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The system is planned to reduce fixing and function expenses and is capable of gathering a broad series of plant capacity for innovative installations and key improvement applications.
Up to 28 L40N-type membrane modules made of robust resources and reusable housings can be pooled on a sole MemRack component, which combine feed, air, filtrate and waste headers into one gathering. The completely collected, self-supporting racks are then assorted to structure functional arrays. Piping links on the ends of the racks makes installation easy.
Device of MemRack array s makes effective hydraulic use for least pressure loss to enhance fluid allocation giving extra firm filtration. These arrays can adjust in standard-size shipping containers for operation worldwide.
The central part of the CP II system is the L40N membrane unit. The L40N uses latest Memcor ultrafiltration membrane fibers that more than double the surface area of past Memcor modules. Commenced in 2010, the N fiber gives improved scrape confrontation and superior outcome to its users.
The CP II process design cuts down backwash duration compared to previous Memcor CP units and amplifies system up time and output.
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