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20160216 LouwersHanique – EAP results Inorganic Hollow Fiber Module

Last updated 928 days ago by Albert Verver

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20160216 LouwersHanique B.V. – Mr. Paul Peeters - Early Adopter Project results “Inorganic Hollow Fiber Module: potential for large scale filtration

LouwersHanique is a specialised SME for thermal processing, machining, etching and assembling  glass, ceramics and metal parts and objects for industrial purposes. LH started a new business line for developing the market of high end MF membrane filters on basis of the inorganic (SS, Al2O3, SiC, Ni, YSZ) hollow fibres developed by University Twente. The EAP served to make and test the first small modules on streams from Dishman and FrieslandCampina, containing grease, lactose, KCl, water and solvent. Shell participated.

Filtration efficiency was excellent with good flux, which justifies development of larger modules. LH exploits its 65 years of materials expertise to also create a sturdy potting. www.louwershanique.com  


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