Membrane filtration can be a very efficient and economical way of separating components that are suspended or dissolved in a liquid. The membrane is a physical barrier that allows certain compounds to pass through, depending on their physical and/or chemical properties. Membranes commonly consist of a porous support layer with a thin dense layer on top that forms the actual membrane. Types of Membrane filtration based on membrane pore sizes are described below;

  1. Reverse Osmosis Plant

    Reverse Osmosis Plant - Curtain
  2. Ultrafiltration Plants

    UF Plant Curtain