• Ceramic membranes made by atech
  • Ceramic membranes for water treatment
  • Filtration process
  • Solid-liquid filtration and separation technology

In use, far and wide

Initially, our ceramic membranes were used in waste water technology systems. Meanwhile, they are either successfully applied or offer a possible solution in all industries involving filtration of media. The benefits of our products are much sought after, particularly in the food, environmental and chemical industries.

Find here more information about the industries where we have been successfully active for many years.

In waste water treatment systems our membranes are used with great success for the filtration of cleaning chemicals (surface treatment), for cell separation after biological processes, or for the recycling of paints and lacquers.

In the field of environmental protection / waste water technology we filter the following substances for cleaning, concentrating or separating purposes:

> Cleaning solvents
> Cooling lubricants / drilling emulsions
> Cell separation after heavy duty biological processes
> Pickling baths, etc.

In chemical and biotechnological applications, we use our ceramic membranes successfully for protein concentration, cell separation, recovery of catalysts, filtration of dyestuffs, and more.

Solutions for biotechnology and for the chemical industry include filtration, cleaning, separation or recovery of:

> Bacteria, yeasts, ... (fermenter solutions)
> Proteins
> Dyestuffs
> Catalyst liquids

In the food and beverages industry, ceramic membranes made by atech innovations gmbh are used for filtering or clarifying beverages such as beer, wine and fruit juices, and for fractionating milk proteins.

Professional articles

Click here to download reports and articles published by our company:

"Filtration by Means of Ceramic Membranes - Practical Examples from the Chemical and Food Industries" by Peter Bolduan and Michael Latz >>>

"Aufbereitung von Gärresten" ("Treatment of fermentation residue " by Gerhard Klink, Christian Salewski, Peter Bolduan >>>