Site includes information on product lines and their applications
Membrana has launched a new website, www.MembranaFiltration.com, to highlight the product portfolios of its industrial business segment. Membrana GmbH houses two primary business segments: healthcare and industrial filtration. Within the industrial filtration focus of Membrana there are three primary product lines, which include Liqui-Cel Membrane Degassing Contactors, Liqui-Flux ultrafiltration and microfiltration modules and OEM membranes that are sold to other companies manufacturing primarily flat sheet membrane-based filter devices.
The new website is segmented to organize the information for each product line with sections for product information, application information, technical information, documentation, support services and company information. Additionally, the new website incorporates animated Flash segments to highlight various features inside of the membrane devices.
The updated website provides more information and product documentation that may not have been available in the past. End users can find background information and links to technical content including data sheets and technical papers specific to various industries and applications. Additionally, a reference section incorporating the filtration spectrum, a glossary and benefits of certain membranes for specific applications has been set up to help further educate the user.
Membrana’s Filtration Group manufactures a portfolio of Liqui-Flux ultrafiltration and microfiltration devices that are specifically suited for water and beverage filtration. According to Membrana, these modules have been used around the world for drinking water treatment, wastewater polishing, pretreatment to reverse osmosis, process water filtration, wine clarification and vinegar purification.
The company’s OEM filtration membranes, including MicroPES, DuraPES and ACCUREL are used by filtration device manufacturers in applications that include food and beverage, microelectronics, pharmaceuticals, biotechnology, process and drinking water and infusion therapy.