Dissolved Gas Control with Gas Transfer Membranes

Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactors can reduce operating costs, lower maintenance, and simplify the dissolved gas control using a small compact device that enables high performance, compact system designs. Liqui-Cel® Membrane contactors can achieve < 1ppb Oxygen removal and < 1ppm carbon dioxide removal. Adding gases to liquid streams is also a common application.

Liqui-Cel® Contactors are used to:

  • Lower operating costs by reducing mixed bed resin regeneration frequency in demineralizer water systems
  • Improve product yields in microelectronics and flat panel display applications
  • Remove oxygen from process water/blending water in the pharmaceutical and beverage industry to improve product shelf life and stability
  • Control corrosion of boilers and piping
  • Reduce steam deaerator vent rates to lower fuel costs
  • Enable mobile dissolved gas control in water treatment systems
  • Debubbling water used in labs to ensure proper reading on calibrated equipment
  • Carbonation and nitrogenation of beverages
  • Lower alcohol concentration
  • Remove ammonia
  • Remove VOC/TOCs
  • Improve water quality in EDI/CEDI for many ultra-pure water applications
  • Improve printing speeds, reduce downtime and increase production output by removing entrapped air from inks and coatings
  • Reduce the impact of negative readings in laboratory and analytical systems
  • Many more
Additionally, Liqui-Cel® Contactors can help customer meet sustainability objectives by reducing chemical use and lowering waster use in water treatment processes.

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