According to the company, consolidation will increase capacity, efficiency and logistics for all membrane manufacturing.
UF it closes the mass balance of the process while producing rinse waters from the electrocoat paint bath, often resulting in 95 percent or higher transfer efficiencies with no net water addition.
Koch Membrane Systems, a developer and manufacturer of innovative membranes and filtration systems, introduces its 10-inch-diameter KPAK ultrafiltration module for the electrocoat paint industry.
The Fluid Systems Roga line of cellulose acetate membranes from Koch Membrane Systems treat industrial and municipal wastewater where greater fouling resistance is key.
Koch Membrane Systems is offering a new brochure detailing the company’s products and capabilities for electrocoat paint process applications and wastewater treatment.
The KPAK 10-inch UF module consists of a spiral-wound membrane element containing 462 sq. ft. (42.9 m2) of membrane area, which is double that of the 8-inch KPAK module that has been available for several years.
The 10-inch diameter KPAK™ ultrafiltration module for the electrocoat industry is designed to offer increased efficiencies that significantly reduce required floor space, installation time and operating costs.
The KPAK™ 8” Ultrafiltration (UF) module for electrocoat paint applications, equipped with easy-to-use connections, is said to be ideal for use in a electrocoating system or as a replacement in existing equipment.
The KPAK™ Ultrafiltration Module has been selected by a major U.S. auto manufacturer for its updated production line.
Please visit: Koch Membrane Systems, Inc.
850 Main St.
Wilmington, MA 01887 US