NanoH2O

  • Reverse osmosis membranes made from a polyamide film filled with inorganic nanoparticles – likely zeolites
  • Has shown 15% to 28% energy efficiency improvement over competitors' membranes; three products with a mix of high flux and salt rejection properties
  • Products are standard "pl...

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