Ceramic membrane tubes with key properties

Published:  17 August, 2020

High-quality industrial materials are essential for cost-efficient filtration processes. CERAMTEC says its porous ceramic membrane tubes that are used for cross-flow membrane filtration combine key properties that provide customers with enhanced performance and ultimately save cost on filtration units.

Made from alumina (Al2O3), the multi-channel tubes are designed for nano-, ultra-, and micro-filtration in a range of industries to separate substances and solids from liquids, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, chemical, electroplating, environmental technology and biotechnology. Both with regard to the number of channels and length of tube, the product provides the maximum performance that technology currently allows: The ceramic multi-channel element as the supporting tube onto which the separation layer is mounted consists of up to 85 channels with lengths of up to 1,5m.

w: www.ceramtec.com

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