Synder Introduces New NFS™ Membrane for Sulfate Removal Applications
Synder Filtration is pleased to introduce NFS™, a nanofiltration membrane, specially formulated to deliver superior sulfate rejection in fast growing applications such as water flood injection processes in the oil and gas industry. In seawater, sulfate ions interact with barium and strontium, resulting in scale formation that significantly reduces process output and efficiency. Nanofiltration is a proven separation technology in sulfate removal, and with the NFSTM membrane, a 30% increase in efficiency and potential reduction in NF system footprint is possible.
NFSTM provides a consistent, average sulfate rejection of 99.5% and surpasses the leading competitor in terms of both sulfate rejection and permeate flux in ASTM synthetic seawater tests (see Fig. 1). Consistent with characteristics of other Synder Filrtation nanofiltration membranes, NFSTM exhibits stable flux, consistent rejection, and high mechanical strength and integrity as well as excellent pH, temperature, and fouling resistance.
With over 25 years of experience in the membrane filtration industry, Synder continues to focus on specialty process applications. The addition of NFSTM to Synder’s membrane offering provides even greater flexibility in separation process development. As a financially independent membrane manufacturer, Synder invests heavily in R&D, application development, and exceptional lead times and responsiveness.
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