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This is a short introductory video for the Nanostone Water, Inc. ceramic membrane. It highlights the key applications and benefits of the Nanostone ceramic membrane technology.
A chemical refinery located in Qinghai China operated a non-biological waste water treatment plant with chemical precipitation followed by clarification, conventional media filtration, and finally with reverse osmosis (RO).Read Case Study
Refining coal to other materials is known as CTX, and is a large industry in China. Waste water from the CTX process is difficult to treat industrial waste water. Regular biological treatment is not enough to meet discharge requirements and so the facilities must find ways to reuse this water prior a zero liquid discharge system. Ultrafiltration and RO are the technologies of choice in this application to enable water reuse. A ceramic UF membrane is a promising upgrade for those looking for a more robust UF choice for this type of waste water treatment.Read Case Study
Industrial companies require clean water for cooling, boiler makeup, and a variety of manufacturing processes. It is common to use ultrafiltration or microfiltration (UF/MF) membranes to treat the incoming water supply to reduce turbidity and suspended solids of industrial process water directly, or in use as pretreatment to protect the performance of Reverse Osmosis (RO) membranes.Read Case Study