Friday, April 12, 2024

Fast-track hire filtration service

The decision to invest valuable CAPEX into untested High Value Equipment carries risks and fears that are typically a step too far for most companies and individuals. Will the equipment work? Is it the right solution? Will it ultimately be a waste of company funds? These are all questions that stop CAPEX purchases in their tracks on a regular basis.

Filtration specialists Axium Process now have the answer to these questions, with the launch of a membrane separation rental service developed specifically to bypass traditional concerns and provide a fast-track solution. Axium’s new service is a valuable resource for fast or temporary technical filtration solutions that would normally involve time-consuming research and risky commitments to large capital investment.

Offering great flexibility and suitable for many liquid processing applications, Axium’s UF2Go and RO2Go crossflow systems have been developed for rapid filtration solutions. Backed up with extensive technical expertise, Axium can fulfill high-priority requirements swiftly from their range of universally adaptable membrane filtration options.

The UF2Go and RO2Go systems have been designed to meet industrial scale demand for most types of liquid processing requirements – with environmental concerns top of the list.

“The UF2Go and RO2Go crossflow systems provide an exceptionally practical solution for urgent filtration needs,” says Derek Davies, Business Development Director at Axium Process. “Both systems are available through a rental model typically using OPEX, which bypasses the usual CAPEX restrictions but allows observation of long-term trends. It’s ideal for situations where a permanent installation may be required at a future point.”

Quick to install and easy to use, there are a vast array of applications for Axium’s systems across many different industries, including manufacturing, pharmaceutical, food, beverage, dairy and water recycling.

From the removal of suspended solids and organic impurities to wastewater recovery, high-value protein extraction, or even to support occasional high-demand situations, the versatile concept is built on reliable tried-and-tested technology used by multiple leading brands.

“Both the UF2Go and RO2Go are designed for easy deployment and minimal operator intervention, and each system can be up and running in a matter of hours,” says Derek. “During installation and commissioning, full operator training will be conducted by one of our engineers.”

“We are excited to offer this level of flexibility and support for our customers. We understand the need for businesses to find simple, cost-effective solutions for everyday problems, be it a planned intervention, emergency, or temporary requirement.”

Axium Process is one of the UK’s leading membrane filtration system manufacturers, specialising in Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration and Reverse Osmosis technology.

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