The Model R membrane filtration pilot plant is a flexible unit to perform pilot studies on the full range of membrane filtration technologies (Membrane Filtration, Ultra Filtration, Nano Filtration and Reverse Osmosis) under a wide range of operating conditions.
The pilot plant's standard configuration allows for testing with either spiral, polymeric membranes, or tubular, ceramic membranes. It can also be setup with other membrane configurations.
The pilot plant can be operated in batch mode, semi-batch mode, or feed and bleed mode. The pilot plant design has a single stage recirculation loop.
The Model R membrane filtration pilot plant is skid mounted and will be delivered with all the components required for quick installation and easy operation, including an operating manual with data sheet templates.
|- Spiral:||4 to 14 m2|
|- Ceramic:||0.2 to 0.36 m2|
|- Stainless Steel:||0.35 m2|
|- Spiral:||20 - 50 gallons/hour|
|- Ceramic:||5 - 50 gallons/hour|
|- Stainless Steel:||10 - 50 gallons/hour|
|Pressure:||up to 600 psig|
|Temperature:||up to 200° F|
|Power:||230 / 460V, 3 phase, 60Hz|
|Electric Service:||10 amps / 460 V|
|Plant Air:||80 psig, oil-free|
|Cooling Water:||10 gpm, 60° F|
|CIP Water:||15 gpm|
|Seal Water:||1 gpm|
The Model C membrane filtration pilot plant is a flexible unit for testing ceramic membranes on low pressure Membrane Filtration and Ultra Filtration applications. Model C pilot plants can be configured to run higher pressure Ultra Filtration/Nano Filtration applications as well as other tubular membranes (inorganic or polymeric).
The GEA Filtration Model G membrane filtration pilot plant is a pilot-scale plant designed specifically for application development utilizing specialized tubular microfiltration membranes cast on a microporous, sintered stainless steel support structure.
The pilot unit allows long term testing accurately displaying key process parameters by means of the PLC in the operator panel in conjunction with carefully selected field instruments and control valves. This gives significant advantages in scale up compared with manually controlled pilot units.
The GEA Filtration Model T pilot plant is a pilot-scale plant designed for application development of ceramic microfiltration and ultrafiltration.
The Model U membrane filtration pilot plant is a flexible unit to perform pilot studies on the full range of membrane filtration technologies (Membrane Filtration, Ultra Filtration, Nano Filtration and Reverse Osmosis) under a wide range of operating conditions.
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