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Hydranautics Hydracap Max 80
  • Product num: MCMAX105
  • Equivalent: Max 80 Equivalent

General Information

MCMAX105 is manufactured as the direct equivalent, replacement, alternative, analog, retrofit and analogue to replace Hydranautics Hydracap Max 80 (Max80) UF membrane module.
MCMAX105 ultrafiltration (UF) membrane module is a pressurized module, which is designed and manufactured for the filtration of surface water, potable water, seawater, industrial wastewater and municipal sewage. These UF modules are made of new generation PVDF hollow fiber membrane with high fouling resistance and hydrophilicity.
MCMAX105 UF modules are applied in flexible UF systems, providing high-quality filtrate by removing suspended solids, colloids, pyrogens, bacteria, viruses and other impurities to protect downstream processes such as NF and RO.


  • Outside-to-inside flow direction
  • New generation PVDF hollow fiber
  • Uniform pore size of 0.08 μm
  • Typical filtrate turbidity ≤ 0.1 NTU
  • Bacteria removal ≥ 4 log


  • High tolerance for feed water
  • High-quality filtrate
  • Less energy needed for high flux
  • Longer service life by high fouling resistance and mechanical strength
  • Direct and economical module replacement


  • Surface water
  • Potable water
  • Municipal sewage
  • Beverage clarification
  • Industrial wastewater
  • Reclaimed water reuse
  • Pre-treatment of sea water desalination

Module Dimensions

Module Dimensions of Hydranautics Hydracap Max 80 Equivalent

Model L(mm/in) L1(mm/in) L2(mm/in) D(mm/in) D1(mm/in) W(mm/in) Connection port Air inlet
MCMAX105 2340.6/92.15 2232.7/87.9 2110.9/83.11 290/11.42 250/9.84 172/6.8 DN50 (2” Victaulic) 3/8” FNPT


Specifications Parameters
Model MCMAX105
Effective membrane area (m²/ft²) 105/1130
Filtrate flow rate m3/h (gpm) 3.6 – 12.6 (15.7 – 55.5)
Dry weight (KG/lbs) 62/135
Wet weight filled with water (KG/lbs) 118/260
Membrane material PVDF (Polyvinylidene Fluoride)
Fiber ID/OD 0.6/1.2 mm (0.024/0.047 inch)
Flow direction


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