Ultrafiltration is an advanced separation technique that has gained significant attention across various industries. It selectively separates particles and solutes based on their size using a semi-permeable membrane. The process utilises a size exclusion mechanism, only passing substances below a specific molecular threshold through the membrane while rejecting large impurities.

Ultrafiltration operates through pressure-driven membrane separation. The membranes have controlled pore sizes, ranging from 1 to 100 nanometers. Selecting an appropriate membrane pore size is crucial for achieving efficient macromolecules, colloids, suspended solids, and other particulates’ separation from a liquid stream.


High-efficiency process, achieves purification without requiring additional chemicals.

Effectively removes suspended solids, bacteria, viruses, and other pathogens from water sources.

Recommended pre-treatment before membrane technology, such as Reverse Osmosis.

Significantly reduces space requirements compared to traditional clarifiers or pressurised filtration methods.