Choosing the right membrane for each application is vital and membrane filtration specialists such as PCI Membranes can help engineers make the right decision.
Tubular reverse osmosis is a process well-suited for the concentration of grape must prior to vinification, since no pretreatment is required, and very high product quality is realised at economical cost.
Tubular membrane technology is the BAT (Best Available Technology) in the dyestuffs industry, in particular for reactive, acid and direct dyes, as a way of producing high quality products, maximising yields and capacity, and saving raw materials. Tubular nanofiltration membranes are used for two purposes: desalting and concentration.
Evaporators are used extensively in the food, dairy, and distillation industries as a method of removing water from a fluid to obtain a more stable or reduced volume product, often by subsequently drying the concentrate to a powder.
A membrane can be defined as an interface between two phases
In the confectionery and many food and beverage industries, sugar (present as sucrose, fructose and glucose, etc.) is the main constituent in some of the process streams.
PCI Membranes offers state-of-the-art membrane technology for leachate treatment, which is often used as part of the overall treatment system to meet the requirements of individual landfill sites.
PCI Membranes’ own 12mm diameter tubular membranes are used in the Fyne process due to their ability to handle suspended solids without blocking of membrane pores.
Large amounts of process water are used in the textile industry throughout the world.
Karolina Pokus, MSc. Chemical & Process Eng. Application Engineer. ; 04/08/18
PCI Membranes filtration membrane technology for the juice industry was developed about 30 years ago and has been incorporated as a new method to replace rotary vacuum drum filters. This method helps in the production of juice concentration with very reliable clarity and cost-effective production savings.