News
02/12/2018 : ALSYS

Launch of a Specialty Group with expertise in filtration and catalysis technologies read more...

01/02/2018 : Happy New Year

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11/09/2017 : CTI-ORELIS acquires CeraMem®

CTI-ORELIS acquires CeraMem® assets and reinforces its presence in North America read more...

10/29/2012 : IC3 workshop

CTI partner of the IC3 international workshop, on the 6th and 7th of September 2013 at Lyon. read more...

01/18/2012 : Acquisition of HybSi ® membranes licence

CTI has acquired a license for the production of HybSi ® membranes. read more...


Ceramic membranes for liquids filtration
CTI offers its customers the widest range of membranes combining cut-offs ranging from nano to micro-filtration and conduits with hydraulic diameters between 2.2 and 6 mm.
This wide range of membranes, linked to optimised module designs, enables our customers to develop efficient and sustainable filtration processes and equipment for many applications.
 Kerasep
Our aggressive technological innovation strategy has allowed us to bring to market, over the past five years, four new patented membranes, in response to new market requirements:
  • Kleansep Diamond™ with unparalleled abrasion resistance,
  • Kleansep BK that enables the compactness of the hollow fibres to be achieved,
  • Kleansep BE and BH that present design of optimized channels to ensure high compactness and high permeation flow rates.
 
From the treatment of water and effluent to the Food Industry and the Bio-industry , CTI ceramic membranes are benchmarks for operations such as

  • The concentration of emulsions for the mechanical or oil industries.
  • The separation of macromolecules for applications in the chemical industry.
  • The concentration of mineral dispersions for the paper and chemical industries.
  • Clarification of fruit juices.
 
With a very long lifetime due to the intrinsic resistance of the materials used, our membranes are ideal for working in difficult, and even extreme conditions, aggressive chemical environments (concentrated acids or bases), the presence of solvents, various slurries (fermented sludges) thereby allowing specific cleaning processes such as steam or chemical sterilization to be used.

CTI
Céramiques Techniques Industrielles

382 Avenue du Moulinas
30340 SALINDRES
FRANCE
Phone : +33 (0)4 66 85 88 70
Fax : +33 (0)4 66 85 70 09
e-mail: contact@ctisa.fr