Membrane concentration unit

Concentration units that make the most of separation membranes

Fruit juice concentrators

Concentration units for inorganic chemicals

Latex concentrators (image)

Membrane processing is employed in a variety of areas as a means of concentration and separation refinement.
Toray Engineering has a track record in membrane processing technologies, with a particular focus on the separation and concentration steps in chemical production processes.
Membrane processing produces a range of cost benefits, including better product quality, as well as lower takt time, improved capacity utilization rate, lower product distribution costs and less waste.
We provide units that satisfy the conditions required for each processed liquid, such as the concentration ratio and degree of sanitation.

Examples of products

Fruit juice concentrators

Prevents batch contamination and achieves a good degree of washability, taking into account the sanitary requirements of food products.

Fruit juice concentrators

Scope of service

  • Selection of membranes to match the molecular weight cutoff of the fruit juice
  • Thorough elimination of factors affecting batch contamination
  • Assured sanitation (methods for cleaning membrane and piping)

Concentration units for inorganic chemicals

Aims to achieve unprecedented concentration ratios such as by giving consideration to precipitation measures

Concentration units for inorganic chemicals

Scope of service

  • From basic design to pre-operation testing with actual fluid

Main points of engineering

  • Clarification of detailed precipitation conditions
  • Adaptation of methods for transferring liquids
  • Selection of membrane materials and line materials to accommodate a wide range of pH fluctuations

Latex concentrators

Aims to achieve a high concentration ratio by taking thixotropy into account

Latex concentrators

Scope of service

  • From basic design to pre-operation testing with actual fluid

Main points of engineering

  • Construction of a combination of membrane materials with excellent fractionating properties
  • Establishment of removal methods suited to the type and concentration of the impurity

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