Designed to remove particles greater than 0.2 microns, including suspended solids and bacteria, continuous microfiltration (CMF) systems use hollow fiber microporous membranes encapsulated into a bundle to form a filter module. Each module is connected by a patented interlocking mechanism that reduces external plumbing requirements. Features and benefits of this system include:
Effluent with a consistent silt density index (SDI) less than 3 allows the RO to be operated at higher flux rates. A smaller RO system can therefore be used, reducing capital costs.
RO membrane fouling is virtually eliminated, substantially increasing the interval between RO membrane cleaning and extending RO membrane life.
Ability to handle variable feed streams containing high suspended solids.
High-quality effluent is assured with built-in integrity diagnostic monitoring system.
Compact, modular design is easy to install.
Fully automatic with easy on/off operation. Only periodic monitoring and data logging is required.
Compressed air backwash removes suspended solids, eliminating the need for a separate "filtered" water storage and pumping system.
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