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Ultrafiltration
Ultrafiltration

Ultrafiltration is an effective method for removing suspended solids of small particle size from water. It is mostly used as pretreatment to reverse osmosis systems to avoid fouling of the membranes. Ultrafiltration modules are made of hollow tube membranes that trap pollutants on its surface and allow water to flow into the tubes.

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