Based on Fujifilm’s outstanding history in organic chemistry, thin film coating- and manufacturing excellence, we have developed a highly functional membrane element. Fujifilm Apura™ has proven itself for treatment of natural gas and distinguishes itself with high performance and robustness against contaminants like water and aromatics.
With Fujifilm’s new gas separation element Apura™ our clients are able to sweeten their natural gas in an efficient and cost-effective manner. The elements can be used for bulk and fine removal of acid gas in natural gas processes.
Function of Apura™
Under the influence of pressure, Fujifilm’s spiral wound membrane elements (modules) remove CO2 and H2S from a natural gas feed stream. This membrane separation process results in an enhanced caloric product stream (also known as residue) that is low on CO2 and H2S, and in a waste stream that is lean in hydrocarbons and rich in CO2 and H2S.
Using our proprietary technology we offer high functional and cost-effective gas sweetening membrane elements with high CO2 selectivity, resulting in lower CAPEX and OPEX for our clients. Fujifilm utilizes multilayer composite membranes, which makes the modules extremely robust towards aromatics and water.
Fujifilm’s membrane elements fit in the regular 8 and 8¼ inch pressure vessels, and can be customized with respect to dimension.
To get an impression of Fujifilm’s gas separation membrane element Apura, please watch our information video.
Fujifilm Apura™, for existing and new installations.
Pressure range of operation
Temperature range of operation
Performance stability at extremes
Financial / Operational
To learn more about Fujifilm’s gas separation membrane elements please contact us using the following information:
Drs. O. Gerrits
Membrane business Unit manager
FUJIFILM Manufacturing Europe B.V.
5047 TK Tilburg
P.O. Box 90156
Fujifilm Corporation is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corporation.