Ultrafiltration: Flat Sheet Membranes
Ultrafiltration membranes have a molecular weight cut-off range of 1,000 to 500,000Da. These types of membranes have the ability to reject large macromolecules and proteins, and are widely applied throughout the dairy, food & beverage, biotech, and pharmaceutical industries.
In certain high solids applications, flat sheet ultrafiltration membranes provide excellent performance (membrane life vs. operating cost). Unlike hollow fiber membranes, flat sheet ultrafiltration membranes have a strong support material in which the polymeric membrane layer is rooted that increases physical durability substantially.
Synder Filtration offers a comprehensive line of both dry and wet ultrafiltration flat sheet membrane available in a wide range of molecular weight cut-offs. With product sizes ranging from one square foot to thousands of linear feet, Synder can supply UF flat sheet membranes for process research, pilot testing, spiral element winding, and for use in plate & frame membrane systems.
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*MAX (High Temperature/High pH) Models Also Available
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Synder typically holds a large inventory of flat sheet membrane rolls in order to provide our customers with the fastest possible lead times. We take pride in our ability to provide timely, knowledgeable, and friendly service, and aim to do business the right way.
Ultrafiltration flat sheet membranes may also be provided in specific die cut patterns after an initial feasibility assessment is completed by Synder’s experienced technical staff. In addition, Synder offers a membrane development program for custom membranes uniquely designed for specialty processing applications.
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- Pressure-Driven Membrane Filtration Processes
- Concentration Polarization in Pressure-Driven Processes
- Degrees of Membrane Separation
- Flux Behavior in Membrane Processes