Nanofiltration Membrane System recycle dye penetrant rinse water.
Press Release Summary:
Designed to meet discharge standards, NF (Nanofiltration) membrane systems are suited for reprocessing rinse water from inspection applications using fluorescent dyes. System is completely automated for ease of use and simple maintenance. With available designs ranging from 500-2,000 gal per day, systems require less than 40 ftÂ² floor space for installation in small inspection areas.
Original Press Release:
Membrane System for Recycling Dye Penetrant Rinse Water
NF Membrane System designed to meet Discharge Standards
Sanborn Technologies, Walpole, MA has introduced a line of NF (Nanofiltration) membrane systems for recycling the rinse water from dye penetrant inspection stations. The NF systems are completely automated for ease of use and simple maintenance. A system can be installed in small inspection areas and requires less than 40 sq ft. of floor space. Designs range from 500 to 2,000 gallons per day.
Advanced membrane materials and economical system design allow Sanborn's line of NF systems to be suitable for reprocessing the rinse water from inspection applications using fluorescent dyes. As companies struggle to control water usage, in-process recycling provides the benefits of water conservation and reduced disposal volumes.
Sanborn Technologies specializes in designing and manufacturing industrial separation systems for recycling or dewatering and waste minimization of oily wastewaters, wash and rinse waters and various other manufacturing fluids. The company is a membrane systems integrator focusing on process designs for flow rates that range from 100 to 5,000 gallons per day. A complete line of demonstration and pilot plant equipment is available.
For more information visit sanborntechnologies.com/membrane or contact Sanborn Technologies, (508) 660-9150 ext. 3112 (800) 343-3381 or e-mail at email@example.com