Memsys

  • Offers a vacuum thermal multiple effect membrane distillation process with low fouling and corrosion, constructed from plastics
  • Runs at relatively low temperatures of 50 °C to 80 °C, with additional driving force provided by a pressure differential of about 7 millibars
  • Eight to 12...

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