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Membrane Filtration Systems

Pacific Water Technology has teamed up with leading manufacturers of membrane systems to provide solutions for potable and waste water treatment applications, as well as applications in the food and pharmaceutical industry.

 The membrane technology market is witnessing significant growth due to increasing research and development and production in pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and life sciences industries. Thus, rise in pharmaceutical production and increasing number of membrane technology applications worldwide are driving the growth of membrane technology in   water treatment, pharmaceutical, bio-pharmaceutical and life sciences industries.

Additionally, stringent regulations and usage of single-use disposable technique are playing a major role in growth of the membrane technology market. Presence of various filtration techniques such as ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and microfiltration under membrane technology has increased its acceptance in pharmaceutical, biopharmaceutical and life science industries for separation and purification of components and biomolecules, over conventional techniques.

Ultrafiltration, nanofiltration, microfiltration and RO all have a specific place in the filtration application spectrum, which extends far beyond the water treatment industry.

Ultrafiltration - Membrane Filtration Systems

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Below is a comparison of the how the different forms of membrane filtration have evolved into niche markets and potential applications. Ultrafiltration for instance, has become a popular filtration technique in the bottled water industry for removing bacteria, macromolecules and most viruses without removing healthy minerals like calcium and magnesium.  In many applications, ultrafiltration has replaced sand filters. Nanofiltration goes one step further and removes bivalent ions including the hardness salts calcium and magnesium, hence softening the water. 

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