On Demand

Designed for people new to the ion exchange (IX) technology, this course will help you understand the basic fundamentals of industrial water demineralization. The course will focus on ion exchange resins, and resin properties and factors that affect IX system operations and performance.

On Demand

Designed for people new to the ion exchange (IX) technology, this course will help you understand the basic fundamentals of industrial water demineralization. The course will focus on ion exchange resins, and resin properties and factors that affect IX system operations and performance.

On Demand

Designed for people new to the ion exchange (IX) technology, this course will help you understand the basic fundamentals of industrial water demineralization. The course will focus on ion exchange resins, and resin properties and factors that affect IX system operations and performance.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in the operation of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. This course will cover the loading of reverse osmosis elements, start-up of the RO system, shut-down and preservation of the RO unit, and monitoring of system performance.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in the operation of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. This course will cover the loading of reverse osmosis elements, start-up of the RO system, shut-down and preservation of the RO unit, and monitoring of system performance.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in the operation of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. This course will cover the loading of reverse osmosis elements, start-up of the RO system, shut-down and preservation of the RO unit, and monitoring of system performance.

On Demand

This training module will present in detail the significance of data normalization and introduce the attendees to an easy to use spreadsheet calculation method for normalization – FTNORM.

Reverse osmosis (RO) membrane processes are frequently used in industry to remove dissolved salts from water. In order to track the performance of RO systems, it is common to trend the pressures, flow rates, and conductivities associated with the feed, permeate, and concentrate streams. The permeability and salt rejection properties of RO membranes are a function of the operating temperature, feed water salinity, and RO system recovery. As a result it is necessary to correct the performance measurements for these variables in order to accurately assess the performance of the RO system. This process is called normalization. 

On Demand

This training module will present in detail the significance of data normalization and introduce the attendees to an easy to use spreadsheet calculation method for normalization – FTNORM.

Reverse osmosis (RO) membrane processes are frequently used in industry to remove dissolved salts from water. In order to track the performance of RO systems, it is common to trend the pressures, flow rates, and conductivities associated with the feed, permeate, and concentrate streams. The permeability and salt rejection properties of RO membranes are a function of the operating temperature, feed water salinity, and RO system recovery. As a result it is necessary to correct the performance measurements for these variables in order to accurately assess the performance of the RO system. This process is called normalization. 

On Demand

This training module will present in detail the significance of data normalization and introduce the attendees to an easy to use spreadsheet calculation method for normalization – FTNORM.

Reverse osmosis (RO) membrane processes are frequently used in industry to remove dissolved salts from water. In order to track the performance of RO systems, it is common to trend the pressures, flow rates, and conductivities associated with the feed, permeate, and concentrate streams. The permeability and salt rejection properties of RO membranes are a function of the operating temperature, feed water salinity, and RO system recovery. As a result it is necessary to correct the performance measurements for these variables in order to accurately assess the performance of the RO system. This process is called normalization. 

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in the operation of ion exchange systems. The presentation will focus on how the resins are used covering performance drivers and system operations.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in the operation of ion exchange systems. The presentation will focus on how the resins are used covering performance drivers and system operations.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in the operation of ion exchange systems. The presentation will focus on how the resins are used covering performance drivers and system operations.

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This course is intended for people interested in chemical cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. This course will cover the ideal cleaning situation, the real cleaning situation, when to clean and what chemicals should be used.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in chemical cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. This course will cover the ideal cleaning situation, the real cleaning situation, when to clean and what chemicals should be used.

On Demand

This course is intended for people interested in chemical cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems. This course will cover the ideal cleaning situation, the real cleaning situation, when to clean and what chemicals should be used.

On Demand

This presentation will review the design and operational data of a number of successful full-scale integrated membrane systems (Ultrafiltration followed by Reverse Osmosis) installed in different types of industries and treating diverse water sources.

