LG NanoH2O Inc
LG NanoH2O manufactures seawater and brackish water reverse osmosis (RO) mem branes that lower the cost of desalination. Based on breakthrough nanostructured materials and industry-proven polymer technology, LG NanoH2O s RO membranes dramatically improve desalination energy efficiency and productivity. Standard 61 certified by NSF International for the production of drinking water, these membranes deliver best-in-class flux and rejection, and are available in standard 8-inch (20 cm) diameter elements that fit easily into new and existing desalination plants, purifying water from a broad range of sources with improved productivity and water quality.
More than 400 commercial sites in over 50 countries have installed LG NanoH2O s RO membranes for their desalination systems. From the Caribbean, across the Mediterranean, throughout Europe, the Middle East and Asia, LG NanoH2O prides itself on its team of dedicated technical field and application engineers who support each project from start to finish. Our Q+ Projection Software and QSee Normalization Programs are widely considered to be the most intuitive and comprehensive tools in the industry.
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LG NanoH2O appoints sales manager for Saudi
Salim Maarouf has joined LG NanoH2O as sales manager for Saudi Arabia. He has 20 years of experience in reverse osmosis and most recently served as sales and procurement manager for AES Arabia. He is based in Riyadh
NanoH2O releases new projection software version
Reverse osmosis membrane manufacturer NanoH2O has released version 2.2 of its Q+ projection software with a "more intuitive" graphic interface
NanoH2O Receives Aquatech Innovation Award
Largest Water Technology Exhibition Recognizes QuantumFlux Seawater Reverse Osmosis (SWRO) Membranes as Top Innovative Technology in Water Supply Category
Reverse Osmosis (RO) Flat Sheet
QuantumFlux TFN membranes have demonstrated a 50-100% increase in permeability when compared to the current installed base of RO membranes