HOW THE MEMBRANE SYSTEM WORKS
The spiral membrane is constructed of one or more membrane envelopes wound around a perforated central tube. The permeate passes through the membrane into the envelope and spirals inward to the central tube for collection.
Developed for fluid treatment in residential, commercial and industrial applications, the use of membranes to selectively remove or separate extremely small substances from water and process streams has become a technological success story. There are four types of membrane filtration and separation technologies in commercial use today, effectively removing substances ranging in size from suspended solids to ionic species.