The Aquaphor Ultrafiltration system based on hollow fiber membranes can ensure Dead-end ultrafiltration process, i.e. filtration through the fiber with alternate direct and backflushing cycles that substantially reduces water consumption. Water is filtered perpendicularly to the hollow fiber surface and this reduces a risk to clog the hollow fiber.
Ultrafiltration technology ensures a physical barrier against microbes and suspended particles to get pure drinking water. In additional, ultrafiltration is utilized in the pretreatment of water from bare sources, of seawater, as well as of water that underwent biological treatment before RO systems and other membrane water purifiers (for instance, electrodialysis plants).
— Pre-filtration before the water desalination unit.
— Ultrafiltration system can replace coagulation and mechanical filtration, this improves the quality of the treated water, reduce membranes and ion-exchange resin pollution, and significantly increase their lifetime.
— Final ultra-clean municipal water filtration in the cottages, apartments, manufacturing, restaurants, hotels
— Reagent-free disinfection with simultaneous removal of turbidity and color of borehole, wells, river and lake water and water containing high molecular organics.
— Cleaning of water in swimming pools without chemicals.
— It eliminates the costly and cumbersome purification filters.
— Bleaching and disinfection of drinking water while preserving the natural mineral background, which is essential for the production of bottled water.
Total membrane area, m2
Initial capacity (0.1 Mpa, 25°С), m3/hour
Number of units
Rated capacity (0.1 Mpa, 25°С), m3/hour
Port sizes (inlet/ outlet/ drain)
Max. working temperature, °С
Material of the membrane unit housing and pipelines
Membrane pore sizes, kDa (micron)
67 (less than 0.01)
Max. size of particles that can be contained in water fed to the ultrafiltration system (for models with 0X index (microns)
Membrane unit size, mm
90 x 1000 (DN20)
Power supply, VAC, VDC
Power consumption, Wt