2018 Membrane Technology Conference & Exposition
Palm Beach Convention Center, West Palm Beach, FL
Monday – Friday | March 12-16, 2018
Membrane technologies are increasingly used in many applications including municipal water, wastewater and reuse, as well as in a host of industrial processes. The MTC explores the development and implementation of membrane technologies as well as operation and maintenance of membrane equipment and facilities.
We are a Gold sponsor for the conference, we invite you to stop by and say hello, we're in booth #600 in the exhibit area.
Nanostone has been selected for a technical paper presentation on Wednesday, March 14th at 2pm in the WED07 Ceramic Membranes Session. Please join us and hear Winnie Shih present her paper "High Turbidity Backwash Waste Recovery for Potable Use at Surface Water Treatment Plant."
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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