We are excited to announce that Membrane Works has joined forces with A S Harrison & Co and our water treatment chemical manufacturer partner, American Water Chemicals (AWC), to distribute AWC’s water treatment products across Australia.
The partnership will distribute AWC’s premier range of water treatment chemicals, known for their exceptional quality and effectiveness. These include scale inhibitors, antiscalants, biocides, and cleaning chemicals, to customers in the water treatment industry.
Membrane Works is a leading supplier of membrane technology solutions for water and wastewater treatment, including membrane modules, systems, and components, as well as technical support and training to customers in the water treatment industry.
Come meet us all at the A S Harrison & Co Booth P12 at the OzWater Conference at the ICC in Sydney from this Wednesday 10th May to Friday 12th May, where we will be featuring products from American Water Chemicals (AWC) and other partners including AlgaEnviro.
Ozwater is an annual three-day conference and exhibition featuring a strong line-up of international and national keynote speakers, scientific and technical papers, case studies, workshops, panel sessions and poster presentations. This year’s conference theme is United By Water, the Day 1 program discusses creating modern, inclusive workplaces, Day 2 features progressive governance frameworks and making reconciliation real, whilst Day 3 tackles improving water quality and the issue of emissions while planning our energy future.
We are looking forward to discussing how we can help with your Aquaculture and Water Treatment consulting requirements across Municipal and Industrial applications such a Mining, Oil & Gas and Crop Protection. Book an appointment with us using the button below.
For more information on how we can help with your needs check out our water treatment section on our website!
Product and customer insights
Despite numerous cleanings, the productivity of the Reverse Osmosis plant would not recover from severe membrane fouling. The membrane autopsy revealed that the ferric hydroxide was seeding
silica polymerization and that even while the ferric hydroxide was removed, the silica scaling was continuing to grow.
The plant was experiencing weekly shutdowns for fiber clean up (~ 3 kg bags of matted slurry is cleaned per week). The shut downs were costly as they reduce plant availability for production.
The International Maritime Organisation (IMO) regulation, known as IMO 2020 was the the largest change in regulation relating to marine fuels impacting 75% of the fuel used by the shipping industry.
Keeping drilling costs low using Redi-Guard™ High Performance, an ecologically friendly drilling fluid technology with revolutionary rheological and shale encapsulation properties
AWC A-110 effectively inhibited scale at a dosage of 3.5 ppm and an operating pH of 6.9. This increase in operating pH reduced the district’s annual acid consumption by ~$350K per year based on their current production.
Research indicates that Sea Buckthorn may be able to strengthen the immune system. One in vitro study focused on the possible immunomodulatory properties of Sea Buckthorn.
MCI® -2020 V/O and ChemMaster’s Colorsil were chosen to repair and protect the walls based on their 20 year warranties and the fact that together they could fulfill the other specified repair design requirements.
The East Hokkaido region is known to have the highest volume of potato product in Japan. Unfortunately, a potato farmer in the area was experiencing a high rate of potato scab infection in his agricultural field.
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