While fresh water resources are increasingly limited, efforts are taken aiming at a more efficient use of those resources and the value of water reuse, not only due to environmental but also economic aspects. This is especially true for the industrial sector, with a high potential to save water by reuse. This is expected to be even more critical in the coming future as the price of the water increases and the access to good quality water sources near the industries decreases. Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology has been operated in the industrial sector for decades for various purposes such as softening, ultra pure water production or water reuse. But like in other applications such as desalination, in industrial applications, membrane fouling remains as one of the main causes for poor RO plant performance. This implies frequent downtime for cleaning and maintenance and shorter membrane life time, leading to significant operational costs. Therefore, the selection of a proper pretreatment is essential to produce a high quality feed water for the RO system in order to ensure a more sustainable and reliable operation. In the past decades, ultrafiltration (UF) has become more popular for RO pre-treatment in the municipal and lately in the industrial sector too. Ultrafiltrate water is virtually free of particles, colloids and suspended solids. Therefore, plugging of RO feed channels is minimized and the RO cleaning frequency can be noticeably reduced. In comparison with conventional filtration (e.g. sand filtration), UF requires significantly lower footprint, produces a higher and more consistent water quality regardless of variations in the feed quality, and usually needs less power and chemicals. 

On Demand

This presentation will review the design and operational data of a number of successful full-scale integrated membrane systems (Ultrafiltration followed by Reverse Osmosis) installed in different types of industries and treating diverse water sources.

While fresh water resources are increasingly limited, efforts are taken aiming at a more efficient use of those resources and the value of water reuse, not only due to environmental but also economic aspects. This is especially true for the industrial sector, with a high potential to save water by reuse. This is expected to be even more critical in the coming future as the price of the water increases and the access to good quality water sources near the industries decreases. Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology has been operated in the industrial sector for decades for various purposes such as softening, ultra pure water production or water reuse. But like in other applications such as desalination, in industrial applications, membrane fouling remains as one of the main causes for poor RO plant performance. This implies frequent downtime for cleaning and maintenance and shorter membrane life time, leading to significant operational costs. Therefore, the selection of a proper pretreatment is essential to produce a high quality feed water for the RO system in order to ensure a more sustainable and reliable operation. In the past decades, ultrafiltration (UF) has become more popular for RO pre-treatment in the municipal and lately in the industrial sector too. Ultrafiltrate water is virtually free of particles, colloids and suspended solids. Therefore, plugging of RO feed channels is minimized and the RO cleaning frequency can be noticeably reduced. In comparison with conventional filtration (e.g. sand filtration), UF requires significantly lower footprint, produces a higher and more consistent water quality regardless of variations in the feed quality, and usually needs less power and chemicals. 

On Demand

This presentation will review the design and operational data of a number of successful full-scale integrated membrane systems (Ultrafiltration followed by Reverse Osmosis) installed in different types of industries and treating diverse water sources.

While fresh water resources are increasingly limited, efforts are taken aiming at a more efficient use of those resources and the value of water reuse, not only due to environmental but also economic aspects. This is especially true for the industrial sector, with a high potential to save water by reuse. This is expected to be even more critical in the coming future as the price of the water increases and the access to good quality water sources near the industries decreases. Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology has been operated in the industrial sector for decades for various purposes such as softening, ultra pure water production or water reuse. But like in other applications such as desalination, in industrial applications, membrane fouling remains as one of the main causes for poor RO plant performance. This implies frequent downtime for cleaning and maintenance and shorter membrane life time, leading to significant operational costs. Therefore, the selection of a proper pretreatment is essential to produce a high quality feed water for the RO system in order to ensure a more sustainable and reliable operation. In the past decades, ultrafiltration (UF) has become more popular for RO pre-treatment in the municipal and lately in the industrial sector too. Ultrafiltrate water is virtually free of particles, colloids and suspended solids. Therefore, plugging of RO feed channels is minimized and the RO cleaning frequency can be noticeably reduced. In comparison with conventional filtration (e.g. sand filtration), UF requires significantly lower footprint, produces a higher and more consistent water quality regardless of variations in the feed quality, and usually needs less power and chemicals. 

On Demand

This presentation will review the design and operational data of a number of successful full-scale integrated membrane systems (Ultrafiltration followed by Reverse Osmosis) installed in different types of industries and treating diverse water sources.

While fresh water resources are increasingly limited, efforts are taken aiming at a more efficient use of those resources and the value of water reuse, not only due to environmental but also economic aspects. This is especially true for the industrial sector, with a high potential to save water by reuse. This is expected to be even more critical in the coming future as the price of the water increases and the access to good quality water sources near the industries decreases. Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology has been operated in the industrial sector for decades for various purposes such as softening, ultra pure water production or water reuse. But like in other applications such as desalination, in industrial applications, membrane fouling remains as one of the main causes for poor RO plant performance. This implies frequent downtime for cleaning and maintenance and shorter membrane life time, leading to significant operational costs. Therefore, the selection of a proper pretreatment is essential to produce a high quality feed water for the RO system in order to ensure a more sustainable and reliable operation. In the past decades, ultrafiltration (UF) has become more popular for RO pre-treatment in the municipal and lately in the industrial sector too. Ultrafiltrate water is virtually free of particles, colloids and suspended solids. Therefore, plugging of RO feed channels is minimized and the RO cleaning frequency can be noticeably reduced. In comparison with conventional filtration (e.g. sand filtration), UF requires significantly lower footprint, produces a higher and more consistent water quality regardless of variations in the feed quality, and usually needs less power and chemicals. 

