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A German company offers a wide range of sophisticated tubular ceramic membranes for cross-flow micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration of highly contaminated industrial waste water. Advanced customised membrane design allows exceptional filtration performance and selectivity. The ceramic material results in outstanding physical properties- high temperature, chemical, solvent and mechanical resistance. The company seeks distributors, agents and subcontracting agreement with plant manufacturers.
A German company involved in membrane technology offers a wide range of tubular ceramic membranes for cross-flow micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration applicable to highly contaminated industrial waste water, e.g. treatment of degreasing bathes, printing waste water, oily waste water, cooling emulsions, waste water from ceramic production, separation of paints, lacquers and pigments etc.
The filter units consist of tube-shaped ceramic membranes, which are arranged inside a compact stainless steel cartridge. The structure of the individual tubular ceramic membranes is characterized by centrically arranged channels. The inner surface of these channels has an active layer with numerous tiny holes of different diameters which determine the permeability of the filter (cut off), thereby allowing only selected molecules to pass through. These cut-off values range from 2 nm up to 1.4 microns.
An important innovative aspect concerns the diameter/profiles of the individual channels – these are non-circular and therefore provide a maximum filter surface. This results in an increased effective channel cross section with an exceptional filter performance, in more energy efficiency and in lower resource consumption.
Together with a number of outstanding physical characteristics the tubular ceramic membranes provide many advantages compared to commonly used polymer membranes.
Depending on the particular filter application a range of ceramic tubular membrane variations is available:
The individual tubular membranes can have varying numbers of channels, thus increasing the active filter surface (8, 11, 23, 39 or 93 channels).
Inside a compact stainless steel cartridge the number of the ceramic membrane tubes varies depending on the application (1/3/7/19/37/55/99 membrane tubes are possible).
In order to determine the most suitable tubular ceramic membrane unit with the precise cut-off value for the particular application the company offers mobile sets of ceramic membranes for laboratory, small or large scale tests in two variations:
1st: ceramic disc membranes together with cartridges/cells for cross-flow or dead-end filtration tests,
2nd: starter kit of tubular ceramic membranes together with special stainless steel cartridges in a lab case.
The company also offers respective tests at their own premises.
The company is looking for commercial agents / distributors in the respective industrial sectors, which include the tubular ceramic membrane units into their production portfolio. The company also seeks production plant manufacturers (e.g. for metallurgical / metal processing, automotive industry, printing, paper production, industrial manufacturing processes with contaminated waste water streams, disposal / hazardous waste treatment companies, paint and lacquer production etc.) or engineering companies planning the respective waste water treatment process.
Compared to other water cleaning / filter technologies (e.g. sedimentation, biological de-nitrification, disinfection with chlorine, ozone or UV light etc.) the proposed ceramic cross-flow micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration is suitable for highly selective applications. Based on its customised membrane design it provides a very high performance regarding the selective removal of substances and molecules at micro-, ultra- and nano scale.
In addition it offers high temperature, chemical, solvent and mechanical resistance. The ceramic material guarantees a long service life, is environmentally friendly (no emissions, no chemicals, no radiation) and is recyclable at the end of its service life. Applied at industrial scale the ceramic cross-flow micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration process increases energy efficiency and reduces resource consumption.
Type: Commercial agents / distributors in the field of production plant design and equipment, production plant manufacturers in various industrial sectors, engineering companies for industrial waste water treatment
Role: inclusion of the tubular ceramic membrane units into the product portfolio of commercial agents / distributors,
or production plant manufacturers / engineering companies closing a subcontracting agreement with the proposer;
application of the tubular ceramic membrane units in filtration processes in various industrial sectors (metallurgy/metal processing, automotive industry (waste water, lacquer and oil separation, …), paper production (black liquors, coating effluents), printing (ink effluents), textile (laundry effluents, indigo recovery), marine (bilge, waste water), disposal/hazardous waste treatment companies, mining/fracking (oil/effluent, waste water treatment), etc.)