Ultrafiltration is a technology that is used to filter out all small undissolved particles from water. Ultrafiltration is a membrane-based technique. The inside of the membrane acts as a very fine sieve, with a pore size of 0.015 to 0.03 μm.
The water is pushed through these pores with a pressure of about 29 psi or above.
The membranes have an open foam structure. This results in a very low resistance with a higher flux and a better reduction result. In addition, the membrane has a high chemical and biological resistance and a very high mechanical stability.
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