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Ultrafiltration membrane filtration (UF) is a low pressure membrane process for water treatment that is designed to remove turbidity causing particles including those comprised of suspended solids, bacteria, colloidal matter and proteins.

Manu ultrafiltration systems use a hollow fiber membrane, which filters water from the inside out. This provides a large surface area for particles to adhere to. Other membranes, like the spiral wound RO membrane filter from the outside in.

There are two main types of ultrafiltration systems.

  1. Point-of-use: These are typically used for under-the-counter drinking water systems.
  2. Point-of-entry: These are typically used to run water for applications that do not require water filtered as fine.