Lanxess will exhibit its ion exchange resins, iron oxide adsorbers and newer RO membranes and ultrafiltration products.
Lanxess will exhibit its ion exchange resins, iron oxide adsorbers and newer RO membranes and ultrafiltration products.

The Liquid Purification Technologies (LPT) business unit at Lanxess will be showcasing its products for process water, drinking water and wastewater at the 2019 International Water Conference, taking place from 10-14 November in Orlando, Florida.

The conference and exhibition will see Lanxess exhibit its ion exchange resins, iron oxide adsorbers and newer high-performance reverse osmosis (RO) membranes and ultrafiltration products.  In addition, the company’s LewaPlus software will be on show, a free platform for designing water treatment systems with ion exchange resin (IX) and reverse osmosis (RO) membrane systems, allowing users to drag and drop different technologies in one design.

Lanxess will show its RO membranes, the Lewabrane RO B400 HP and Lewabrane RO B440 HP elements which have enhanced brackish water processing capabilities. Ultrafiltration (UF) membranes are a new addition to the Lanxess product family, available in North America through an agreement with the French company Polymem SA.

The Gigamem UF modules reduce operational costs for ultrafiltration, while the permanent hydrophilic Neophil membrane material lowers the fouling tendency and ensures a stable filtration process.