WILMINGTON, Mass. – September 18, 2017 — Koch Membrane Systems (KMS) is pleased to announce the return of the FLUID SYSTEMS® nanofiltration (NF) and reverse osmosis (RO) product lines.
“Professionals around the world have relied on Fluid Systems products to deliver consistent, high-quality filtration,” says Taylour Johnson, water and wastewater product manager. “We see these products as an important addition to our extensive product portfolio, allowing us to provide municipal and industrial clients a total treatment solution with reuse potential.”
The Fluid Systems NF and RO products are available in standard 8” FRP hard overwrap configuration (8040) in standard and high area construction, and are listed under ANSI/NSF Standard 61. The Fluid Systems line includes multiple products engineered to serve in potable water and industrial water applications including:
- TFC® SW: High rejection seawater RO membranes for treatment of high TDS industrial streams and seawater desalination;
- TFC HR: Robust high-rejection and low-fouling brackish water RO products for consistent operation when treating industrial streams and wastewater effluents; and
- TFC SR: Low energy NF products for water softening, seawater sulfate removal and organics removal.
In addition to NF and RO elements, KMS offers a line of standard systems, which includes a high recovery option.
Fluid Systems was an early pioneer in RO technology. Since 1967, when it developed and patented the first spiral wound element, the Fluid Systems brand has been an innovation leader in the membrane filtration world. From the first cellulose acetate RO membrane ever installed commercially, to the first multi-leaf spiral wound element, to the introduction of the first thin-film composite membrane (TFC — now a trademark recognized as a worldwide industry standard), Fluid Systems continuously delivered premier advanced solutions to the filtration market. In 1998, Fluid Systems became a part of Koch Membrane Systems, one of the world’s largest water treatment and membrane filtration companies.
Posted September 18, 2017
Source: Koch Membrane Systems (KMS)