Ceramic Membrane Module

Ceramic membrane module ceramic microfiltration membrane

The inorganic ceramic membrane module is a pressure-resistant casing equipped with a ceramic membrane element, and the centralized filling of ceramic membrane elements with different outer diameters and different areas can be realized by different membrane module housings according to industrial production requirements. The single membrane module fills the membrane area from 0.05 square meters to 27 square meters. The shape design and sealing design of the membrane module are essential for the operation of the ceramic membrane system. This series of components can be used according to different filter precisions of different types of membrane tubes (ceramic membranes or ceramic composite membranes) to meet different customers, different systems, different technical requirements and different processing requirements.

Ceramic membrane module ceramic microfiltration membrane

Number of loaded membrane components 1,3,7,12,19,37,61,76,91,138,241 core
Matching membrane element length diameter 250 ~ 1220mm / outer diameter 12mm / 25mm / 30mm / 40mm / 60mm
Body material SUS304 (L), SUS316 (L) stainless steel, TI, carbon steel / rubber, PVC, FRPP
Sealing material EPDM rubber, fluorine rubber. Silicone rubber, PTFE, etc.
Interface form flange, clamp, live connection / DN15-400
Standard ISO, DIN / chemical grade, sanitary grade
Note can be customized

Technical advantages of ceramic membrane components:

Inorganic ceramic membranes have some incomparable advantages compared to conventional filtration equipment (such as plate and frame, centrifuge, diatomaceous earth, etc.) and organic polymer membranes:

1. The pore size distribution is narrow, the separation efficiency is high, and the filtration effect is stable;

2. Good chemical stability, strong acid, alkali and oxidant;

3. High temperature resistance, high temperature sterilization and sterilization;

4. Strong anti-pollution ability, easy membrane cleaning and good regeneration performance;

5. No secondary dissolution occurs during the separation process, and will not have any effect on the separated materials;

6. Special film-forming materials and film-forming processes to ensure long-term stable maintenance of permeate flux.