Your flexible and reliable partner for membranes

GMT is an internationally successful membrane manufacturer who offers you innovative membranes for a broad range of applications.
Our products – membranes and membrane modules – are synonymous for excellent quality and reliability. The membrane portfolio ranges from products for gas separation to organophilic nanofiltration.
Our staff have been developing and providing high quality membranes since 1995. GMT controls the entire manufacturing process at our manufacturing site in Rheinfelden, Germany in compliance with the quality standard DIN EN ISO 9001:2015.

With an expertise reflected in hundreds of industry-scale membrane systems delivered to customers all over the world, GMT is your competent partner for your separation tasks.
In many areas of the chemical, petrochemical as well as oil and gas industries GMT membranes are the robust and reliable heart of the membrane process.
GMT offers you state-of-the-art composite membranes ensuring the economic efficiency of existing and new processes. For this purpose we use the flexibility of our efficient and versatile structure to service your market needs promptly.

Quality & Certficates

An optimised and reliable manufacturing ensures high quality products and supports the competitiveness of our customers.

Our understanding of quality is based on:

  • Customer orientation
  • Product quality
  • Trust and transparency
  • Continuous improvement

Our know-how, our reliability and flexibility as well as the sustainability of our products result in 100% satisfaction of our customers.
Transparency to our customers and reliability are inseparable from our quality understanding.
All processes, products and relationships are continuously and consistently developed and optimised.


Competence for your future is our guideline. Both the continuous improvement of existing products and new developments are based on this.

The collaboration with leading research institutes and equipment manufacturers enables our economic implementation of new, innovative products and technologies.

GMT is partner in forward-looking research projects of the EC, the German Ministry of Education and Research and the Deutsche Bundesstiftung Umwelt as expert for industrial scale membrane manufacturing. Consequently, you have always access to the latest developments in membrane technology.


Please find publications regarding different topics of membrane technology as follows:

Ultrathin 2D‐Layered Cyclodextrin Membranes for High‐Performance Organic Solvent Nanofiltration
T Huang, T Puspasari, SP Nunes, KV Peinemann
Advanced Functional Materials 30 (4), 1906797, 2020

Highways for water molecules: Interplay between nanostructure and water vapor transport in block copolymer membranes
FH Akhtar, H Vovushua, LF Villalobos, R Shevate, M Kumar, SP Nunes, KV Peinemann
Journal of Membrane Science 572, 641-649, 2019

Effective interfacially polymerized polyester solvent resistant nanofiltration membrane from bioderived materials
MH Abdellah, L Pérez‐Manríquez, T Puspasari, CA Scholes, SE Kentish, KV Peinemann
Advanced Sustainable Systems 2 (7), 1800043, 2018

Unique cellulose/polydimethylsiloxane blends as an advanced hybrid material for organic solvent nanofiltration and pervaporation membranes
T Puspasari, T Chakrabarty, G Genduso, KV Peinemann
Journal of Materials Chemistry A 6 (28), 13685-13695, 2018

Progress in the Use of Membrane Technology to Separate Volatile Organic Coumpounds (VOCs)
Klaus Ohlrogge, Jan Wind, Torsten Brinkmann, Henning Scheel, Jürgen Stegger, Tedmund Tiberi
in: Comprehensive Membrane Science and Engineering, Drioli, E., Giorno, L., and Fontananova, E. (eds.), second edition. vol. 2, pp. 226-255. Oxford: Elsevier, 2017

Membrane Technology
Peinemann, Klaus-Viktor, Pereira Nunes, Suzana (eds.),
6 Volume Set, Wiley-VCH, 2007-2012

Membranes for Recovery of Volatile Organic Compounds
K. Ohlrogge, J. Wind, T. Brinkmann
In: Comprehensive Membrane Science and Engineering, Enrico Drioli, Lidietta Giorno (eds.), volume 2, pp.213-242, Oxford: Academic Press, Elsevier B.V., 2010

Membrane Technology in the Chemical Industry
Suzana Pereira Nunes, Klaus-Viktor Peinemann (eds.),
Wiley-VCH, 2006

Grundlagen, Verfahren und industrielle Anwendungen
Klaus Ohlrogge, Katrin Ebert (Hrsg.), Wiley-VCH, 2006

Membranes: Separation of Organic Vapors from Gas Streams
Ohlrogge, K.; Stuerken, K.
In: Ullmann's Encyclopedia of Industrial Chemistry: Electronic Release, 7th Edition, Weinheim: Wiley, 2006

Fundamental studies on the performance of a hydrophobic solvent stable membrane in non-aqueous solutions
K. Ebert, J. Koll, M. F. J. Dijkstra, M. Eggers
Journal of Membrane Science 285 (1-2), 75-80, 2006

Influence of inorganic fillers on the compaction behaviour of polymer based membranes
K. Ebert, D. Fritsch, J. Koll, C. Tjahjawiguna
Journal of Membrane Science 233 (1-2), 71-78, 2006

Non-aqueous applications of NF
F. P. Cuperus, K. Ebert
In: Nanofiltration. Principles and Applications, A. I. Schäfer, A. G. Fane, T. D. Waite (eds.), Elsevier Ltd. (UK), 2002