Imemflo supplier website

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Based in Gujarat, India
Offers Flat Sheet (FS) MBR membrane configuration

Proprietary MBR products and systems:

  • Imemflo FMBR-80 & 160
  • Imemflo HMBR-06,08,10,15,20
  • Imemflo HMBR-15,25,40

About Imemflo

Supplier of flat sheet and hollow fibre membranes.

Imemflo, a German developed product always focuses on membrane research and development to meet customers strict filtration needs and is available in flat sheet [F- MBR] and hollow fibre module type [HF- MBR].

MBR technology & applications

Proprietary MBR products and systems:

  • Imemflo FMBR-80 & 160
  • Imemflo HMBR-06,08,10,15,20
  • Imemflo HMBR-15,25,40

Hollow Fiber Membrane
Imemflo HF-MBR is assembled as a complete filtration module. It consists of a stainless-steel cage or skid made up of several elements including hollow fiber membranes of imemflo series. The hollow fiber membranes are designed for MBR plants and Tertiary Treatments. Imemflo HF- MBR element has a bi-directional suction configuration to enhance filtration performances. H-MBR allows large flux and low investment cost.

Flat Sheet Membrane

Imemflo flat sheet membrane is made of PVDF, which has better chemical stability, fouling resistance and mechanical strength. With advanced membrane fabrication technology, imemflo the membrane pore size around 0.1 um to get a higher water flux and water quality. The mortise and tenon structure is used in the support plate to get a more stable spacing without side panels. The support plate can be installed from top and installed from one side without the limits of the construction site conditions. Laser engraving diamond flow path, coupled with special umbrella support structure, make the suction pressure distribution much better without diverting nonwoven fabrics. This structure reduces the risk of fouling and improves the water flow rate.

Company summary

Head office in Gujarat, India
Operates in Asia
Offers Flat Sheet (FS) MBR membrane configuration | Immersed technology configuration
15 commissioned plants | Total installed capacity of 1 MLD

Last updated: 25 March 2020

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