Lewatit® – water treatment through ion exchange

Desalination

Lewatit® – water treatment through ion exchange

The Business Unit Liquid Purification Technologies (LPT) of specialty chemicals company LANXESS is one of the most important suppliers for liquid separation procedures worldwide. It holds a leading position in the development and production of ion exchange resins and is strongly committed to the further development of reverse osmosis membrane elements.

Palmachim SWRO Desalination Plant

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Palmachim SWRO Desalination Plant

GES designed

Desalination Plants: Maintain high level of productivity

Desalination

Desalination Plants: Maintain high level of productivity

By 2030

Packaged Sanitary/Industrial WWTP

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Packaged Sanitary/Industrial WWTP

GES is recognized worldwide for its compact and efficient solutions treating sanitary wastewater meeting or even exceeding effluent quality required by local regulation. Our Industrial Unit is proud to present a compact modular and mobile solution based on "Attached growth biological treatment" technique

VOLTEA INDUSTRIAL SERIES (IS) SYSTEMS

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VOLTEA INDUSTRIAL SERIES (IS) SYSTEMS

Voltea's IS systems employ a simple

VOLTEA VS SERIES

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VOLTEA VS SERIES

Voltea has leveraged the same robust industrial technology for smaller scale consumer appliances.

PX Prime

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PX Prime

The Industry's Best Energy Recovery Solution

Kemira Biocides & Cleaners

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Kemira Biocides & Cleaners

MEMBRANE CLEANING AND BIOFILM/SLIME CONTROL is a vital part of the membrane-efficiency maintenance program. For membrane cleaning

In-depth analysis by Kemira

Desalination

In-depth analysis by Kemira

TECHNICAL & SITE SUPPORT SERVICES

Desalination

Nanostone Water Inc’s Ceramic Ultrafiltration Module Receives NSF/ANSI Standard 61 and NSF/ANSI Standard 372 Certification

Eden Prairie

ROMEMBRA® Toray RO Membrane

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ROMEMBRA® Toray RO Membrane

TORAY first began producing Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration spiral wound membrane elements in 1967