Membrane materials are of several types. They can be classified based on their nature. There are inorganic and organic membrane materials which are used everywhere. The Synder Filtration provides a number of multiple polymer kinds which are useful for microfiltration and ultrafiltration membranes that are natural. Selecting the materials that are membrane depends on a number of factors such as the operating parameters, a structure of the feed solution, the application type that is used and the objectives of separation. Each materials like inorganic and organic have their benefits and drawbacks. It is very important to decide which type of membrane or polymer will be suitable for the process in hand. A bulk of membranes used in the sectors contains synthetics or natural polymer. The membrane which is made up of both artificial and natural polymers is known as an organic membrane. The polymer choice ought to be based on elements like the compatibility with membrane fabrication technology along with the application use that was intended. Inorganic membranes which are a type of membrane materials are the polymeric membrane which are produced from from sintering metal powders. Some of those powders which can be used are of palladium, tungsten or stainless steel. They are then deposited on a porous substrate. These membranes are mainly used for hydrogen separation. The main steel used here is palladium and its alloy being the primary choice of any substance. The main disadvantage of utilizing a membrane is its area poisoning effect which is unavoidable. The other type s of membranes would be the ceramic ones which consist of metal and nonmetal compositions. They can be normally utilized for environments which are very acidic in naturel when compared to the others.