Separation Technology Of Inorganic Pervaporation Membranes

- Oct 17, 2017 -

Using inorganic pervaporation membrane separation technology to dehydrate organic matter, instead of distillation, extraction, adsorption and other traditional separation methods, can be low energy to obtain high-quality products, the conventional method is difficult or impossible to achieve the separation requirements, in organic matter or mixed organic matter small or micro-moisture removal of more obvious advantages.

First, high efficiency and energy saving: 99% Energy Saving 50%

The core of Pervaporation technology is to use the selective permeation of pervaporation membranes to make small amounts or traces of water in organic solvents through the separation membranes, while the vast majority of materials remain on the other side of the membrane. The separation process shows a high energy saving effect, especially suitable for the separation of azeotrope and near boiling mixture, and it can save more than 50% of the traditional distillation and adsorption technology, and yields more than 99%

Second, environment-friendly: do not introduce or produce any third components, high product quality

The application of pervaporation technology to the removal of water in organic solvents does not require the introduction of a third component to prevent pollution from the environment caused by the third component, while a small amount of liquid can be recycled and reused, and is also conducive to environmental protection.

Third, space saving: Compact structure, small footprint

The pervaporation device has compact structure, small footprint and high resource utilization, which can save more than 4/5 space compared with distillation separation equipment.