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First of all, I would like to introduce what is TIPS technology. Introduction to Thermally Induced Phase Separation Thermally Induced Phase Separation (TIPS) is the abbreviation for Thermally Induced Phase Separation. It is a new method for the preparation of polymeric microporous membranes proposed Read More
What is the maximum allowable downtime without system flushing?If the system uses scale inhibitor, when the water temperature is between 20 and 38°C, about 4 hours; below 20°C, about 8 hours; if the system does not use scale inhibitor, about 1 day.Can the reverse osmosis pure water system be started Read More
Ultrafiltration membranes are polymeric semi-permeable membranes used in the ultrafiltration process to separate polymeric colloids or suspended particles of a certain size from the solution. Driven by pressure, the membrane pore size is 1 to 100nm and is an asymmetric membrane type. The pore densit Read More
Project story.Frank is the boss of a lodge in South Africa. He was looking for advice and a quotation for a water treatment plant which can treat 5000 lt/hr of drinkable water extracted from a river.At the beginning, he just let me quote. But i told him that we can not quote you without the raw wate Read More
The principle of ultrafiltration water treatment is a membrane separation and filtration technique using a certain pressure difference as the driving force, UF ultrafiltration membrane modules are mostly made of polymeric materials. Most suitable for the separation and thickening of solutes in solut Read More
Ultrafiltration (UF) technology is a membrane separation technology between microfiltration and nanofiltration, with an average pore size of 3~100 nm, and has the function of purification, separation and concentration of solutions. Its retention mechanism mainly consists of membrane sieving and elec Read More
PTFE (Polytetrafluoroethylene, trade name "Teflon", commonly known as "King of Plastics") was discovered in 1932 by Dr. Roy Plunkett, who came to the United States after graduating from DuPont to work on organic fluorine. In the summer of 1938, he discovered the white powder polymer polytetrafluoroe Read More