Nanostone Water Inc’s Ceramic Ultrafiltration Module Receives NSF/ANSI Standard 61 and NSF/ANSI Standard 372 Certification
The NSF/ANSI 61/372 certified ceramic UF membrane from Nanostone Water is a revolutionary high surface area pressurized monolith style module with greatly improved permeate flow efficiency and lower energy consumption versus currently available ceramic ultrafiltration membranes. The patented design uses multiple rows of channels in flat sheet segments and incorporates multiple segments inside a pressure vessel similar to those used with polymeric hollow fiber membranes. Together with the improved energy efficiency, the high surface area and unique segmented construction drastically reduces cost of ownership, making systems using Nanostone’s ceramic UF module competitive with polymeric UF/MF systems.
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About Nanostone Water
Nanostone Water manufactures a unique high surface area ceramic ultrafiltration membrane module for municipal water/wastewater treatment and industrial makeup water applications. Headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, the company has ceramic manufacturing operations in Halberstadt, Germany.(www.nanostone.com)
Filtration & membranes
What if an ultrafiltration membrane provided…
3 to 10 times higher flux than other membranes
Filtration & membranes
CM-151TM Technical Data Sheet
Nanostone Water's CM-151 ceramic UF is the next generation membrane for industrial and municipal water treatment and water reuse. It comprises near-inert ceramic materials and specifically selected non-ceramic materials in a unique design and manufacturing technology to provide the inherent robustness of ceramics at a capital cost comparable or better than polymerics. The result is a more reliable