Ultrafiltration Specialist inge AG to Present New
With its patented Multibore® membrane and dizzer® module series, the globally active company inge AG, based in Greifenberg, Germany, is regarded as an international technology leader in the ultrafiltration market for drinking water, process water and wastewater. The company is now poised to present an innovative new in-house development at the IFAT trade fair, which has already been deployed at numerous customer sites. The new T-Rack® rack design has been optimised to provide radical improvements over conventional systems in regard to both the technical and economic aspects of module installation. Depending on the quantity of water being treated, the size of the rack can be flexibly adjusted. The dizzer® modules are tightly packed together in the T-Rack and are already equipped with pipes, meaning that additional piping is no longer required.
The T-Rack® saves a massive amount of space, offering significant advantages over conventional systems that require approx. 70% more space than the new T-Rack. By using this new approach, it is possible to cut the total capital costs of an ultrafiltration system by 5% or more depending on the scale of the system being installed. The T-Rack® is ideal for companies that need process water or require a means of cleaning their wastewater, as well as for municipal drinking water and wastewater treatment facilities and sea water desalination plants.
Another advantage of ultrafiltration in all its fields of application is the fact that, however poor the quality of the initial water, the filtrate is of consistently high quality with no variation. Viruses, bacteria and suspended solids are filtered out using a purely mechanical process. Even though the capital costs are typically higher to begin with, a sustainably cost-effective operating concept means that these costs are recouped more rapidly than with other systems.
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inge AG at a glance
The globally active company inge AG, based in Greifenberg am Ammersee, Germany, produces and markets ultrafiltration membranes, modules and racks used in the treatment of drinking water, process water, wastewater and sea water. It is Germany's largest ultrafiltration company and employs more than 55 staff. To handle significant increases in growth in Asia, the company now operates its own sales office in China.
In contrast to conventional water treatment processes, the technology used in inge AG's ultrafiltration modules offers clear advantages: the modules can be rapidly and easily installed and the membranes are extremely resilient and stable. Even though the initial capital costs are slightly higher, the sustainably cost-effective operating concept enables these costs to be rapidly recouped. Another key advantage lies in improved health and safety: the extremely small-pore filters of the Multibore® membrane developed and patented by inge AG reliably intercept not only particles, but also microorganisms such as bacteria and viruses, thereby providing clean, germ-free water. For more information, please visit www.inge.ag
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