In 1989, UBE extended its line-up of membranes with CO2 separators for purifying biogas. To this day, UBE is continuously enhancing the exceptional performance of its membranes.
Focusing on the CO2 separation, this membrane purifies biogas, converting it into biomethane (CH4) and efficiently collecting CO2. How? Our membrane contains hollow fibers. When compressed biogas flows into them, molecules with higher permeability rates for the membranes, such as CO2, H2O, O2, and H2S, pass through the membranes earlier than gases with lower permeability rates, such as CH4. The result of these differences in permeability rates is that highly purified CH4 is obtained after passing through our membrane.
Furthermore, in terms of its attributes and properties, our CO2 separation membrane stands out for purifying biomethane up to 99.5%, its high selectivity with biomethane recovery up to 99.8%, its compact size with a reduced amount of membranes, and its low energy consumption. These advantages offer the most dependable and cost-effective solution for your project. Interested in learning more? Discover everything about UBE CO2 separation membrane in the following infographic. Download here.
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