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Versatile to Suit Different Industries
Removes: Heavy Metal, Bacteria, Virus, Suspended SolidsBenefits: Mineral in Treated Water – Good For Health
Removes: Soluble Dye, Divalent Salts, Organic CompoundsBenefits: Monovalent Salt – Water recycle to reduce the salt usage
Removes: Silica & Sulphates, Hardness, Chlorides , TDS & OthersBenefits: Less Mineral – Avoid acidic water, reduce piping corrosion
Removes: Colour, Enzyme, Heavy Metal , Virus& Bacteria, SSBenefits: Solvent Recycle, Less Heat, No Chemical, Pure natural
Removes: Hardness, Organic Matters, Chlorides, TDS & Others Benefits: High Recovery, Less Energy Consumption, Less Scaling & Fouling
3E-NF20 HF membrane system aims to retain salt concentration while remove organics and ammonia
Singapore is the world's largest exporter of ornamental fish. Direct discharge of aquaculture wastewater will create adverse effect on the ecosystem. Singapore government is rolling out a plan to move all outdoor fish farms to indoor multi-storey fish farms. In order to achieve this goal, the government encourages the adoption of new technologies to reduce the cost of aquaculture wastewater reuse, which can reduce the water consumption and the cost of indoor fish farming.
Aquarium Iwarna Marine Ornamental Fish used 3E-NF20 to recycle its aquaculture wastewater. This project was supported by Enterprise Singapore, Ngee Ann Polytechnic and Singapore Fish Culture Association.
3E-NF60 membrane system aims to remove surfactants from wastewater
Laundry water accounts for at least 20% of portable water consumption. Laundry wastewater from large-scale laundry factories could cause problems for wastewater treatment plants when directly discharged into sewer. Many European and American countries stipulate that laundry wastewater cannot be directly discharged, and have formulated the reuse index of laundry wastewater.
3E worked with Hydrasyst - a well-known industrial wastewater treatment company in Europe and America, to supply our membranes for a laundry wastewater treatment and reuse project.
3E-200NF10A membrane system aims to remove organics from secondary effluent while achieve high recovery rate
While water scarcity becomes a pressing issue, there is a huge demand to recycle wastewater into process water. Secondary effluent is a potential source for water recycling after removing organics and salt. Water recovery is often limited by UF’s capability of removing organics and therefore severe biofouling in RO, which in turn impairs the economical feasibility of water recycling projects.
Shandong Kytoland Watertech used our membrane as a pre-treatment to RO membranes.
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