A membrane is an interface that regulates the passage of water and/or chemicals that are in contact with it. Membranes used in waste water treatment are of the organic type, synthetic or ceramic, used in applications such as :
- Reverse osmosis
Ceramic membranes are particularly useful for the treatment of cutting oils and degreasing baths.
Magnus can test a given effluent on small scale membranes in order to design and build a membrane system.