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QUA® introduces EnviQ™ submerged ultrafiltration membranes

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QUA®, an innovator of advance membrane technologies, has announced the introduction of EnviQ™ submerged ultrafiltration membranes for wastewater treatment and recycle applications as part of the membrane bioreactor process.

QUA's EnviQ membranes have been specially developed to improve the ease of operation and maintenance of MBR facilities. EnviQ's innovative design offers ultrafiltration quality product water with a stronger and more rugged PVDF flat sheet membrane. EnviQ's unique features such as reverse diffusion and specially designed air diffusers maximize scrubbing efficiency resulting in reduced cleaning.

Additionally, QUA states that EnviQ significantly lowers the total installed cost of biological wastewater treatment and recycle systems as compared to conventional activated sludge processes with tertiary filtration.

EnviQ is currently offered in three configurations: E-8C, 16C and 32C, each having surface area of 80, 160 and 320 m2, respectively.

In the past year, QUA also introduced CeraQ® ceramic membranes as well as MEGA FEDI and FEDI-Rx products for heavy industrial and pharmaceutical industry applications.

Based in the USA, QUA's products are available globally, with installations at numerous sites in the USA, Europe and Asia. The company is the recipient of a Frost & Sullivan New Product Innovation Award for Industrial Water & Wastewater Treatment Technology, North America, for both its FEDI® Fractional Electrodeionization and Q-SEP® Hollow Fiber Ultrafiltration Modules.

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