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HyperFlux tubular modulesupplier page

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Supplied by: Berghof Membranes
Multitube/Multichannel (MT/MC) MBR membrane configuration | Polymeric membrane material

Module product series:

  • HyMem I5
  • HyMem I5 LE
  • HyMem I8
  • HyMem I8 LE
Think outside the box. Contact Berghof Membranes today

About HyperFlux tubular module

HyperFlux − Compact tubular modules with potted tubular membranes

With HyperFlux modules, compact and economical filtration equipment can be built for any filtration capacity. The module housings are manufactured from high quality materials and are delivered in various sizes with standard connections.

HyperFlux tubular modules offer conclusive advantages:

  • standard sizes and (flange) connections
  • modular construction ensures easy installation
  • high packing density with low pressure loss
  • minimal space requirements
  • high chemical and thermal resistance
  • economical membrane replacement.

HyperFlux tubular modules with backwashable LE membranes:

  • backwashable up to 0.8 bar
  • optimized fouling control
  • economical and simple membrane cleaning, maintenance and replacement
  • high pressure stability up to 10 bar
  • easy cleaning
  • long service life.

Read about Berghof Membranes' tubular modules on their company website

Think outside the box. Contact Berghof Membranes today
Multitube/Multichannel (MT/MC) MBR membrane configuration
Polymeric membrane material | (MBR / AnMBR/ Crossflow) − PVDF, PES
Pore size: 5kD, 15 kD, 50 kD, 100 kD, 30 nm

Module product series:

  • HyMem I5
  • HyMem I5 LE
  • HyMem I8
  • HyMem I8 LE

Company summary

Think outside the box. Contact Berghof Membranes today
Head office in Eningen, Germany
Operates in Africa, Americas, Asia, Europe, Middle East and Oceania | Operates worldwide
1,500+ commissioned plants

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This page was last updated on 01 July 2020

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