MegaVision FMBR supplier page

Product megavision fmbr flat sheet
Supplied by: MegaVision Membrane
Flat Sheet (FS) MBR membrane configuration | Polymeric membrane material

Module product series:

  • MEGAFLAT A Series – Single or Double-deck
  • MEGAFLAT E Series – Economical module
Shanghai MegaVision - contact the MBR membrane specialists in flat sheet and hollow fiber membranes - 20 years of innovative technology!

About MegaVision FMBR

MEGAVISION FMBR PVDF Series is a high-flux Flat Sheet MBR membrane delivering excellent permeability, fouling resistance, stability and elimination effectiveness.

FMBR membranes are developed in standard surface area 0.8, 1.5m2 (OEM/ODM customization is available).

FMBR modules can be configured with a total membrane surface area from 40m2 up to 600m2.

Advantages:

  • Permanently hydrophilic PVDF
  • Dry storage
  • High MLSS concentration (up to 18,000 mg/L)
  • High & stable flux: 15 ~ 25 L/m2h (max 40 L/m2h)
  • High tensile strength
  • High chlorine & chemical resistance
  • No backflush cleaning needed.

Applications:

FMBR PVDF Series membranes can be used for a wide variety of treatment applications such as:

  • New industrial, municipal and domestic wastewater treatment
  • Upgrade of conventional sewage treatment plant
  • Water reclamation projects
  • Wastewater treatment plant with low available footprint.
Shanghai MegaVision - contact the MBR membrane specialists in flat sheet and hollow fiber membranes - 20 years of innovative technology!
Flat Sheet (FS) MBR membrane configuration
Polymeric membrane material | Permanent hydrophilic PVDF
Pore size: nominal 0.1, 0.25 µm

Module product series:

  • MEGAFLAT A Series – Single or Double-deck
  • MEGAFLAT E Series – Economical module

Company summary

Shanghai MegaVision - contact the MBR membrane specialists in flat sheet and hollow fiber membranes - 20 years of innovative technology!
Head office in Shanghai, China
Operates in Worldwide | Operates in Africa, Americas, South-East Asia, China, Europe and Middle East.

Last updated: 21 February 2020

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