On Demand

This presentation will explain how to monitor and maintain your IX systems to get the best performance and also provide troubleshooting tips to help recognize early warning signs to prevent system upsets.

On Demand

This presentation will explain how to monitor and maintain your IX systems to get the best performance and also provide troubleshooting tips to help recognize early warning signs to prevent system upsets.

On Demand

This presentation will explain how to monitor and maintain your IX systems to get the best performance and also provide troubleshooting tips to help recognize early warning signs to prevent system upsets.

On Demand

By popular request, the Water Academy is offering an introduction to RO and NF Troubleshooting. This course will cover topics such as: 1) precursors to issues, 2) useful information and questions to ask when an issue occurs, 3) common symptoms, examples, and corrective measures for problems stemming from fouling, mechanical damage, and chemical damage.

On Demand

By popular request, the Water Academy is offering an introduction to RO and NF Troubleshooting. This course will cover topics such as: 1) precursors to issues, 2) useful information and questions to ask when an issue occurs, 3) common symptoms, examples, and corrective measures for problems stemming from fouling, mechanical damage, and chemical damage.

On Demand

By popular request, the Water Academy is offering an introduction to RO and NF Troubleshooting. This course will cover topics such as: 1) precursors to issues, 2) useful information and questions to ask when an issue occurs, 3) common symptoms, examples, and corrective measures for problems stemming from fouling, mechanical damage, and chemical damage.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about cleaning and troubleshooting Ultrafiltration systems. We are going to show how to use the Normalization Table to properly identify operational issues and the possible action to correct it. Details on cleaning and operational changes will be showed and the possible variables that can end-up impacting an Ultrafiltration system operations. During the cleaning topic we will look into key performance indicators for Ultrafiltration Systems that should trigger a membrane cleaning process and why to perform it. We will go throw details on how to perform them with preparation of cleaning solutions, standard cleaning procedures and tips for a successful Cleaning In Place (CIP). At the end of the Webinar attendees should be able to plan and implement effective membrane cleaning strategies.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about cleaning and troubleshooting Ultrafiltration systems. We are going to show how to use the Normalization Table to properly identify operational issues and the possible action to correct it. Details on cleaning and operational changes will be showed and the possible variables that can end-up impacting an Ultrafiltration system operations. During the cleaning topic we will look into key performance indicators for Ultrafiltration Systems that should trigger a membrane cleaning process and why to perform it. We will go throw details on how to perform them with preparation of cleaning solutions, standard cleaning procedures and tips for a successful Cleaning In Place (CIP). At the end of the Webinar attendees should be able to plan and implement effective membrane cleaning strategies.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about cleaning and troubleshooting Ultrafiltration systems. We are going to show how to use the Normalization Table to properly identify operational issues and the possible action to correct it. Details on cleaning and operational changes will be showed and the possible variables that can end-up impacting an Ultrafiltration system operations. During the cleaning topic we will look into key performance indicators for Ultrafiltration Systems that should trigger a membrane cleaning process and why to perform it. We will go throw details on how to perform them with preparation of cleaning solutions, standard cleaning procedures and tips for a successful Cleaning In Place (CIP). At the end of the Webinar attendees should be able to plan and implement effective membrane cleaning strategies.

On Demand

This webinar will provide an overview of Electrodeionization (EDI) technology and markets as well as the mechanics of electrolysis, electrodialysis and electrodeionization with a specific focus on how EDI’s use electricity to remove dissolved ions. It will also explain why EDI systems are much more robust and reliable when operated with 2 pass RO pretreatment and, where 2 pass RO is not possible, how to successfully operate an EDI after a single pass RO.

