Registration Date 27 Aug 2015

GE Spiral Wound Membrane (industrial )


Environment Water and Wastewater

Water Filter


1) Reduce salinity and chemical oxygen demand (COD) 2) Purify oily effluents 3) Remove chemical contaminants 4) Recover acid streams 5) Clean-up hot condensates 6) Pre-concentrate streams prior to evaporator 7) Reduce wastewater volumes by increasing water reuse
Organic Contaminants filteration Water Treatment for Reuse Acidic Water Reducing salinity Reducing chemical oxygen demand (COD) Purifying oily effluents


GE custom designs membrane elements to operate effectively in challenging environments, including extreme pHs, temperatures from 40° to 158° Fahrenheit (5° to 70° Celsius), oil contaminated streams and highly viscous solutions. This provides many benefits including: Recovery of valuable products Recycling of acid and caustic solutions Reduced equipment downtime Improved energy efficiency Lower operating costs Reuse of process water

Energy Consumption Reduction

Manufacturer's Description

GE’s spiral wound membrane elements cross the spectrum of membrane including reverse osmosis (RO), nanofiltration (NF), ultrafiltration (UF), and microfiltration (MF). Originally designed for water desalination, spiral wound membranes are now used in a variety of applications including in the dairy industry, in manufacturing products, for high purity water and at high temperature and extreme pH conditions. GE offers membranes that are designed to meet the customers’ needs in each unique situation.