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Other (O) MBR membrane configuration | Ceramic membrane material

About Pleaide | CeraMem | Kleansep

Flat sheet polymeric membranes in a plate and frame configuration for use external to the MBR. The membrane on each plate may be isolated from the others. The plates are easily disassembled in order to permit mechanical cleaning if necessary due to a process upset or other reasons.

Ceramic membranes on SiC monolith support structure for use external to the MBR. 144 mm diameter x 864 mm long, with square feed channels having hydraulic diameters of 2 mm and 5 mm.

Tubular ceramic membranes on Al2O3 supports for use external to the MBR. 25 mm and 40 mm diameter, 1178 mm long, with feed channel diameters ranging from 2 mm to 6 mm.

Dimensions for guidance only and may change − please confirm with supplier:

Product pore sizes:

  • 1 kDa, 5 kDa, 8 kDa, 15 kDa, 50 kDa, 150 kDa, 300 kDa,
  • 10 nm, 50 nm,
  • 0.1 µ, 0.2 µ, 0.45 µ, 0.8 µ, 1.0 µ

Membrane area per unit floor area (m2/m2):

  • Pleaide: 20.1
  • CeraMem: 70−72
  • Kleansep: 134

Note: based on a membrane rack including piping header

Membrane module height (m):

  • Pleaide: 1.2
  • CeraMem: 0.94
  • Kleansep: 1.21

Heights given are based on the membrane module

Membrane area per unit volume (m2/m3):

  • Pleaide: 45
  • CeraMem: 750 for single element module; 308 for MEV
  • Kleansep: 877

Please note: the observed flux rates are different for each type, so a direct comparison of membrane areas does not represent a complete comparison.

Other (O) MBR membrane configuration
Ceramic membrane material | Ceramic (SiC, Al2O3, ZrO2, TiO2) multi-channel and Polymeric (PAN) flat sheet
Pore size: Various

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Company summary

Head office in USA
Operates in Americas
MBRs: 21 commissioned plants | Total installed capacity of 5045 m3/day

Last updated: 9 September 2020


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