The hemodialysis membrane is a core functional material for hemodialysis, with the hollow fiber membrane spinhead that is produced in the hemodialysis membrane acting as a key component of the entire production link. The hollow fiber membrane needed in hemodialysis features a high requirement for the surface roughness, accuracy and consistency of the multi-head. The eccentric degree of the hollow fiber membrane spinneret reaches 0.003mm, with the porosity and spinneret meeting the requirements for consistency in the hollow fiber.
What is hemodialysis?
Hemodialysis, often called kidney dialysis, or simply just dialysis, is a process that purifies the blood in a person whose kidneys do not function correctly. This type of dialysis achieves extracorporeal removal of waste such as creatinine, urea and free water from the blood when kidneys are in a state of failure. During the hemodialysis process, blood is withdrawn from the body, through the permeable membrane hemodialysis machine (also called an artificial kidney), which removes any metabolic wastes and impurities from the blood, then returns the purified blood back to the body. This process is often known as dialysis or "wash the blood". Hemodialysis can be used in patients with kidney failure, blood poisoning, or when the body cannot discharge toxic substances on its own. It does so by draining the blood out of the body, sending it through a dialyzer of holly fibers that consist of numerous root fibers (just like the body's natural blood concentration of electrolyte solutions (dialysate) inside and outside of the hollow fibers in a root) in a material exchange of diffusion/convection to get rid of metabolic waste, maintain electrolyte levels and the acid-base balance, while still removing excess body water.
|No.||General Specification||Application||Design Type||Type|
|1||0.36/0.28/0.15||Wet Spinning NIPS||Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|2||0.5/0.28/0.15||Wet Spinning NIPS||Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|3||0.6/0.4/0.2||Wet Spinning NIPS||Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|4||0.8/0.4/0.2||Wet Spinning NIPS||Normal||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|5||1.3/0.7/0.4||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|6||1.4/0.9/0.6||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|7||1.5/0.9/0.6||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|8||1.6/0.7/0.4||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|9||1.8/0.9/0.5||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|10||1.8/1.2/0.6||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|11||2.0/1.0/0.7||Wet Spinning NIPS/Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|12||2.6/1.6/1.2||Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|13||3.0/1.9/1.4||Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|14||3.1/1.8/1.5||Wet Spinning NIPS||Normal/Independent||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|15||3.5/1.8/0.8||Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal||Single-hole/Multi-holes|
|16||3.5/2.0/1.0||Dry Spinning TIPS||Normal||Single-hole/Multi-holes|