Membrane Technology

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DeltaMem AG was founded through a Management Buy-Out of Sulzer’s Membrane Technology business including the membrane team having long standing experience in the membrane separation field. Deltamem has a team with more than 35 years of experience in the field of membrane technology. Present in research and development activities and innovative solutions of engineering plants with the aim of becoming a first-class innovation partner for sectors, such as pharmaceutical, chemical and food.

DeltaMem AG has in its references the largest pervaporation and steam permeation facility in the world.

MEMBRANES FOR PERVAPORATION AND VAPOUR PERMEATION

Pervaporation is a thermal membrane separation process which can be used to remove water or methanol from organic solvents.

The pervaporation process requires neither regeneration nor the introduction of an additional fluid. Therefore, further separation steps and environmental impact are avoided.

PERVAP™ MEMBRANE

DeltaMem has a proprietary range of PERVAP™ polymer composite membranes in its portfolio.

DeltaMem’s PERVAP™ polymeric membranes for dehydration and methanol removal is based on polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) separation layer.

The separation layer is cross-linked in different ways to produce a range of hydrophilic membranes suitable for different pervaporation and vapor permeation applications.

DeltaMem also offers also world class inorganic pervaporation membranes.

MEMBRANE MODULES: POLYMERIC AND CERAMIC

Skid-mounted construction is one of the most efficient and cost effective methods of construction. The advantages can include:

  • Reduced interruption to existing operations (in case of plant expansion or modification).
  • The modules can be set up only in a few days and the plant can be in Operation in weeks instead of months.
  • Reduced construction infrastructure at customer’s site.
  • Improved site safety.

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Applications

Petrochemical

  • Solvent recovery
  • Purification of products in general

Chemical

  • Removal of water and methanol
  • Dehydration of alcohols