Ultrafiltration is an advance method of filtering un-dissolved solids from water with filtration between 0.01 – 0.5 micron. In this membrane filtration process, hydrostatic pressure forces liquid against a semipermeable membrane, which uses hollow fibers of membrane material, and the feed water flows either inside the shell, or in the lumen of the fibers.
This is how the suspended solids and solutes of high molecular weight are retained leaving the low molecular weight solute particles (the nutrients) pass through the membrane. Water is filtered removing all the particles from the water and hence no waste water is produced. The primary perk of using ultrafiltration is that it requires low pressure for filtration, hence it is energy efficient.
The capacity of ultra-filtration system is 1,000 GDP to 100,000 GDPs (gallons per day) which can be deployed for commercial and residential purposes with a central ultra-filtration system on the main pipe network.
It comes with sediment pre-filtration and with an option of UV (ultraviolet) sterilizer which is the safest and most productive method to kill all kinds of germs.
Design, installation, service maintenance and one-year warranty are included in the cost, moreover in addition to this; AMC (Annual Maintenance Contract) can also be renewed annually.