On Demand

This webinar will provide an overview of Electrodeionization (EDI) technology and markets as well as the mechanics of electrolysis, electrodialysis and electrodeionization with a specific focus on how EDI’s use electricity to remove dissolved ions. It will also explain why EDI systems are much more robust and reliable when operated with 2 pass RO pretreatment and, where 2 pass RO is not possible, how to successfully operate an EDI after a single pass RO.

On Demand

This webinar will provide an overview of Electrodeionization (EDI) technology and markets as well as the mechanics of electrolysis, electrodialysis and electrodeionization with a specific focus on how EDI’s use electricity to remove dissolved ions. It will also explain why EDI systems are much more robust and reliable when operated with 2 pass RO pretreatment and, where 2 pass RO is not possible, how to successfully operate an EDI after a single pass RO.

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Have you found that unexpected feed water quality changes can be very challenging for membrane systems? Ultrafiltration skids as pre-treatment for an RO system is a great advantage. Learn why with Dow expert Andrea Lima. Andrea will cover:

  • Types of water upsets and key solutions
  • Modifications when faced with a permanent variation
  • Best practices for design considerations
On Demand

Have you found that unexpected feed water quality changes can be very challenging for membrane systems? Ultrafiltration skids as pre-treatment for an RO system is a great advantage. Learn why with Dow expert Andrea Lima. Andrea will cover:

  • Types of water upsets and key solutions
  • Modifications when faced with a permanent variation
  • Best practices for design considerations
On Demand

Have you found that unexpected feed water quality changes can be very challenging for membrane systems? Ultrafiltration skids as pre-treatment for an RO system is a great advantage. Learn why with Dow expert Andrea Lima. Andrea will cover:

  • Types of water upsets and key solutions
  • Modifications when faced with a permanent variation
  • Best practices for design considerations
On Demand

Expert Bob Goltz will provide:

  •  An introduction on the technologies that can help remove solids, suspended oil, dissolved oil, BTEX and Phenol and how the technologies work.
  • Information on tools to further recycle the left-over water for beneficial use.

As refineries are pushed to refine more and more oil, they are often constrained by their heritage waste water system. The system was likely designed to treat a fraction of its current volume of waste water and therefore cannot keep up with the demand. 

On Demand

Expert Bob Goltz will provide:

  •  An introduction on the technologies that can help remove solids, suspended oil, dissolved oil, BTEX and Phenol and how the technologies work.
  • Information on tools to further recycle the left-over water for beneficial use.

As refineries are pushed to refine more and more oil, they are often constrained by their heritage waste water system. The system was likely designed to treat a fraction of its current volume of waste water and therefore cannot keep up with the demand. 

On Demand

Expert Bob Goltz will provide:

  •  An introduction on the technologies that can help remove solids, suspended oil, dissolved oil, BTEX and Phenol and how the technologies work.
  • Information on tools to further recycle the left-over water for beneficial use.

As refineries are pushed to refine more and more oil, they are often constrained by their heritage waste water system. The system was likely designed to treat a fraction of its current volume of waste water and therefore cannot keep up with the demand. 

On Demand

Dow expert Steve Gluck will walk through several scenarios and case studies including:

  •  Wyoming gas production facility removing soluble organics recovered as fuel while delivering high quality water for surface water discharge
  • Chinese refinery reusing its wastewater
  • South American refinery demonstrating operational benefits and cost savings

Dow has a suite of products for the oil production and refinery industry that can help deliver consistent water qualities in some of the most difficult scenarios. 

On Demand

Dow expert Steve Gluck will walk through several scenarios and case studies including:

  •  Wyoming gas production facility removing soluble organics recovered as fuel while delivering high quality water for surface water discharge
  • Chinese refinery reusing its wastewater
  • South American refinery demonstrating operational benefits and cost savings

Dow has a suite of products for the oil production and refinery industry that can help deliver consistent water qualities in some of the most difficult scenarios. 

On Demand

To improve upon the conventional belief that thicker spacers are best for high-fouling feed water, Jon will review performance data from pilot and full-scale RO systems to justify the following pairings between spacers and applications:

  • Thicker spacers for high-fouling feed waters
  • Low pressure drop spacers when energy efficiency and hydraulic balance are critical
  •  Thinner spacers that facilitate higher active area for high quality feed waters Applications for different feed spacers will be explored using data from multiple sites and recommendations for feed spacer selection will be provided.

The feed spacer in spiral wound reverse osmosis (RO) membrane elements addresses the structural requirement for an open feed channel and also provides mixing that reduces fouling and solute enrichment at the membrane surface. 

