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Liqui-Cel Membrane Oxygen & Carbon Dioxide Removal Systems for Ultrapure Water
Nancrede Engineering’s Chemical free Membrane Systems are the best environmental solution for degassing or adding gasses back into liquids. They are widely used in the food and beverage industry, semiconductor & microelectronics as well as power generation and critical boiler water treatment. The most common gases that are removed from water are Oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2). Membrane gas control systems also can be used to control nitrongen (N2) levels or any other gas for specific customer needs. Our systems can be used instead of vacuum towers, forced draft deaerators, and oxygen scavenger chemicals. Liqui-Flux Ultrafiltration systems and other ultrapure water treatment equipment such as softeners, carbon filters, reverse osmosis system (RO) and deionization (DI) systems, which are often used in conjuction with degasification systems can be found here.
Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactor Systems are perfectly suited for deaeration and degasification of liquids in the following industries.
- Microelectronics & Semiconductor
- Power Generation
- Medium & High Pressure Boiler
- Food & beverage
Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactors are the most efficient and environmentally friendly method for deoxygenation of water as well as other liquids like beer, wine, soft drinks and more. Oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) impact many processes. They typically have a negative effect, are corrosive, can impact product shelf life and can cause low product yields. Liqui-Cel® Contactors offer easy-to-operate, chemical free, modular solutions for degassing and oxygen (O2) removal from water without large vacuum towers or deaerators. Liqui-Cel® Contactor systems simultaneously remove oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen (N2) with one step.