There are four common types of membrane process: Reverse Osmosis, Microfiltration, Nanofiltration and Ultrafiltration. Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration are essentially membrane processes that rely on pure straining through porosity in the membranes. Pressure required is lower than Reverse Osmosis and due entirely on frictional headloss. Pressure requirements are based on osmotic pressure for R.O., osmotic pressure and fluid mechanical frictional headloss (straining) for nanofiltration, and purely fluid mechanical frictional headloss (straining) for ultra- and microfiltration.

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