Chemical Dosing Pump

Chemical Dosing Pump

A dosing pump, which is a positive displacement pump, is designed to inject a chemical or another substance into a flow of water, gas, or steam. Dosing pumps, which are typically small, provide an extremely precise flow rate for maximum control. They are the central part of an integrated dosing system designed for the automatic dispersion of chemicals. This dosing definition applies to a wide range of applications and industries, from wastewater treatment to food processing.

 

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PURELINEDiaphragm Pump
PRIUSEMECDiaphragm Pump

HOLLOW FIBER ULTRAFILTRATION (UF) MEMBRANE

Pureline Hollow Fiber is a Modified PAN based membrane, which has high fouling resistant characteristics . Pureline has implied a sponge-like structure so that the hollow fiber membrane shows a high tensile strength and long durability. The pore gets bigger from the feed side to the permeate, making the membrane resistance at minimum levels while causing the membrane to have a high velocity of filtering. Membrane thickness, which remains constant in all direction, has a high pressure resistance. The slick membrane surface not only has a high fouling resistance, but also effectively removes microorganisms & suspended solids.

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