On Demand

To improve upon the conventional belief that thicker spacers are best for high-fouling feed water, Jon will review performance data from pilot and full-scale RO systems to justify the following pairings between spacers and applications:

  • Thicker spacers for high-fouling feed waters
  • Low pressure drop spacers when energy efficiency and hydraulic balance are critical
  •  Thinner spacers that facilitate higher active area for high quality feed waters Applications for different feed spacers will be explored using data from multiple sites and recommendations for feed spacer selection will be provided.

The feed spacer in spiral wound reverse osmosis (RO) membrane elements addresses the structural requirement for an open feed channel and also provides mixing that reduces fouling and solute enrichment at the membrane surface. 

On Demand

To improve upon the conventional belief that thicker spacers are best for high-fouling feed water, Jon will review performance data from pilot and full-scale RO systems to justify the following pairings between spacers and applications:

  • Thicker spacers for high-fouling feed waters
  • Low pressure drop spacers when energy efficiency and hydraulic balance are critical
  •  Thinner spacers that facilitate higher active area for high quality feed waters Applications for different feed spacers will be explored using data from multiple sites and recommendations for feed spacer selection will be provided.

The feed spacer in spiral wound reverse osmosis (RO) membrane elements addresses the structural requirement for an open feed channel and also provides mixing that reduces fouling and solute enrichment at the membrane surface. 

On Demand

The need for industrial water reuse will be discussed along with how several industries use water and have implemented water reuse solutions. Case studies will be reviewed to demonstrate how Ultrafiltration supports water reuse in a variety of applications.

With the world population estimated to grow to more than 9 billion in 2050, the pressure on the world’s limited freshwater resources is becoming unsustainable. Alternative sources of water are needed and one solution is reusing water. Water is the single most important chemical compound for survival, and is also a vital element for industries and many manufacturing processes. 

On Demand

The need for industrial water reuse will be discussed along with how several industries use water and have implemented water reuse solutions. Case studies will be reviewed to demonstrate how Ultrafiltration supports water reuse in a variety of applications.

With the world population estimated to grow to more than 9 billion in 2050, the pressure on the world’s limited freshwater resources is becoming unsustainable. Alternative sources of water are needed and one solution is reusing water. Water is the single most important chemical compound for survival, and is also a vital element for industries and many manufacturing processes. 

On Demand

The need for industrial water reuse will be discussed along with how several industries use water and have implemented water reuse solutions. Case studies will be reviewed to demonstrate how Ultrafiltration supports water reuse in a variety of applications.

With the world population estimated to grow to more than 9 billion in 2050, the pressure on the world’s limited freshwater resources is becoming unsustainable. Alternative sources of water are needed and one solution is reusing water. Water is the single most important chemical compound for survival, and is also a vital element for industries and many manufacturing processes. 

On Demand

This course is intended for people who are interested in system design for reverse osmosis, but have not designed systems or have limited design experience. We will start from the basics and teach the theory behind the decisions typically made. This course will show you how to choose the right configuration, optimize the element choice, understand design guidelines, and provide a real life example design.

The use of Reverse Osmosis System Analysis (ROSA) simulation software is covered in a separate webinar.

On Demand

This course is intended for people who are interested in system design for reverse osmosis, but have not designed systems or have limited design experience. We will start from the basics and teach the theory behind the decisions typically made. This course will show you how to choose the right configuration, optimize the element choice, understand design guidelines, and provide a real life example design.

The use of Reverse Osmosis System Analysis (ROSA) simulation software is covered in a separate webinar.

On Demand

This course is intended for people who are interested in system design for reverse osmosis, but have not designed systems or have limited design experience. We will start from the basics and teach the theory behind the decisions typically made. This course will show you how to choose the right configuration, optimize the element choice, understand design guidelines, and provide a real life example design.

The use of Reverse Osmosis System Analysis (ROSA) simulation software is covered in a separate webinar.

On Demand

The advanced RO technology webinar is intended for those with a basic knowledge of RO system design and terminology.

Topics that will be covered in this webinar include techniques for RO array hydraulic balancing and selection criteria for advanced RO system designs such as 2-pass RO systems, split permeate RO design, hybrid array designs with multiple element selection and internally staged RO designs with multiple element selection. This webinar focuses on the theoretical side of advanced plant design. The tricks how to compute these designs in ROSA simulation software will be covered at a follow up event.

