidium, pesticides and rust. It also reduces algae, chloride, copper, lead and mercury, and leaves healthy minerals in the water.
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Q-SEP hollow-fiber ultrafiltration membranes feature a patented cloud point precipitation process; high-strength hollow-fiber membranes; uniform pore size distribution for consistent water quality; improved filtrate quality; low and consistent SDI; and high bacteria and virus rejection. The membranes are NSF/ANSI Standard 61 certified.
Treating trace contaminants and disinfecting with UV in water reuse
The point-of-entry (POE) market for ultrafiltration (UF) membrane systems has grown considerably in recent years. Respected market researchers Frost & Sullivan had predicted that the market for hollow fiber UF membranes would increase at a compounded annual growth rate of 12.9% from 2004 to 2010, though there are signs that the actual growth rate during the latter part of this period may be above original estimates.
New applications and options make UF a hot market segment