Pervaporation (PV) and Vapour Permeation (VP)
Pervaporation (PV) and Vapour Permeation (VP)Principle
Pervaporation is a thermal membrane separation process which can be used to remove water or methanol from organic solvents and VOC from water.
The pervaporation process requires no regeneration or the introduction of an additional fluid. Therefore, further separation steps and environmental impacts are avoided.
DeltaMem has a proprietary range of PERVAP™ polymer composite membranes in its portfolio.
DeltaMem’s PERVAP™ polymeric membranes for dehydration and methanol removal is based on polyvinyl alcohol (PVA) separation layer.
The separation layer is cross-linked in different ways to produce a range of hydrophilic membranes suitable for different pervaporation and vapor permeation applications.
DeltaMem also offers also world class inorganic pervaporation membranes.
Major Industrial Applications
Standard membrane developed for dehydration of most volatile organic mixtures
Highly cross-linked membrane developed for dehydration of reaction mixtures and up to 50 wt% water
Modified and highly cross-linked membrane for dehydration of volatile organic mixtures containing amines up to 500ppm
High flux membrane especially developed for the dehydration of higher alcohols >C3
Membrane with tailored separation properties suitable for removal of methanol and/or water from volatile organic mixtures
Organophilic membrane suitable for removal of volatile organics and aroma compounds from aqueous solutions