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Ceramic membrane inorganic advantages:
    Ceramic membrane, also known as inorganic ceramic membrane, is an asymmetric membrane made of inorganic ceramic material prepared by a special process. Ceramic membranes are divided into tubular ceramic membranes and flat ceramic membranes. Please note that "CT membrane" is not an alias for ceramic membranes. This is an incorrect description of non-professionals' English abbreviations for ceramic membranes. The wall of the tubular ceramic membrane is covered with micropores. Under pressure, the raw material liquid flows in the membrane tube or outside the membrane, small molecules (or liquids) penetrate the membrane, and macromolecules (or solids) are trapped by the membrane, thereby achieving separation. Concentration, purification and environmental protection purposes. The surface of the flat ceramic membrane is covered with micropores. According to the pore size of the membrane, the permeability of the membrane varies with the molecular diameter of the membrane. The pressure difference between the two sides of the membrane is the driving force. The membrane is the filtration medium under a certain pressure. When the liquid material flows through the membrane surface, only water, inorganic salts, and small molecular substances are allowed to pass through the membrane, which prevents the passage of macromolecules such as suspended solids, glue, and microorganisms in the water. The ceramic membrane has high separation efficiency, stable effect, good chemical stability, acid and alkali resistance, organic solvent resistance, bacteria resistance, high temperature resistance, anti-pollution, high mechanical strength, good regeneration performance, simple separation process, low energy consumption, and operation and maintenance Many advantages such as being simple, long service life, etc., have been successfully applied to food, beverage, plant (medicine) deep processing, biomedicine, fermentation, fine chemicals and many other fields, and can be used for separation, clarification, purification, concentration and removal in the process. Bacteria, salt and so on.
     Inorganic membranes are made of inorganic materials and are solid-state membranes. Inorganic membranes based on inorganic materials science have the advantages that polymer separation membranes cannot match:
 The pore size distribution is narrow, the separation efficiency is high, and the filtration effect is stable.
 Good chemical stability, acid, alkali, organic solvents.
 High temperature resistance, available steam recoil regeneration and high temperature sterilization.
 Strong anti-microbial contamination, suitable for application in the field of biomedicine.
 High mechanical strength, high pressure backwash, strong regeneration ability.
No dissolved substances are produced, no secondary pollution will occur, and there will be no negative impact on the separated materials.
The separation process is simple, low energy consumption, and easy operation and operation.
 The membrane has a long service life.