Membrane Filters: Spiral-Wound Ultrafiltration Elements
Synder currently offers 22 different Ultrafiltration membranes that are all available for purchase as flat sheet or spiral would element configurations. Polymer types include PES (polyethersulfone), PVDF (polyvinylidenedifluoride), and PAN (polyacrylonitrile), and molecular weight cut-offs start at 1,000 Daltons and go up to 500,000 Daltons.
Ultrafiltration membranes are available in many different configurations, including hollow fiber, tubular, flat sheet, and spiral-wound. When total suspended solids are mostly removed with pre-filtration, spiral-wound ultrafiltration elements are preferred choices because they provide a balanced combination of active membrane area density, physical durability, membrane life, and unit cost.
Synder Filtration currently offers twenty-two different molecular weight cut-offs and sizes for spiral wound ultrafiltration elements, available in both sanitary and industrial grades. With molecular weight cut-offs ranging from 1,000 – 500,000Da and membranes available in both PES and PVDF polymer materials, Synder’s ultrafiltration membranes offer great flexibility and pore selectivity. More information can be found in our sanitary and industrial catalogs.
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*MAX (High Temperature/High pH) Models Also Available
1Only Available In Industrial Grade
Synder’s sanitary ultrafiltration spiral-wound elements are compliant with FDA (CFR Title 21), USDA 3-A (Sanitary Standards No. 45-02) and are designed for a variety of sanitary and industrial applications, such as:
- Whey Protein Concentrate/Isolate concentration
- Milk protein concentration/standardizing
- Brine clarification
- Casein/Whey Fractionation
- Enzyme/protein concentration
- Endotoxin & pyrogen removal
- Antibiotics production
- Blood plasma processing
- Gelatin concentration & purification
- Plant extract processing
- Corn wet milling
- Fruit juice concentration
- Electrocoat painting
- Industrial wastewater treatment
Synder can create custom spiral wound elements and provide membrane development services for specific application processes upon request. Please contact us to find out more. You will receive a personal response from one of our team members within 24 hours.
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