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Tubular Membrane Module

Tubular Membrane Module

General Information

Tubular membrane module is a module made of tubular membrane, which has super high anti-fouling properties and are widely applied in highly polluted wastewater.
Tubular membrane modules are pressurized modules, which are designed and manufactured for the filtration in industrial wastewater, landfill leachate and other critical applications. These UF modules are made of upgraded new generation tubular membrane with extra permeability and service life.
Tubular membrane modules are applied in new systems, as well as directly connected to existing UF systems as replacements, providing high-quality permeate by removing suspended solids and other impurities to protect downstream processes or discharge.


New generation tubular membranes of PES, PVDF and PEK
Inner diameter from 5 to 25 mm
Inside-to-outside flow direction
Different pore sizes for various applications
Multiple options for membrane diameter
Good anti-fouling performance
CPVC and FRP housings


Standardized design for easy installation
High-quality permeate
Less energy needed by extra high permeability
Longer service life by high fouling resistance and mechanical strength
Economical module for direct replacement
Surface water
Pre-treatment RO and NF
Drinking and process water production
Effluent treatment
Membrane bioreactor
Industrial wastewater
Landfill leachate
Oil-in-water emulsions treatment
Completion fluids in Oilfield
Other applications of microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF), nanofiltration (NF), pervaporation (PV), and vapor permeation (VP)
Operating Limits:
Maximum temperature: 65°C (149°F)
Maximum feed pressure: 8 bar (800 kPa)
Maximum trans-membrane pressure: -0.6 - 6 bar (-60 - 600 kPa)
pH-Continuous operation @25°C: 0 - 14
Chlorine exposure: 250,000 ppm·h
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