ro membrane News

  • Cross Flow Membrane Market is Changing

    The market for cross flow membrane equipment and consumables will be changing and evolving faster in the next decade than in the past few decades. This is the forecast in ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Learn how Kuriverter® RC improved the salt rejection and the permeate conductivity in our customer’s RO plant

    A European stainless steel company installed a RO for the industrial water preparation for boiler feed water. After 3 years of membrane lifetime the first oxidation problems started. With the help of Kurita´s Kuriverter® RC the customer saved 30,000€ in membrane replacement, the permeate water quality improved plus an impressive salt rejection recovery was noticed. ...


    By Kurita

  • AQUATECH CHINA 2017 Finished Perfectly

    AquaTech in Shanghai, SEAPS, most cost-effective RO membrane manufacturer in China We hereby sincerely invite you to visit our booth at 8.1P522 SEAPS from June 7-9 as the AQUATECH CHINA 2017 is coming. Our company is a  Professional Reverse Osmosis Membrane Manufacturer. We specialize in designing and manufacturing RO membrane and its' ...

  • What are Microfiltration and Ultrafiltration and How Do They Work?

    Microfiltration (MF) and ultrafiltration (UF) solve a variety of process liquid treatment and purification needs, generally with low operational costs and a small footprint. MF and UF are typically incorporated within a larger treatment process, and, when used to pretreat process streams, MF/UF systems are particularly effective at preventing costly fouling of downstream equipment, such as RO ...


    By SAMCO Technologies, Inc.

  • Genairclean – the power of microbubbles

    Since Asif Sheikh joined Genesys from Nalco in April 2016 he has been consistently impressed with our unique cleaners and especially our patented approach of using microbubbles for enhanced membrane cleaning. The Genairclean system combines Genesol 704 (an alkaline detergent) with surfactant, chelant and effervescent reagents and uses a ‘Genairator’ to add air, creating microbubbles ...

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