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Noryl resin in new ceramic filtration module

According to the United Nations, water shortages will affect two-thirds of the world's population by 2025 if current consumption patterns continue.

6th November 2017

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Amsterdam

Civil Engineering, Medical/Hygiene

Cerafiltec took advantage of an extended temperature version of the Noryl resin to offer a hot-water (red-coloured) module, as well as a cold-water (blue-coloured) version. © SabicAccording to the United Nations, water shortages will affect two-thirds of the world's population by 2025 if current consumption patterns continue. Cerafiltec, a manufacturer of innovative water filtration solutions, is aiming to help address this looming crisis with a unique filtration module moulded from Sabic’s Noryl glass-reinforced polyphenylene ether (PPE) resin.

The new module securely houses multiple high-performance silicon carbide (SiC) flat sheet membranes that can quickly and effectively filter demanding water sources, including seawater, freshwater, industrial wastewater and even hot water, according to the manufacturer.

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