The presence of bacteria, fungi, and other organisms in fluid-handling equipment can sully the finished product and pose health risks in the field. Keep these contaminants out of process media with PES membrane elements from Dixon Valve.
What Is A PES Membrane?
Polyethersulfone, or PES, is an inherently hydrophilic membrane that wets out quickly, resulting in fast filtration. Additional benefits of this membrane element include:
Superior flow rates
- High throughputs
- High flexibility
- Improves product quality
PES Membrane Cartridge Elements Applications
Membrane filtration has fewer processing steps and makes it possible to achieve a greater degree of purity. This filtration type is ideal for many applications:
- Petroleum exploration
- Chemical processing
- Food and beverage
- Steel manufacturing
- Fire protection
- General manufacturing
- Medical treatment
Why choose Dixon Valve’s PES (Polyethersulfone) Membrane Elements?
PES membrane elements from Dixon Valve offer excellent dirt holding capacity with minimal flow resistance. They exhibit low protein binding and chemical compatibility. Additionally, these filtration devices are naturally hydrophilic, so wetting before use is not required.
Dixon Valve manufactures these membrane elements from high-quality polypropylene materials. They feature a 222 type element and hard cage. Construction occurs in a cleanroom environment and is free of surfactants, resins, binders, and adhesives.
All of Dixon Valve’s PES membrane elements are U.S. Food & Drug Administration Title 21 compliant. This standard covers the manufacturing, processing, packaging, and holding of foods, drugs, and cosmetics.
Your PES Membrane Cartridge Filter Source
When your need safe and effective fluid filtration, turn to the experts at Arm-Tex. We’re a proud distributor of Dixon Valve products throughout Texas, New Mexico, and Oklahoma. Our team is dedicated to solving your fluid-handling challenges on time and at a competitive price.
Feel free to give us a call to learn more about PES (Polyethersulfone) membrane elements.