What the Flux?

Peter Annunziato, P.E. January 23 , 2019

What is Flux?

Simply put, the membrane flux is defined as the daily or hourly water flow through a membrane’s surface area (i.e. GPD/ft2), and the treated water that passes through the permeate.  The flux rate depends on the membrane type and several physical and environmental operating conditions. 

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