PESf hollow fiber membrane was used to recover sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) from N-2/SF6 binary mixture gas. To fabricate a hollow fiber membrane, a dry-wet phase inversion method was used. Fiber was post-treated by methanol to increase permeance. Fabricated membrane was characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and N-2, SF6 single gas permeation according to temperature and pressure difference. Using N-2/SF6 binary mixture gas (10 vol% of SF6), we checked the separation of mixture gas in a manufactured single module according to temperature, pressure difference, and retentate flow rate. The highest SF6 purity in recovered gas was 50.4 vol% when the pressure difference, temperature, and stage cut was highest in experimental conditions, but the recovery ratio marked the lowest value.