Eden Prairie, MN, August 28, 2017 – Nanostone Water, a manufacturer of ceramic ultrafiltration membranes, announces today the launch of their new website. The new site features a clean, fresh look with added content, videos, and case studies.
“It was time to update our website with our new product and updated branding. We’re very pleased with the new design and will be adding more videos and case studies in the coming months” stated Brian Wise, Global Product Manager.
Nanostone launched their new ceramic ultrafiltration membrane in February of 2017. The CM-151™ is the result of significantly improved product design and manufacturing process since launching their previous membrane in 2015. While ceramic material has long been regarded as the more robust material for water ultrafiltration membranes, it wasn’t economically feasible until now” said Stanton Smith, VP of Global Marketing for Nanostone Water.
Brian remarked, “Nanostone invites you to look at our website, view the videos, and read the case studies; discover the proven durability, reliability, and lowest lifecycle cost of the Nanostone ceramic UF membrane.”
Nanostone Water is headquartered in Eden Prairie, MN. The CM-151 is manufactured in its ISO9001 certified factory in Germany. Nanostone focuses its commercial activities in China and North America.Back to News
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