CMF & RO Combined System
Kemco has a new, PATENT PENDING, process for treating high strength industrial wastewater. This innovation takes advantage of the robust Ceramic Microfiltration (CMF) to remove Total Suspended Solids (TSS) and Oils and Greases (O&G). This first step, in combination with Kemco’s specially designed Reverse Osmosis (RO) System, can produce treated water that is of the highest standard. This allows for water reuse. The CMF uses ceramic membranes which filter down to less than 0.1 micron porosity and features non-fouling cross flow filtration. The RO can then remove Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) such as salts, sugars, detergents and other contaminants. This achieves low TDS, low BOD and exceptional water which can be reused back into the industrial process.
- Reverse Osmosis can be added to CMF to increase recycle rate.
- TDS levels of the Reverse Osmosis permeate are less than 300PPM.
- Kemco Kleenwater CMF/RO Systems are successfully providing recycled water to industrial laundries as well as food processing companies.
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"I would like to take the opportunity to thank you and Kemco for all of your assistance with our water reclamation system during my time as Chief Engineer. I am still of the opinion that as the technology for membrane materials becomes more advanced and as water reutilization becomes an increasingly important issue, that the systems designed and built by Kemco will become increasingly valuable and relevant."