The Canyon Regional Water Authority (CRWA) in New Braunfels, Texas operates the Lake Dunlap Water Treatment Plant, which treats surface water from the Guadalupe River. The plant is licensed to provide wholesale drinking water to Texas retail water suppliers. CRWA was seeking a more resilient and robust system to address the issues they were experiencing then Nanostone Water came into the picture. Check the video to find out how Nanostone CM-151 ceramic membrane helped to saves costs, power, labor, and water for this plant!
Check out the first drinking water plant using ceramic membrane in Texas: Martindale Water Supply Corporation, and see how Nanostone Water helped to bring peace of mind to our client.
This is a short introductory video for the Nanostone Water, Inc. ceramic membrane. It highlights the key applications and benefits of the Nanostone ceramic membrane technology.
This animation video highlights the key features of the Nanostone CM-151* ceramic membrane module and provides a close-up view of the fluid dynamics.
A short video featuring Nanostone Water’s Dr. Christian Göbbert, Chief Science Officer, to explain the nanotechnology of the ceramic membrane coating and physical structure.