Microdyn Nadir - The art to clear solutions.
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Basics

Dead-End Filtration 

During dead-end filtration the solution to be filtered passes the membrane surface orthogonally and not parallelly as with crossflow filtration.

The particles in the feed are being rejected by the membrane and pile up on the membrane surface. This accumulation is called cover layer or cake layer. The cake layer grows in the course of the filtration cycle resulting in an increase of the feed pressure.

 

Water and wastewater treatment with dead-end filtration

 

In contrast to the crossflow filtration the formation of a cover layer is fostered during dead-end filtration. Therefore, not only the pore size of the membrane but also the cover layer are determining factors for the effective retention of solids and bacteria.

 

High recovery rate at stable operation with AQUADYN® modules

 

Flexible cleaning strategies lead to an efficient operation of the membrane modules. They can either be flushed forward with raw water (forward flush) or backwards (backflush) with permeate. Additionally, the forward flush and the backflush can be enhanced with an air scouring. With AQUADYN® high recovery rates at stable operation can be achieved. 

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