Manufacturer of membrane filtration technologies, Koch Membrane Systems (KMS), will be showcasing its products at this year’s WEFTEC, the 91st annual technical exhibition and conference covering all things related to water.
WEFTEC will take place between 29 September and 3 October at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in Louisiana and Koch Membrane Systems will be demonstrating how they can help achieve the lowest energy membrane bioreactor (MBR).
The company’s Pulsion MBR module, the next generation of its Puron MBR module, will be on show, offering up to 40% aeration energy reduction and a 25% footprint reduction. KMS says it reduces operating costs, improves system reliability and simplifies maintenance and operations.
The company also offers retrofits to upgrade existing conventional systems or flat-sheet and hollow fibre MBR systems, using existing infrastructure, to help clients reduce their footprint and expand capacity.
Finally, KMS experts will be on hand to talk about KMS Assist, a service which partners with clients throughout the lifecycle of their filtration system. The company provides membrane process optimization, plant audits and troubleshooting, data collection, analysis and reporting, operator training and telephone support.
The KMS team will be available at Booth 1001 at WEFTEC.