Membrane filtration is highly topical in modern water treatment. Depending on the pore size, the principle is used in water treatment.
Drinking water and wastewater treatment in the form of microfiltration and ultrafiltration is another area of application. The objective of both methods is retaining pathogenic germs, for example. The differences between the cross-flow and dead-end filtration operating modes are covered.
The membrane filtration station maps both processes. In cross-flow operation, the trans-membrane pressure is set for optimal filter performance. The inflows to and outflows from membrane filters can be measured and thus the performance of the membrane can be determined.
The backwash process takes place automatically if the filter performance is insufficient. Backwashing uses system filtrate created previously. The pressure resistance test checks the functionality of the membrane.
Other typical applications include:
The station is fully assembled, wired and tested.
Including control system with FluidLab®-EDS® Water Management, EasyPort, connecting cables, accessory set and "Getting Started" technical documentation.
3 l tank, including overflow rim, 3/2-way ball valve, membrane filter unit, capacitive proximity sensor, float switch, magnetic-inductive flow sensor, pneumatic valve terminal with 3/2-way solenoid valves, 5/2-way solenoid valve, membrane pump, proportional media valve, proportional pressure regulator valve, pressure sensor, electric connection board, aluminium profile plate.
For single operation, a water supply tank/ground water (order no. 8024503) is required.
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