Brochure available for AMTA workshop in Michigan
17 Feb 14 by desalination
The American Membrane Technology Association (AMTA) has released a brochure updating information for its two-day technology transfer workshop in Michigan in May 2014.
Titled Membranes on the Great Lakes, the workshop will be held at the Ann Arbor Marriott – Ypsilanti at Eagle Crest on 13-15 May 2014.
Attendees will learn about the basics of membranes, including low, medium, and high-pressure membrane systems, microfiltration/ultrafiltration design considerations, regional applications and reverse-osmosis troubleshooting. The workshop will also feature several membrane case studies, and there will be a visit to the Ann Arbor facility of NSF International, the standards and certification organization.
The brochure can be downloaded from the AMTA website.
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