We offer a range of portable membranes filtration systems to pilot scale (upto 1 tonne liquid processing per day)


Personal information


Name:

Robert Lovitt,

Service Provider:

Membranology Ltd

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Date:

Wednesday, November 8, 2017


Type of Collaboration:

Fee paying basis, Funded collaborative project, Joint ventures, Negotiable


What 'non-technical' services relevant to scale-up does your organisation offer?:

Life Cycle Assessment, Process Modelling, Technoeconomic Assessment, None

Asset Information


Asset Information: 
We offer a range of portable membranes filtration systems to pilot scale (upto 1 tonne liquid processing per day)
Raw Material: 
Biomass - any
Process Stage: 
Separation Technologies
Technology Area: 
Industrial biotechnology
Technology: 
Membrane filtering
Scale: 
Semi Pilot, Pilot, Demonstration
Size: 
10 - 99 L, 100 - 999 L, 1000 - 99999 L
Capacity: 
1 - 9 KG/H
10 - 99 KG/H
100 - 999 KG/H
Additional technical information: 

WE are experts in membrane technology (MF, UF, NF, RO) and specialise in selection, demonstration and assessment of a wide range of membrane porcesisng technology. This includes assessment and characterisation of process materials, selection of appropriate membranes systems and pretretament requirements, operability and viability assessments. Our well instrumented equipment is portable and can be brought to site of bioprocessing to allow the use of large quantities of authentic process fluids. They would require hook up to simple services (water, power and drains). We ship them across Europe.

Contact Information: 
Membranology Limited, Unit 4E, Rainbow business centre, pheonix way, swansea enterprise park
Swansea
SA7 9FP
United Kingdom
Membranology Limited, Unit 4E, Rainbow business centre, pheonix way, swansea enterprise park, Swansea SA7 9FP, United Kingdom
Service Provider: 
Membranology Ltd

This project has received funding from the Bio Based Industries Joint Undertaking under the European Union’s 'Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme', under Grant Agreement No 730052