KMS Application Bulletins
Water & Wastewater Solutions
- Membrane Filtration Technology: Meeting Today's Water Treatment Challenges
This article defines the wide range of membrane filtration technologies available from Koch Membrane
Systems, highlighting a number of important issues to consider when evaluating an effective and
efficient membrane filtration system.
- Aqueous Cleaner Baths
The treatment of aqueous cleaner baths with membrane technology significantly increases bath life and reduces waste and chemical usage costs.
- Heavy Metals
KMS UF membranes provide a cost-effective alternative to conventional chemical/physical heavy metals wastewater treatment.
- Phosphorous Removal
Lower effluent phosphorus levels can be achieved with KMS' PURON® MBR submerged hollow fiber UF modules.
- Puron MBR Retrofit
KMS' PURON® modules easily replace older membrane technology while improving performance through increased capacity and lower energy consumption.
- Membrane Technology for the Chemicals Industry
KMS examines how membrane technology is rapidly replacing conventional methods to concentrate and recover materials from process streams.
Industrial & Life Science Solutions
- Amino Acid Production
Crossflow microfiltration using KMS spiral wound elements can increase amino acid yields and reduce operating expenses.
- Industrial Biotech
Microfiltration, ultrafiltration and reverse osmosis products provide the specific membrane technology required to achieve optimum yields for a wide variety of biofermentation processes.
- Biofuel Production
Membrane filtration technologies are proving to be effective ways to achieve optimum yields and reduce energy costs for biofuels production.
- Lees Treatment
KMS crossflow membrane filtration systems for recovery of wine from lees have been used successfully by producers of both red and white wines.
- Membrane Cleaning
KMS can design the most effective cleaning program or pre-treatment procedure for your system.
- Reverse Osmosis for Electrocoat Paint Applications
Reverse osmosis can be used to remove low molecular weight resin and dissolved salts from electrocoat paint ultrafiltrate, thereby reducing the consumption of deionized water, and generating less wastewater.
- Recovery of Caustic and Acids in the Dairy Industry
KMS membranes can help recover expensive acid and caustic from clean-in-place (CIP) streams, and comply with increasingly stringent regulatory requirements.
- An Overview of Membrane Theory and Technology
KMS offers a thorough evaluation of crossflow membrane technology, terminology, and applications. Key factors to consider when designing a crossflow filtration system and which configurations are best suited to specific process needs are discussed.