Microfiltration: Flat Sheet Membranes
Synder offers flat sheet Microfiltration membranes for all membrane types that are currently available. Standard sizes are 12″ x 12″ and 1m x 1m, but custom sizes and flat sheet rolls are also available upon request. Flat sheet membranes are commonly purchased for small-scale lab testing to determine which cut-off is most appropriate for each given application, as they are easy to install and use with a test unit.
Microfiltration membranes have a molecular weight cut-off range of 0.08 to 0.2µ. MF membranes have the ability to rejection large macromolecules, which are useful in the separation of fat and microbes throughout the dairy industry.
In certain high solids applications, flat sheet microfiltration membrane provide excellent performance and membrane life vs. operating cost. Unlike hollow fiber membranes, flat sheet membranes have a very strong support material in which the polymeric membrane layer is rooted to that greatly increases physical durability.
Synder Filtration offers a complete line of dry and wet microfiltration flat sheet membranes. With product sizes ranging from one square foot to tens of thousands of linear feet, Synder can supply flat sheet MF membranes for process research, pilot testing, spiral element winding, and for use in plate & frame membrane systems.
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Synder holds a large inventory of flat sheet rolls in order to provide our customers with the fastest lead times possible.
Microfiltration flat sheet membranes can also be made in custom and standard die cut patterns after a feasibility assessment is completed by Synder’s experienced technical staff. Please contact us for more information. You will receive a personal response from one of our experienced team members within 24 hours!
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- Membrane Materials: Organic vs. Inorganic
- Pressure-Driven Membrane Filtration Processes
- Concentration Polarization in Pressure-Driven Processes
- Degrees of Membrane Separation
- Flux Behavior in Membrane Processes