Ceramic Membranes

Benefits of Using Ceramic Membranes for Industrial Wastewater Applications

Benefits of Using Ceramic Membranes for Industrial Wastewater Applications  There are several membrane filtration technologies available on the market for industrial wastewater treatment.  Most of the membranes available on the market today have a polymeric barrier, but ceramic membranes are becoming more readily available for many Industrial Wastewater applications. Membrane selection for industrial Wastewater applications can…

Introducing the CERA~DUR 1 Series

Introducing the CERA~DUR 1 Series So, what’s so special about our CERA~DUR 1 Series? Simply put, it’s the most cost-effective ceramic hollow fiber solution on the market today. Of course, it provides all the typical benefits of ceramic membranes, such as withstanding higher temperatures and a higher chemical resistance. The CERA~DUR 1 Series was specifically…

Join i2m at the International Water Conference 2018

Ceramic Hollow Fiber Membrane Technology for Industrial Wastewater Treatment in Recycle/Reuse Applications The International Water Conference is an annual event organized by the Engineers’ Society of Western Pennsylvania, which will be taking place November 4-6. The goal of the event is to bring together industry professionals in the technical forum setting. The commercial-free discussions allow…

Electroplating

ELECTROPLATING PILOT STUDY Application Electroplating is a widely used process across many industries. Electroplating companies create wastewater containing heavy metals and activated carbon particles which cannot be directly discharged or sent to the local POTW without proper treatment. The challenge is that the wastewater contains very high suspended solids, and the polymeric membranes currently in…

man with beer, brewery wastewater

Anaerobic Digester

Anaerobic Digester Pilot Study Application On average, a brewery will produce 3 barrels of wastewater for each barrel brewed. Brewery wastewater includes high biochemical oxygen demand (BOD), high chemical oxygen demand (COD) and high total suspended solids (TSS), which cannot be disposed to the public sewer system when produced in high quantity. A common way…

CERA~DUR pilot skid of vibratory wastewater treatment

Vibratory Wastewater

VIBRATORY WASTEWATER CASE STUDY Application: Rinse water from vibratory finishing processes contains heavy metals, chemicals and oil & grease. The wastewater cannot be discharged into the public sewer system, and requires to either be disposed of with specialized waste management companies or be treated onsite. Waste management companies are very expensive, thus used by companies…

Algae Dewatering

ALGAE DEWATERING PILOT STUDY Application: Nutrient (nitrogen and phosphorus) pollution is one of America’s most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems, stated The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Consequently, wastewater containing high amounts of nutrients cannot be disposed without first being treated. Current means to remove nutrients involve the use of chemicals and additional…