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Ultrafiltration A new ultrafiltration fiber can increase permeability by 35% compared to previous generation fibers for wastewater treatment, according to developer Dow Water & Process Solutions (Midland, Mich.; www.dow.com). The XP Fiber was incorporated into the companys commercial UF modules, where it can operate at up to 40% higher flux while producing the same transmembrane pressure and generate up to 30% less wastewater without sacrificing filtrate water quality, Dow says. The XP Fiber realizes advantages in higher water flux, higher water recovery and reduced energy use because of a unique pore structure that can be carefully controlled in manufacturing, explains Cedella Beazley, business unit director for filtration at Dow.
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