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What is Membrane Filtration?

What is Membrane Filtration?

Submitted by • July 2, 2018 www.starlabscientific.com

Membrane filtration is a screening process related to membrane aperture size, driven by the pressure difference on both sides of the membrane, membrane as the filter medium, under certain pressure, when the original fluid flow through the membrane surface, the membrane surface with many tiny pores allow only water and small molecules through and become the liquid, and the substancesin the original fluidare greater than the membrane surface micro aperture, so they were trapped in the beginning side of the membrane, thus achieve the purpose of separation and enrichment of original fluid.
Membrane filtration technology is starting to be used frequently in all kinds of devices, especially in devices such as gas-liquid filters.
The classification of membrane filtration technology in practical application.

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