Thin film composite reverse osmosis membrane development and scale up at CSMCRI, Bhavnagar

@inproceedings{Rangarajan2011ThinFC,
  title={Thin film composite reverse osmosis membrane development and scale up at CSMCRI, Bhavnagar},
  author={Rajmohan Rangarajan and N. V. Desai and S. L. Daga and S. V. Joshi and A. Prakash Rao and Vipul J. Shah and J. J. Trivedi and C. V. Devmurari and Kripal Singh and Pratap S Bapat and Hiren D. Raval and Suresh K Jewrajka and N. K. Saha and Alakananda Bhattacharya and Puyam S. Singh and Paramita C. Ray and Grishma S. Trivedi and Nimai Pathak and A. Rajasekher Reddy},
  year={2011}
}
Abstract Thin film composite (TFC) reverse osmosis membrane containing polyamide active layer on porous polysulfone support was developed at the scale of 1 m width × 100 m long in a batch using semi-automated mechanical casting and coating machines. The polysulfone support was made according to phase inversion method at the rate of 3−6 m/min., and the polyamide active layer on the polysulfone support was prepared by interfacial polymerization method at the rate of 0.3−0.5 m/min under different… CONTINUE READING