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These membrane modules are now available in PVDF or PES

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CUT Membrane Technology

CUT Membrane Technology

The new T-CUT tubular modules (photo) with membranes made from polyvinylidene difluoride (PVDF) or polyethersulfone (PES) complement this company’s CUT product range with a robust and efficient tubular module. The outstanding stability of the membranes and the possibility to apply chemical cleaning means that the T-CUT tubular modules can be used in challenging applications, such as for the treatment of chemical stripping baths used in the metal processing industry for separating oil and water, or for the separation of biomass from water. — CUT Membrane Technology GmbH, Erkrath, Germany

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