The difference between conventional PVDF Membrane and Reinforced PVDF Membrane-Hinada
A: Could we know what’s the difference between conventional PVDF Membrane and Reinforced PVDF Membrane?
B: The conventional PVDF Membrane is NIPS Hollow fibers made by pure PVDF non-solvent; And reinforced PVDF Membrane use Knits PET fibers as supporting layer, coating the NIPS PVDF non-solvent on it.
Both types of hollow fibers have good hydrophilia and anti-pollution features.
The big difference between these two hollow fibers is the reinforced hollow fibers can bear great Pull pressure, reach 200 N, and are non-broken off.
But good conventional PVDF elongation at break 25%. And conventional PVDF hollow fiber’s spongy layer will be thicker with a uniform well-distribution pore size.