PCM Water Treatment
RAW's technology portfolio is built from the molecule up.
Polymeric ceramic membranes are the future for water treatment. These membranes contain 21 different materials bonded together at the molecular level to create a new and painless way of removing all contaminants from water.
PCM units have been field tested and proven over a 9 year period with frack water, heavy metal treatment, water remediation, produced water separation and a host of other contaminated water tests.
This is a disruptive technology that changes the way we deal with contaminated fluids.
Waste-water effluent treatment
Fruit juice, wine & beer clarification
Ultrapure water for semiconductor industry
Metal recovery as colloidal oxides or hydroxides
Cold sterilization of beverages and pharmaceuticals
Purification of condensed water
Environmental remediation such as fluid spills
Frack water purification for re-use or land-spreading
Oil water emulsification separation
Medical applications such as transfusion filters and purification of surgical water
Nano-molecular Polymeric Ceramic Manufacturing
Def; Molecular Manufacturing
To build new materials from the molecule up.
E.g.: Wood & steel combined to become a new purpose built material.
What are the membrane ingredients?
Synthetic Polymeric Membrane
PTFE, Teflon: Polytetraflour Ethylene
PVDF: Polyvinyl Defloride
Silicium Carbide, SiC
PSF/PES: Polysulfon/Polyether sulfon
Are units field tested and proven?
PCM water treatment units have been successfully trialed over a 9 year period in a wide variety of applications with non-stop operations in cleaning frack water and produced water during that period.
What are maintenance requirements?
Units are self-cleaning. In the event that some deposits do build-up in membranes, membranes can be reverse flushed with water for 30 minutes prior to re-engaging processes.
What are the rated capacities?
PCM Filtration units are available in a variety of sizes and can be "ganged" together for increased volume.
E.g.: This unit shown at right is rated at 200 tons of fluid treatment/day. (40,000 gallons - 150,000 litres/day).