Cera Flocs

The ceramic membrane is an inorganic separation membrane made of ceramic material with cross flow separation function. Membrane obtained by uniformly mixing additives of inorganic raw materials after reaction molding, and calcinations at high temperature. The interior pore size distribution is narrow and the separation efficiency is high. Ceramic Membrane is emerging as hotspot technology for its obvious & wide advantages in the field of wastewater treatment.

A Cera-flocs is a solid-liquid separation technology that can be used to filter various sources of contaminated water such as:
• Suspended solids
• Bacteria, viruses & algae
• Oil
• Heavy metals
• Dissolved substances when combined with integrated absorption


Comparison of Ceramic membrane over Polymeric Membrane

Properties Ceramic Membranes R-PVDF Membranes
Stability & life Higher Comparatively Lower
Filtration Quality Almost same Almost Same
Energy Saving Higher Comparatively Lower
Maintenance Cost Lower Comparatively Higher
Recyclability Possible Not Possible




  • Fracking Flow back Water
  • Dairy Waste Water
  • Municipal Waste Water
  • Oil-Water Emulsions
  • Leachate at MSW landfills.
  • Recovery of Heavy Metals, Pharmaceuticals and Pesticides
  • Retention of Micro-Organisms, Heavy Metals and Radioactive Substances
  • Recycling of Water From Swimming Pools
  • Purification of The Drain From Sewage Plants


  • Good Chemical Stability, Acid and Alkali Resistance and Organic Solvents
  • High Mechanical Strength, No Deformation Under High Pressure or Large pressure Difference
  • Strong Anti-Microbial Ability and Good Antibacterial Effect
  • High Temperature Resistance
  • Non-Toxic, Suitable for Food and Drug Treatment
  • Long Life

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