Microfiltration Systems Remove Inorganic, Organic, Heavy Metal Contaminants

These systems can be more efficient and reliable than conventional treatment methods, according to the company.

Water and Wastewater Equipment’s tubular crossflow microfiltration membrane systems are designed to remove selected inorganic, organic and heavy metal contaminants to meet regulatory compliance and water recycling objectives. Two process steps are critical to the success of a microfiltration system operation: first, chemical pretreatment to convert the contaminants of concern into filterable particulates and to mitigate fouling effects; and second, physical separation of the particles by membrane microfiltration. These systems can be more efficient and reliable than conventional treatment methods, according to the company.