Electro Coating is a water intensive coating process that uses electrical current to adhere paint to a number of products ranging from automobiles, household appliances and host of other products with electrically conductive surfaces. For pre-treatment rinsing and water recycling applications, a reliable ultrafiltration (UF) membrane is critical to maintaining paint and water quality over time. Our PV400 is the most versatile UF membrane, and a proven choice for both anionic and cationic paint production.
Our membranes are available in a wide range of spiral wound element configurations to meet your specifications as a direct drop-in replacement or retrofit. For new systems, we offer the Unidesign element kit specifically designed for Electro Coating applications.
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The Unidesign Module
- Longer e-coat production cycles
- Easy to service, assemble and disassemble
- Excellent output quality
- Lower cost than traditional drop-in module designs
Our specially designed Unidesign module allows for longer e-coat production cycles and element assembly/disassembly in less than 10 minutes.
Available in both 8” and 10” diameter sizes, the streamlined Unidesign module has two connections and do not require special housing, flanges or pumps to retrofit your existing system.
Our experienced engineers are eager to help you find the right solution to fit your need.
Please contact us directly for more information about the Unidesign module or any of our membranes for electrocoating applications.
Dairy applications range from milk and whey protein concentration, fat removal and casein concentration, to brine clarification.
We offer Polyethersulfone (PES) membranes in the ultrafiltration (UF) cut-off range. In the Dairy industry, these membranes are used for milk & whey protein concentration and diafiltration applications.
While proper membrane selection needs to consider several application specific factors, most microfiltration (MF) requirements for de-fatting, casein concentration and brine clarification are met with Polyvinylidene fluoride (PVDF) materials.
Our polymeric membranes are available in a wide range of spiral wound element configurations to meet your specifications to upgrade an existing system or for a new system design.