Nanofiltration systems fall between ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis in terms of molecular weight permeability. Operating pressures and membrane types are one of the main differences for reverse osmosis and nanofiltration. In other words, it is the low pressure operating mode of reverse osmosis. However, the rate of fouling in nanofiltration is lower than reverse osmosis.
It can be used in industrial and domestic water and waste water treatment, as well as water resources such as well water and ground water. It is generally used to remove viruses, bacteria, organic loads and hardness. Nanofiltration is often preferred according to the water character although there are alternatives in color removal due to TSS (Total Suspended Solids).
- Well Water Treatment
- Ground Water Treatment
- Cooling Towers
- Waste Water Treatment