inge watertechnologies wins contract for China’s largest seawater treatment plant

The plant has been designed to treat 110,000 cubic meters of sea water per day to supply a power plant and local industry. Prior to undergoing desalination by reverse osmosis (RO), the water is cleaned in an ultrafiltration system. According to the CEO of inge watertechnologies Bruno Steis, the key to inge's success lay in the reliability and quality of its German-made UF membranes and modules, as well as the benefits offered by its T-Rack technology. A T-Rack has a footprint which is up to 60% smaller than conventional rack systems. These are the kind of features can help customers cut the overall capital cost of their ultrafiltration system by five percent or more, depending on the scale of the system being installed.