Ultrafiltration Plant

The membrane filtration plant can be used to separate oil and emulsions from industrial waste and process water. Typical applications are the treatment of coolants from the automotive industry, softener from the synthetic materials industry and machine oil as an impurity in industrial waste water.

Special ceramic membranes allow an efficient and highly selective separation of organic and mineral particles, oils and polymers from  aqueous phase / water.

To request more information and prices call + 49 351 88646-00 or e-mail us: info@uit-gmbh.de.

Scope of application / equipment

  • Separation of oil and emulsions from industrial process and waste water
  • Cutoff:  150 or  300 kD
  • Flux:     approx. 3 - 5 cbm/h
  • inclusive pre-filtration
  • Pumps and module block on separate stainless steel frameworks


  Technische Data - Plant
Membrane module type KLEANSEP K37B
Number of modules 4
Cutoff 150 / 300 kilo-dalton
Membrane area 5,74 m² per module
Flux performance 3 - 5 m³/h
Membrane material Ceramic materials  TiO2 - Al2O3
Ceramic membrane  ZrO2 / TiO2
Module housing material Stainless steel 1.4404
Seal material FPM (Viton)
Dimensions length x width x height
total approx. 4000 x 1400 x 1800 mm
Pumpe framework approx. 1850 x 1400 x 1700 mm
Module framework approx. 2210 x 1400 x 1400 mm
  Electronic Technics
Connected values 400 V, 50 Hz, max. 50 kW
Electronic control 1 x frequency controlled
1 x soft starter
Process control fully equipped ready-to-connect control cabinet
  Measurement Technics
Flow meter filtrat 1 x magneto-inductive flowmeter with control connection
Flow meter filtrat 1 x variable area flowmeter for a fast visual registration
Flow meter emulsion 1 x acoustic discharge measurement with control connection
Temperature sensor 1 x with switch contact
Pressure sensor 1 x plant-inflow; 1 x plant outflow

Illustrations and descriptions may vary. The plant / product is subject to change depending on technical updates.

We will gladly give you an individual offer.


Latest modification: 22.03.2018