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Water Planet and Applied Membranes form alliance

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Water Planet, Inc. and Applied Membranes, Inc. have formed a strategic alliance to jointly market, sell and service nanofiltration and reverse osmosis-based water treatment systems, relying on Applied Membrane's standard designs and Water Planet's IntelliFlux® self-adaptive flux management controls.

As one of the first collaborations under this agreement, Water Planet has sold a multi-stage reverse osmosis-based integrated membrane system for the Kuwait Oil Company, to purify brackish groundwater for use in oil production and steam generation.

"This collaboration leverages the strengths of Applied Membranes and Water Planet to deliver a robust water treatment solution to an important customer. Applied Membranes is recognised worldwide for its technical expertise, high quality products, and excellent service, and is an ideal partner for us," said Eric Hoek, Founder and CEO of Water Planet.

"I am very excited about the opportunity to work with the talented team at Water Planet. Our companies complement each other, and I've enjoyed working with the Water Planet team to combine their membrane technology innovations with our 32 years of experience designing, manufacturing and delivering membrane based water treatment systems," said Gil Dhawan, Founder and CEO of Applied Membranes.

Applied Membranes is a manufacturer and distributor of reverse osmosis membranes, systems and components, with more than 10 000 commercial and industrial systems in operation across the globe over the past 32 years.

Water Planet designs and sells ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis systems. Water Planet developed its proprietary IntelliFlux self-adaptive flux management controls technology to improve the reliability and affordability of membrane filtration systems in challenging applications. The company's latest breakthrough innovation, PolyCera® membrane technology, offers ceramic membrane hydrophilicity and robustness with polymer membrane form factors and affordability.


Adapted from press release by Francesca Brindle

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/gas-processing/05022016/applied-membranes-alliance-with-water-planet-2394/


 

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