As a leading specialist for demanding system engineering, AKE-technologies has set itself the task of unifying economy and ecology in a useful symbiosis that can significantly contribute to the development of new green technologies. One result of this effort is the patented, entirely new membrane technology for filtering and cleaning wastewater.
Membrane technology has become a key technology in closing the water cycle and recovering recyclable fractions. In systems of this type, substances are separated from wastewater under pressure using special membranes and micro-, ultra- and nano-filtration methods. The main advantages of membrane technology are that the systems operate without the addition of chemicals, are easy to use and can be readily designed to meet individual requirements. In addition, because this technology does not require heating, its energy consumption is considerably lower than that of conventional thermal separation methods.
Together with an innovative membrane filter manufacturer, AKE-technologies has developed an entirely new, cost-effective and ecologically sound membrane technology for filtering and cleaning wastewater. In this manufacturing process, AKE handles downstream processing of the membrane to create a closed and tested filter package. In addition to this technology, AKE also manufactures system equipment for the solar and wind power industry.
- Wind power equipment
- Solar power equipment
Production system for the manufacture of multi-layer
immersed filter modules for biological wastewater treatment
This system processes endless filter membranes into multi-layer filter modules, by means of automatic blank production with cut edge sealing using ultrasonic roller cutting units. Robot systems with modular gripper units are used to handle filter blanks and glue connecting elements.
- Processing of endless filter membranes into multi-layer filter modules
- Automatic blank production with cut edge sealing by ultrasonic roller cutting units
- Cutter processing of filter membrane blanks
- Automatic feeding of connecting elements for the manufacture of the filter modules
- Handling of filter blanks and gluing of connecting elements by two robot systems with modular gripper units
- Manual removal of the packaged filter modules