BIO-CEL® – MICRODYN-NADIR -

Product overview

  • Supplier
    MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH
  • Membrane Configuration
    Flat sheet
  • Pore Size (µm)
    0.04
  • Membrane material
    PES

About BIO-CEL® – MICRODYN-NADIR

BIO-CEL® combines the benefits of traditional hollow fibre and plate and frame configurations without any of their inherent disadvantages. The self-supporting membrane sheet is 2 mm thick, resulting in an extremely high packing density and very low specific energy consumption.

The BIO-CEL® configuration centres on flat sheet technology, with directional flow eliminating clogging and reducing downtime. The modules open top and bottom channels reliably prevent the deposition of sludge and fibre accumulation during the continuous crossflow operating process. The self-supporting structure of the membrane module enables frame-free installation, thus eliminating blockages around the external boundaries of each component.

View our brochures:

BIO-CEL®

BIO-CEL® MCP

BIO-CEL® XL

 

Suitable applications

Product specification

  • Number of modules per stack/skid
    Single deck

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Reference installations

Marienhospital, Gelsenkirchen, Germany
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Extension of the Huenxe WWTP, Germany
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Chicken slaughterhouse, Romania
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About the supplier

  • Supplier name: MICRODYN-NADIR GmbH
  • Supplier Head Office: Wiesbaden, Germany

More information

Other models from this supplier

    • Module membrane area
      50 m2
    • Module length
      694 mm
    • Module width
      702 mm
    • Module height
      1563 mm
    • Number of modules per stack/skid
      Single deck
    • Module membrane area
      100 m2
    • Module length
      1270 mm
    • Module width
      702 mm
    • Module height
      1563 mm
    • Number of modules per stack/skid
      Single deck
    • Module membrane area
      416 m2
    • Module length
      1298 mm
    • Module width
      1152 mm
    • Module height
      2763 mm
    • Number of modules per stack/skid
      Single deck
    • Module membrane area
      1900 m2
    • Module length
      2800 mm
    • Module width
      2100 mm
    • Module height
      2650 mm
    • Number of modules per stack/skid
      Single deck

    The module/cassette/skid height = membrane and diffusor unit

    • Module membrane area
      10 m2
    • Module length
      154.5 mm
    • Module width
      610 mm
    • Module height
      1610 mm
    • Number of modules per stack/skid
      Single deck

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Banner image: full treatment plant for pharmaceutical wastewater in Taizhou, Linhai Park, Zhejiang Province, China, including Shanghai MEGAVISION  flat sheet UF membrane modules in two MBR units. Image courtesy of VALORSABIO, Lda.

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