Our Organophic Ceramic Membrane

Molecular Filtration, Inc. organophobic ceramic membranes combines innovative design features and unique materials of construction to provide the maximum organic rejection and ions (heavy metal) rejection in conjuction with our proprietary chemical intervention (Chemical Injection) in the feed water that provides superb capabilities to separate organics in comparison to the conventional ceramic membrane process. 

Due to its combines innovative design features and unique materials of construction to provide the maximum organic rejection and ions (heavy metal) rejection in conjuction with our proprietary chemical intervention (Chemical Injection) in the feed water, we make separation of organics by size exclusion, simple. We reject organics and ions (heavy metal) rejection by nature of our science.

 

The unique organophobic ceramic membranes combines innovative design features and unique materials of construction to provide the maximum organic rejection and ions (heavy metal) rejection in conjuction with our proprietary chemical intervention (Chemical Injection) in the feed water, allows the utilization of large and small -diameter pore size, which translates to higher permeate flows and a smaller footprint of installed equipment.

 

 

 

 

Why our ceramic membranes are superior?

Our combine innovative design features and unique materials of construction to provide the maximum organic rejection and ions (heavy metal) rejection in conjuction with our proprietary chemical intervention (Chemical Injection) in the feed water, gives us the ability to reject organics. The fact that bacteria, virus and any organic form is rejected from the surface or our ceramic membrane, makes us unique in the field of filtration. 

Conventional processes will suffer from bio-fouling after a period of time when processing fluids with a high content of organics.  Our proprietary chemical intervention (Chemical Injection) in the feed water prevents the early biofouling of the membrane and extend the chemical cleaning cycles.

 

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Absolute Removal of: Microorganisms, Bacteria and Viruses

Microbiological contamination of water has long been a concern to the public. From the 1920's-1960's, the bacillus which causes typhoid fever was considered a major problem in the water supply. Once it was eradicated, new microbes were present to take its place. In parts of the United States, concern is inreasing due to outbreaks of coliform bacteria, giardiasis, cryptosporidiosis, and hepatitis A. Some of these are bacteria, while others are viruses or protozoa. If you are on a public water supply system, and you are concerned about the possibility of microbial contamination, contact your water company. If you use a private water supply, have your water tested by a reputable lab. Treatments do exist for microbial contamination, but, it is important to know what is present before treatment is begun.