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Microfiltration is a kind of microporous membrane made of cellulose or macromolecule materials. Its uniform pore size is used to intercept particles, bacteria and colloids in water so that they can not be removed through the membrane. This microporous membrane filtration technology, also known as granular density filtration technology, can filter micron or nanometer particles and bacteria.
Ultrafiltration Principle: Ultrafiltration is a pressurized membrane separation technology, that is to say, under certain pressure, small molecule solutes and solvents pass through a special membrane with a certain pore size, so that large molecule solutes can not pass through and remain on the side of the membrane, so that macromolecule substances can be partially purified. Ultrafiltration is also a principle of membrane separation process. Ultrafiltration micropore is less than 0.01 micron, which can completely remove harmful substances such as bacteria, rust, colloid and retain the original trace elements and minerals in water.
Ultrafiltration Membrane: It is a kind of microporous filtration membrane with uniform pore size and nominal pore size ranging from 0.001 to 0.02 micron. Ultrafiltration membranes can be divided into inorganic membranes and organic membranes according to different membrane materials. Inorganic membranes are mainly ceramic membranes and metal membranes. Organic membranes are mainly made of polymer materials, such as polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF), polyethersulfone (PES), polypropylene (PP), polyethylene (PE), polyacrylonitrile (PAN), polyvinyl chloride (PVC), etc.
Ultrafiltration water purifier: The water produced by Ultrafiltration water purifier can not only completely remove the harmful substances such as bacteria, rust and colloid, but also retain the original trace elements and minerals in the water to supplement our daily needs. Such water is not only safer than boiled water, but also healthier than pure water. To a certain extent, it can really meet our daily drinking water and water demand.
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