Bayoxide E 33 is a key product from the Bayoxide E range for removing arsenic from water. Photo: Lanxess AG
Bayoxide E 33 is a key product from the Bayoxide E range for removing arsenic from water. Photo: Lanxess AG

The Bayoxide E range of technical iron oxide adsorbers is produced by Lanxess’s Inorganic Pigments (IPG) business unit, which has also marketed them until now.

The LPT portfolio already includes Lewatit ion exchange resins and Lewabrane reverse osmosis membrane elements.
 
Going forward, LPT will be responsible for all water treatment products. Responsibility for all other Bayoxide products will remain with IPG.
 
LPT has been handling Bayoxide E adsorber business for all applications not relating to drinking water – such as treating wastewater, process water and aquarium water – since the beginning of 2016.
 
“By completing the transfer, we are offering our customers across the globe additional products, services and technical consulting from a single source. We now have three different water treatment technologies, which puts us in a better position than virtually any other supplier to deliver customized solutions for users’ specific requirements,” said Jean-Marc Vesselle, who is in charge of the LPT business unit at Lanxess.