Lanxess will address the current challenges in water treatment with a range of new developments.
Lanxess will address the current challenges in water treatment with a range of new developments.

The Lanxess will be showcasing a number of new developments at Aquatech, Amsterdam. (October 31st to November 3rd, 2017).

Lanxess offers Lewatit brand ion exchange resins, Lewabrane membrane elements for reverse osmosis and Bayoxide iron oxide adsorbers. Lanxess will discuss the efficient purification of feedwater for water/steam cycles in power plants. Further examples are also becoming increasingly important, such as the effluent-free treatment of dye mill wastewater (zero liquid discharge) or the removal of critical organic pollutants (micropollutants) in wastewater treatment.
 
New developments
Lanxess addresses the current challenges in water treatment with a range of new developments. These include energy-efficient membrane elements from the Lewabrane RO ULP line (Reverse Osmosis – Ultra Low Pressure), Lewatit NM 3367 mixed bed ion exchange resin for desalination and Lewatit TP 107 selective ion exchange resin with high Cr(VI) binding capacity. LewaPlus design software now features a module for innovative reverse osmosis technology.