CEMBRANE HAS RECEIVED ANOTHER ORDER FOR DRINKING WATER TREATMENT IN IRAN

Cembrane is proud to announce receiving another order for its New Generation Ceramic membranes (Cembrane) to treat 1.728m3/day drinking water in the capital city of Iran. This initial order, which is a trial installation, serves to treat a part of the actual demand of 10.368m3/day. The objective of the treatment process is to recover backwash water from existing sand filters with 99% recovery rate while acting as a micro-biological barrier and finally to recover the wastewater in a better quality than the actual treatment with sand filters. The performance of our technology was validated during an extensive pilot study benchmarking of Cembrane’s SiC to Alumina Oxide Ceramic membranes and Sand filters.

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The main test criteria outlined were:

  • – Small footprint

  • – High quality of permeate

  • – High recovery rate

  • – Minimal cleaning intervals on the filter/membrane to ensure constant high flow without interruption

  • – Minimal number of manpower

Based on these criteria Cembrane’s technology was selected and supply of a fully automatic containerized plant, designed and built with our membranes by Atec Environmental Tech in Germany, granted to our local partner in Iran, IKA (Karizazma).

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Sebastian Andreassen