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SiC Strength: Silicon Carbide Membranes

Source: Ovivo

Silicon carbide, or SiC, membranes are made from one of the earth's hardest natural materials, making them extremely strong and resilient. They are also hydrophilic, lending to a high flux rate (4 to 6 times that of other membranes) and making them particularly suitable for stormwater/CSO applications. In fact, SiC membranes are ideal for a wide range of applications — including membrane bioreactors (MBRs), sludge thickening, and tertiary treatment — due to their durability, resistance to fouling, and tolerance of chemicals. View this short video to learn more about the characteristics and benefits of SiC membranes as presented by Jason Armstrong, Project Manager at Ovivo.

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