Toray RO Membrane – ROMEMBRA®
TORAY first began producing Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration spiral wound membrane elements in 1967
Today, our product line includes a full range of state-of-the-art
cross-linked polyamide composite membranes manufactured under ISO-9001
Toray Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Elements
TORAY first began producing Reverse Osmosis and
Nanofiltration spiral wound membrane elements in 1967, starting With
cellulose acetate membrane elements. Today, our product line includes a
full range of state-of-the-art cross-linked polyamide composite
membranes manufactured under ISO-9001 certification.
More than 30 years of production experience, thousands of
high-performing RO plants throughout the world are the foundation of the
excellent reputation that TORAY membrane products have.
SU / TM series: Comparison
Toray offers most of its standard 8″ elements with a
new flush cut design. The anti-telescoping device (ATD) on new TM
elements provides improved face-to-face contact for hydraulic loading,
providing more uniform distribution of the loads.
These new flush-cut elements are fully compatible with many other
elements in the industry. With its new flush-cut elements, Toray has set
its sights on how internal sealing is done, thus ensuring the highest
degree of integral sealing between elements within the pressure vessel.
Pumping, piping & storage
Membrane – Spare Parts
Toray recommends you to replace spare parts such as rubber fixing gaskets periodically in order to provide you excellent permeate water at all time. Below shown are the most common spare parts available from Toray. Please contact us for the details of the specifications and a number of the spare parts required for each MBR module.
Membranes for Dairy, Food, Beverage, and Pharmaceutical Applications
Toray Membranes for Dairy
Filtration & membranes
Toray MBR Membrane – MEMBRAY®
oray's Membrane Bioreactor (MBR) process is a combination of biological wastewater treatment and membrane filtration. Biodegradable pollution is reduced using bacteria and microorganisms. Following biological treatment