UF/RO Membrane

Reverse osmosis (RO) and ultrafiltration(UF) are two of the most potent and effective water filtration technologies available today. There are several significant distinctions between the two systems, despite the fact that both RO and UF have outstanding filtration capabilities. Each system has its own advantages and disadvantages, ranging from mineral retention to ease of installation and operation

In an RO system, 95–98% of inorganic dissolved material is separated from the water molecule by a semipermeable membrane. The UF system filters out solid waste and micro contaminants using a hollow fiber membrane. The UF system refers to a mechanical filter that can remove particles as small as 0.025 microns from water.

Reverse osmosis is a molecular separation technique, whereas ultrafiltration is a filtering device. Both of these filtration systems are available to you from Brother Filtration.

Wide range of operating conditions

Wide range of operating conditions

PH stability

PH stability

High desalination rate

High desalination rate

Resistance of bacterial growth

Resistance of bacterial growth

UF/RO Membrane

Two of the most potent and successful water filtration technologies available are reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration. Although RO and UF both have excellent filtration capabilities, there are important variations between the two technologies.

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We can provide you with not only high-quality UF/RO membrane replacement for top brands but also professional technical support, fast shipping time, and complete after-sales service. Our goal is to make the whole process worry-free for our customers.

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Features of a UF/RO Membrane

Both are also membrane filtration, and both filtration methods result in liquids of relatively high purity. As the most popular filtration technologies on the market, they can be used in a wide variety of situations.

  • Suitable for wide range of operating conditions
  • Great performance at lower pressures
  • Excellent structure and pH stability
  • Resistance of bacterial growth
  • High desalination rateand membrane flux rate
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What does the UF/RO membrane actually filter out?

The distinction between RO and UF is the size of the filtering pores.

A RO membrane’s filtering pores are so small that they may even remove salt molecules from water. Reverse osmosis is used to get rid of the majority of dissolved minerals in water. Because they want their drinking water to be as free of minerals, salts, and total dissolved solids as possible, many people choose this.

The UF membrane has larger pores than the RO membrane and cannot filter out salt molecules. The filtering pores in the UF membrane, however, are still smaller than the viruses, the tiniest of living organisms.Salts and dissolved solids are not eliminated by ultrafiltration. Only solid particle matter, and only on a very small scale, will be filtered out using ultrafiltration.

After understanding the characteristics of both, we believe you know which filtration system is more suitable for your needs. Brother Filtration always provides you with high standard and high-quality solutions.

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Brother Filtration has provided quality liquid filtration products to process industries around the world. From pre-filtration to final – and from low capacity to high – when you think purity, think Brother Filtration.

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