In June 2016 Nanostone Water exhibited at the Aquatech China convention with over 70,000 attendees. The Nanostone Ceramic Membrane display was a crowd favorite. In July 2016 Nanostone exhibited at Singapore International Water Week. The Nanostone Ceramic Membrane was again the feature product on display. Two technical papers were also presented at the conference titled “Design Considerations For Implementing Ceramics in New and Existing Polymeric UF Systems” and “Silica Reduction In Cooling Tower Blow-Down Reuse Using Low Cost Ceramic Ultrafiltration Membranes”. The first paper highlighted the process design development work by Nanostone showing that the Ceramic membrane hydraulic cleaning is similar to most pressurized polymeric membranes making retrofits feasible. The second paper highlighted the performance of the ceramic membrane in cooling tower blowdown recovery pilot where existing polymeric ultrafiltration membranes experience upsets and shortened life. Look for Nanostone at upcoming conferences including the AWWA Membrane Technology Conference In February 2017
About Nanostone Water
Nanostone Water is a membrane solutions company with a unique portfolio of ceramic and polymeric membranes serving industrial process fluid, water and wastewater treatment applications. Headquartered in Eden Prairie, Minnesota, the company has ceramic manufacturing operations in Halberstadt, Germany and manufactures polymeric membrane products at its Oceanside and Carlsbad, California facilities. (www.nanostone.com)
In partnership with Singapore International Water Week (SIWW), Nanostone Water is pleased to co-organize a webinar on “Ceramic Membranes- The Future of Water Treatment Technology”.
Nanostone will be presenting its latest progress of the CM-151 ceramic ultrafiltration technology in the applications in municipal and industrial water treatment. Please join us to hear the successful stories from Nanostone experts Jonathan Clement, Gilbert Galjaard, and Carlo Patteri.
This year, Nanostone Water is presenting the application of ceramic membrane in the drinking water industry. Mr. Gilbert Galjaard, Chief Process Engineer of Nanostone Water, will talk about the overview of ceramic membrane development and its prospect. Recent adjustments in ceramic membranes and technology have led to overall lower costs, which made it possible to be adapted in drinking water treatment application and has led to a noticeable increase in applications since 2014. Nanostone Water’s segmented ultrafiltration monolith is suitable to retrofit existing polymeric plants, leading to a rapid implementation on sites where there were polymeric membranes failed.Read More