Ceramic membranes are ideal for challenging water applications where conditions are not well-suited for polymetric membranes, such as wastewater with high fouling or process temperatures.
QUA’s CeraQ™ ultrafiltration (UF) membranes can remove viruses, bacteria, colloidal matter, submicron or micro-sized suspended particles, oil, and organics from a wide range of fluids, including challenging drinking water and industrial wastewater to economically meet a variety of treatment objectives or to recycle or reuse wastewater.
Engineered pore structure delivers exceptional filtration efficiency, ensuring the removal of particulates, suspended solids, and contaminants.
Membranes are crafted from high-quality alumina-based ceramics with a proprietary coating, resulting in exceptional durability and prolonged operational lifespan.
Tubular configuration of membranes eliminates dead pockets and reduces fouling potential, enabling sustained filtration performance.
Membrane design facilitates simplified cleaning through backpulsing, reducing maintenance efforts and enhancing system uptime.
Membranes are available with various pore sizes, catering to microfiltration, ultrafiltration, and nanofiltration needs.
Membranes exhibit stability in harsh operating conditions, making them suitable for challenging environments and compatible with aggressive cleaning chemicals.
CeraQ ceramic UF membranes offer high-quality filtration in virtually any environment due to the rigid construction material. The ceramic membrane has various applications, mainly in treating very difficult to treat water and wastewater or where high-temperature operation is involved. The ceramic membrane is a very viable technology for producing water treatment.
The CeraQ modules consist of 3.5 mm ID ceramic tubular elements potted into bundles for various surface area requirements. The alumina-based ceramic membranes have a proprietary coating that ensures long service life and a high degree of permeance recovery. Other features of CeraQ modules include their durability and material stability, cleaning the membrane with aggressive solvents if required.
CeraQ membrane modules are available in four different pore sizes in the microfiltration and ultrafiltration ranges: 0.4, 0.1, 0.05, 0.01 and 0.005 microns. The various pore sizes address diverse applications with a high degree of particulate removal at a higher flux. CeraQ is ideal for applications where conditions are not well suited for polymeric membranes, such as wastewater with high fouling and process temperatures.
QUA is a pioneering innovator of advanced membrane technologies designed to address the most challenging water treatment applications. Headquartered in the United States, QUA is committed to ongoing innovation, leveraging its deep roots in research and development and the expertise of highly experienced global team.
QUA’s diverse product portfolio includes FEDI® fractional electrodeionization, Q-SEP® hollow fiber ultrafiltration membranes, CeraQ™ ceramic membranes, and EnviQ® flat sheet and hollow fiber submerged ultrafiltration membranes.