Membrane Technology

Water is the means of life on our planet and required by every living being from plants to humans. But people need clean water. Getting it is often not easy. The lack of a source of clean freshwater leads to its deficiency and dangerous diseases. One of the modern methods of obtaining clean drinking water for the home is membrane technologies. They allow you to trap macromolecules of substances that cause diseases and even death. Such water is safe to drink - it contains few impurities and salts.

However, installing additional equipment at home is a big problem. Not everyone can afford to buy purification units or portable filters. But everything is simplified thanks to membrane technologies. Now, mankind has a chance for freshwater without interruption.

Membrane technology removes various impurities and impurities, making the water safe to drink. However, installations that are too large are quite expensive. Our company offers affordable water purification devices. Our experts can advise you on all issues of interest.

What is Membrane Technology?

A healthy lifestyle begins with drinking clean drinking water. To lose extra pounds or improve health, doctors and nutritionists insist on drinking enough fluids. Powerful filters can deal with drinking-water supplies, but they are expensive to install. A more acceptable solution is water membrane technology. The water in a regular water supply system is far from being of the highest quality. It contains:

  • salt;
  • rust;
  • chlorine;
  • microorganisms that cause bacterial and infectious diseases.

Such devices provide almost demineralized water, retaining up to 99% of all pollutants. This cleaning system is a special filter plate that retains harmful impurities. A membrane that allows water molecules to pass through, removes heavy metal ions, sulfates, chlorides, and other inorganic substances from the solution, as well as pesticides, viruses, etc.

Where is Membrane Technology Used?

Our company offers reliable and convenient membrane water treatment systems. They are cheaper and easier to install. Clean water of high quality is required by many enterprises. The costs of obtaining pure water are much lower than during its distillation and other types of filtration. Similar installations are applied in many areas:

  • medicine;
  • pharmaceuticals;
  • desalination;
  • food industry;
  • industrial use water for electrical appliances.

This method is one of the most optimal in terms of the combination of water quality and resources spent on it. You can buy membrane water purification systems for your home or business from us.

Varieties of Membrane Filter Designs

Membrane filtration technology is the filtration of water using a membrane. The contaminated liquid is passing through many tiny pores. They are so miniature that they are not visible to the naked eye. After cleaning, all impurities remain outside, and only pure water passes further. This technology is used for filtering water from mechanical and organic impurities, bacteria, and viruses, for separating solutions, softening water, cleaning effluents, and producing sterile liquids.

The quality of water treatment directly depends on the material of the membrane technology. The material could be the following:

  • the polymer of natural origin;
  • synthetic polymers;
  • ceramic materials;
  • biological materials;
  • composite materials;
  • silicate glasses.

Thus, you get a clean, drinkable liquid.

Features of the Technique

There are two main methods of membrane technology purification, depending on the direction of movement of the liquid and the use of filter material:

  1. Direct method - molecules of the original liquid gradually flow through microscopic holes, and impurities are retained on the filter. As a result, a crystal clear liquid accumulates in one vessel, and water, the level of pollution of which is much lower than the initial one, accumulates in the one connected to it.
  2. Reverse - when the membrane is used as a separator between dirty and clean liquids. Under the influence of pressure, the direction of the contaminated solution changes, and the water passes through the holes, being cleaned of foreign particles (reverse osmosis filters).

Semipermeable membranes are recognized as the most practical. The design of their passage holes is designed to ensure free passage of water molecules in only one direction and to prevent their reverse movement.

Often in front of the membranes, additional filters are installed for primary cleaning from large particles. This step helps to extend the life of the materials, avoid damage, and rupture. At the outlet, special cartridges are installed, which are responsible for enriching the liquid with minerals - this helps to improve the taste and color.

Diaphragm System Maintenance

One of the advantages of installing such a filter is that it needs to be changed every three years. After a while, dirt and bacteria settle on the plate. Its permeability decreases, the quality of the water decreases.

Convenience is that there is no need to remove the filter. The membrane can be cleaned underwater pressure with a temperature of no more than 40 degrees. If the contamination is too strong, it is better to call a specialist.

The Main Advantages of Filters

The membrane technology benefits include:

  • ease of use;
  • long service life;
  • ease of maintenance (no need to regularly remove the membrane and try to clean it yourself);
  • high taste characteristics of the purified liquid;
  • the harmlessness of the resulting water;
  • preservation of substances useful for the body (salts, trace elements);
  • application versatility.

If you are interested in purchasing a membrane filter for your home, summer cottage, office, or industrial use, we suggest you leave a request right now, as well as get detailed advice on what membrane technology is, its installation, and operation process from our managers. The cost is calculated individually, depending on the size and power of the device.


  • Treating industrial-use water for purification and recycling industrial-use water, as well as recovering recyclables
  • Separating dissolved and undissolved organic macromolecules and particulate components
  • Collecting usable materials such as blood, modified starch, thickeners, organic residuals, and O/W emulsions
  • Clarification of aqueous solutions
  • Decreasing costs and optimizing production processes

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