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Ultrafiltration Systems
Sewage Treatment & Effluent Treatment Plant

Ultrafiltration Systems

We are manufactures a full line of Ultrafiltration systems. UF is a pressure driven membrane separation process that removes suspended or particulate matter (including colloids & silt) from water. The solution is far more reliable than a conventional multimedia filter that removes approximately 10 micron or larger matter where a UF membrane pore size ranges from 0.01 to 0.10 micron. In addition to superior turbidity removal, the membrane forms a safe germ barrier so that bacteria, parasites and viruses are reliably removed from the water – even during fluctuating water quality, e.g. after heavy precipitation.

Ultrafiltration is not only an established process in drinking water treatment. The method is also becoming increasingly important in the pre-treatment before desalination or in swimming pool water treatment.

Standard Features

  • RO pretreatment
  • Drinking water treatment
  • Water re-use
  • Waste water treatment
  • Process separation/recovery
  • Stainless steel multi-stage feed pump
  • UF modules (PVC)
  • HDPE filtrate tank
  • Stainless steel multi-stage backwash pump
  • Chemically Enhanced Backwash (CEB)
  • Backwash oxidizer (dosing system)
  • Power supply: 415V/3Ph/50Hz
  • Programmable control panel (optional)
  • Status indicator lights
  • Differential pressure transducer
  • Glycerine filled pressure gauges
  • Electrically actuated valves
  • Feed and product flow meters/ Rotameter
  • 10 / 5 micron cartridge prefilter
  • Media filters


  • RO pre-treatment
  • Drinking water treatment
  • Water re-uses
  • Waste water treatment
  • Process separation/recovery

Technical Specification

Ultrafiltration Plant are available in FRP/UPVC. SS plants are available for specific needs like pharmaceuticals industries, dairy, beverages food products & package drinking water lined up to 200000 LPH.