R&D steps for new membranes

The wide range of membranes with the various cut offs helps Permionics to handle wide types of applications for MF, UF, NF & RO processes

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Rank: 9
Segment: BioSupplier-Distributor
Organization: Permionics Membranes
MD: Mr Satyajai Mayor
Bioscience Revenue: Rs 25 crore

 

Permionics is the first and only company in India to indigenously manufacture Reverse-Osmosis (RO), Ultra-Filtration (UF), and Nano-Filtration (NF) membranes for various process specific applications. It custom-designs and engineers complete membrane-based systems from pilot to commercial scale to suit the specific requirements of petrochemical, biotech, biochemical, pharmaceutical, food & beverage, dairy, chemical and other sectors.

Permionics is also a pioneer in manufacturing of Reverse-Osmosis, Ultra-Filtration, Nano-Filtration Membranes and Technology for the application of Water Treatment, Effluent Recycling, Sewage Recycling and Special Process Applications. Today, Permionics has the most extensive range of membranes to suit any process parameters with having more than 2500 installations since last 30 years in India, the UK, Syria, Jordan, Ethiopia, Kuwait, Vietnam, Pakistan and Dubai. Permionics is exploring R&D initiatives for developing new membranes as well as applications for solvent recovery, chemical and biochemical processes, and water and waste segments.

Its key strategies includes integration of membrane technology in the upstream of the processes to foster product recovery and reuse, which finally reduces the load on the downstream effluent. Permionics had, since early 1980s, installed membrane systems for product recovery from MLs and purification of solvents. This made it possible to constantly develop and install applications for the biotech and pharmaceutical sectors as well as the main stream biotech applications such as fermentation broth clarification, concentration.

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