Porelogix Ultrafiltration Systems are built utilizing PVDF, PAN & PES Hollow fiber Ultrafiltration membranes.
Drawing from 50+ years of fluid engineering Porelogix systems are designed to maximize the efficiency of the regeneration process while maintaining greater than 90% recovery. Coupled with stringent German automotive manufacturing standards, Our membranes are the most technically advanced membranes on the market today

  • Designed with CFD (computational Fluid dynamics) Simulator
  • Designed with FEM (Finite Element Method) to simulate the mechanical (Fracture) behavior
  • Manufactured in a fully automatic manufacturing facility that adheres to the most stringent German automotive Standards.

Membrane Design Features

  • High degree of variation and combination for mechanical and chemical cleaning
  • Optimized Air Scouring
- Forward Flush + Air Scouring
- Back Flush + Air Scouring
  • Optimal inflow/distribution of feed components (> 110 outlet points trough cross section and height)
  • Maximum design flexibility for different modes of operation
- Interconnection between modules
  • Single side potting (U-shape Configuration)
  • Significantly reduced back pressure during back flush process
  • Allows for more efficient air scour
  • Compact hydraulic optimized reject flow with minimal dead-zones

 Porelogix Ultrafiltration Systems are designed with either PVDF, PAN or PES.

Membrane Material Comparison


Advantages of PAN (Polyacrylonitrile) membranes Value: (PAN) Polyacrylonitrile <  (PES) Polyethersulfone < (PVDF) Polyvinylidene fluoride Excellent in repelling oil, fat and grease Excellent in repelling high concentrations of Algae Excellent hydrophilicy (low energy consumption and long term stabile operation) [ … ] Read More

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Advantages of PES (Polyethersulfone) membranes High selectivity with sharp pore size distribution Thermal Stability (resistance to decomposition at high temperatures) Good resistance to extreme PH condition Able to withstand some organic solvent Read More