PCI Membranes has built up an enviable reputation around our engineering capability, high quality products, reliability and solution led approach for over 50 years. Whereby today we can offer process solutions using Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis technologies for a wide variety of industries.
Contributing to Sustainable Biofuel
Filtration can be used in several steps during the biodiesel production process. The use of filtration depends on the used feedstock.
Co-operation in Research
PCI Membranes also works in close co-operation with top scientific universities and research institutions around the world.
Membrane Technology for Chemicals
Membrane technology is developing to meet the demands of the chemical industry and new membranes are being produced which can operate in more extreme conditions such as high temperature, high/low pH and are more resistant to solvents.
Membrane Systems for Food and Beverages
PCI Membranes has many varied references in the food industry where membranes are increasing the product quality and also reducing the overall operating costs.
While environmental regulations and “green” politics create a demand for companies to cut effluent volumes, economics also plays a major role.
Side-Stream Membrane Bio-Reactors
Many of PCI Membranes’ wastewater treatment systems have now been in operation for decades, ensuring that customers comply with their environmental obligations reliably and efficiently.
Technology for Nutraceutical Plants
Nutraceuticals are edible products created by combining food and pharmaceutical components.
Innovative Solutions for Forest Products
PCI Membranes has being working closely with this industry for over 30 years and has developed innovative solutions to help meet the industries' increasingly stringent requirements.
Tubular Membrane Water Treatment Solutions
The Fyne Process is a simple, single stage process that employs advanced membrane filtration technology, together with screening, post conditioning and disinfection, to treat poor quality, variable water sources for municipal drinking water supply in rural small communities of up to 1000 people.