NM-UF-2860 Ultrafiltration Modules
The Hinada Ultrafiltration (UF) modules are made from high strength, hollow fiber membranes that have excellent features and benefits:
- 06 µm nominal pore diameter for removal of bacteria, viruses, and particulates including colloids to protect downstream processes such as RO
- PVDF polymeric hollow fibers for high strength and chemical resistance allows long membrane life
- Hydrophilic PVDF fibers for easy cleaning and wettability that help maintain long term performance
- Outside In flow configuration for high tolerance to feed solids that help reduce the need for pretreatment processes
- U-PVC housing, helping to eliminate the need for costly pressure vessels
This module is an ideal choice for systems with capacities greater than 20 m3/hr (88 gpm). The larger, 9 inch diameter module offers the highest effective membrane area of the Hinada UF modules, which contributes to a more economical membrane system design. The shorter, 60 inch length module offers higher efficiencies over a wider range of feed water conditions compared to longer length modules.
Hinada Ultrafiltration Modules can be used for a wide variety of treatment applications such as surface water, seawater, industrial wastewaters, and secondary effluent wastewater.
Operating Parameters of NM-UF-2860 Ultrafiltration Modules
|Item||SI units||US units|
|Filtrate Flux @ 25ºC||40-120 l/m2/ hr||24-70 gfd|
|Flow range||2.0 – 6.1 m3/hr||9.2 – 26.7 gpm|
|Max. inlet module pressure (@ 20ºC)||6.25 bar||93.75 psi|
|Max. operating TMP||2.1 bar||30 psi|
|Max operating air scour flow||12 nm3/hr||7.1 scfm|
|Max backwash pressure||2.5 bar||36 psi|
|Operating pH||2- 11|
|NaOCl (max.)||2,000 mg/L|
|TSS (max.)||100 mg/L|
|Turbidity (max.)||300 ntu|
|Particle size (max.)||300 µ|
|Flow configuration||Outside in, dead end flow|
|Expected filtrate turbidity||≤0.1 NTU|
|Expected filtrate SDI||≤2.5|
Proper start-up of a UF system is essential to prepare the membranes for operating service and to prevent membrane damage. Following the proper start-up sequence also helps ensure that system operating parameters conform to design specifications so that system water quality and productivity goals can be achieved. Before initiating system start-up procedures, membrane pretreatment, installation of the membrane modules, instrument calibration and other system checks should be completed. Please refer to the product technical manual or contact with Hinada Water Treatment.
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