SpinTek Filtration, Inc.

SpinTek has been manufacturing proprietary industrial water filtration systems and tubular membrane water filtration modules for over 14 years. With expertise in membrane filtration system design and engineering of large custom filtration (media) equipment for mining filtration, SpinTek has hundreds of installations worldwide and is a market leader in providing solvent extraction (SX) filters and CoMatrix filters for hydrometallurgical applications. Manufacturer of robust industrial membrane systems, the rotating SpeedyT and ST-II Systems with ceramic or stainless steel membranes are suitable for harsh wastewater environments in industrial, nuclear or commercial applications. For University or Laboratory research, the new STC tabletop has a 1:1 scale-up ratio.

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10863 Portal Drive , Los Alamitos , 90720 California USA

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Business Type:
Manufacturer
Industry Type:
Water and Wastewater - Water Filtration and Separation
Market Focus:
Globally (various continents)
Year Founded:
2001
Employees:
11-100
Turnover:
10,000,000 - 100,000,000 €

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The Management of SpinTek Systems has collectively over thirty years experience with membrane filtration systems and over fourteen years experience with rotating membrane systems. The Company holds numerous worldwide patents on the SpinTek technology as well as other filtration patents for solvent extraction of copper.

The Company seeks to be a leader in providing filtration separations for industrial wastewater applications through invention, creative licensing agreements and strategic partnering. By providing proprietary, innovative 'enabling' technologies the Company is able to distinguish itself from the competition and obtain market access worldwide.

Primary target markets for membrane filtration are nuclear, chemical and oily water with our new filter, 'Sparkle', expected to be on the market in 2005. The primary market for hydrometallurgy applications is copper and secondary markets are nickel, zinc and uranium.