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This technology relates to a ceramic membrane-based Compact Water Purification System (CWPS) which have the following benefits:  Small footprint Robust and reliable Easy to maintain Long membrane life span High water flux rate and low energy usage UV sterilization & color/odor removal through carbon cartridge post-treatment The tubular-type ceramic membrane used in our CWPS is a new generation of an inorganic membrane that eliminates the various operational issues associated with co...

Booth 5ZB01 - Liquinex Group Pte Ltd

This technology relates to a method to create high flux for membrane distillation (MD) using a salt rejection ultrahigh molecular weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) membrane. This UHMWPE membrane has a homogeneous porous and multi-layered structure and shows extremely high flux even at low temperatures and robust mechanical strength. MD can produce freshwater with a salt rejection rate higher than 99% (compared with less than 90% for other technologies), and with few effects from the concentration of ...

Booth 5K12 - The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

Oily wastewater treated by conventional methods are often unable to meet stringent effluent discharge standards nor they are suitable for reuse. Ultrafiltration (UF) is a promising membrane technology for achieving efficient oil – water separation. However, it often suffers from severe oil fouling after prolonged continuous operations. This technology relates to a novel UF membrane that incorporates a special additive polymer into the dope solution to attain high performance flux (hydrophilic) i...

Booth 5M11 - National University of Singapore

The microporous polypropylene film was developed through a biaxial film stretching process using a precursor polypropylene sheet with an enriched metastable crystal form. The specific crystal structure was induced by an appropriate nucleating agent at the ppm-level. The subsequent proprietary stretching induces a change in the crystal form and forms highly connect nano-micro voids. The stretching conditions play an important role in tailoring the ultra-high gas permeable capability.

Booth 5H12 - National Science and Technology Development Agency

A large number of technologies for removing pollutants from water rely on contacting the contaminated water with particles that scour the pollutants out of solution. Currently, this contact is always achieved either by dispersing very small particles into a large volume of water, or passing water through a column containing much larger, tightly packed particles. There are major advantages to using small particles in these systems, and others associated with packing the particles tightly togethe...

Booth 5F11 - MicroHAOPS

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