BHF Technologies recently teamed up with Scinor Water Limited to provide ultrafiltration solutions for BHF’s customers in Australia and New Zealand. This will include module retrofits for existing UF systems, as well as new installations for industrial reuse, drinking water, and municipal treatment.
Scinor is a US supplier of hollow fibre membranes, modules, systems, and plants used for water treatment in industrial and potable water applications, with over 150 installations worldwide producing an installed capacity of 300MGD. Scinor proprietary hollow fibre filter membranes are made from Polyvinylidene Fluoride (PVDF) using the Thermally Induced Phase Separation (TIPS) method of manufacture, and exhibit high mechanical strength, chemical tolerance, and permeability. Scinor construct filter modules using in-house proprietary designs, and in configurations that directly replace products supplied by major manufacturers of hollow fibre products.