On Demand

The advanced RO technology webinar is intended for those with a basic knowledge of RO system design and terminology.

Topics that will be covered in this webinar include techniques for RO array hydraulic balancing and selection criteria for advanced RO system designs such as 2-pass RO systems, split permeate RO design, hybrid array designs with multiple element selection and internally staged RO designs with multiple element selection. This webinar focuses on the theoretical side of advanced plant design. The tricks how to compute these designs in ROSA simulation software will be covered at a follow up event.

On Demand

The advanced RO technology webinar is intended for those with a basic knowledge of RO system design and terminology.

Topics that will be covered in this webinar include techniques for RO array hydraulic balancing and selection criteria for advanced RO system designs such as 2-pass RO systems, split permeate RO design, hybrid array designs with multiple element selection and internally staged RO designs with multiple element selection. This webinar focuses on the theoretical side of advanced plant design. The tricks how to compute these designs in ROSA simulation software will be covered at a follow up event.

On Demand

This webinar will highlight industry trends in E&P technology which are driving the adoption of more advanced treatment of oilfield water. Offshore (Deep Water) industry, Heavy Oil, and Shale Gas & Tight Oil industry segments will be discussed. Specific treatment options will be presented for improved/enhanced oil recovery, as well as the recycling and beneficial reusing of produced waters.

Recent advances in Exploration & Production (E&P) of crude oil and natural gas has brought new and specific challenges to the water treatment industry. Advances in E&P technology and the development of unconventional resources demand more water and more stringent water treatment. At the same time, production from both new and aging oil fields is creating specific challenges related to the treatment of co-produced waters. 

On Demand

This webinar will highlight industry trends in E&P technology which are driving the adoption of more advanced treatment of oilfield water. Offshore (Deep Water) industry, Heavy Oil, and Shale Gas & Tight Oil industry segments will be discussed. Specific treatment options will be presented for improved/enhanced oil recovery, as well as the recycling and beneficial reusing of produced waters.

Recent advances in Exploration & Production (E&P) of crude oil and natural gas has brought new and specific challenges to the water treatment industry. Advances in E&P technology and the development of unconventional resources demand more water and more stringent water treatment. At the same time, production from both new and aging oil fields is creating specific challenges related to the treatment of co-produced waters. 

On Demand

In the spirit of the Halloween season, take a tour with Denise Haukkala, Technical Service Specialist for FILMTEC elements, into the somewhat mysterious world of element and membrane autopsies. Denise will guide you into the depths of the morgue and help to shine the light on the guts of element postmortems. Understanding the process in element necropsy and the types of data that can be obtained will provide key tools in your troubleshooting quiver to help resolve chronic or acute plant operation and fouling issues.

On Demand

In the spirit of the Halloween season, take a tour with Denise Haukkala, Technical Service Specialist for FILMTEC elements, into the somewhat mysterious world of element and membrane autopsies. Denise will guide you into the depths of the morgue and help to shine the light on the guts of element postmortems. Understanding the process in element necropsy and the types of data that can be obtained will provide key tools in your troubleshooting quiver to help resolve chronic or acute plant operation and fouling issues.

On Demand

In the spirit of the Halloween season, take a tour with Denise Haukkala, Technical Service Specialist for FILMTEC elements, into the somewhat mysterious world of element and membrane autopsies. Denise will guide you into the depths of the morgue and help to shine the light on the guts of element postmortems. Understanding the process in element necropsy and the types of data that can be obtained will provide key tools in your troubleshooting quiver to help resolve chronic or acute plant operation and fouling issues.

On Demand

This webinar defines the concept of direct-coupled UF/RO and discusses the opportunities and challenges presented in adapting this system configuration. This presentation includes a discussion of the theory behind a common direct-coupling process control philosophy, best practice and recommendations, and a desalination plant case study.

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a process necessitating frequent interruption; reverse-osmosis (RO) thrives on stability and continuous operation – the two have very different demands. Traditional integrated membrane systems incorporate a break tank between the processes which serves to handle issues of redundancy and flow management. Elimination of this tank presents both opportunities and challenges for process engineers. 

On Demand

This webinar defines the concept of direct-coupled UF/RO and discusses the opportunities and challenges presented in adapting this system configuration. This presentation includes a discussion of the theory behind a common direct-coupling process control philosophy, best practice and recommendations, and a desalination plant case study.

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a process necessitating frequent interruption; reverse-osmosis (RO) thrives on stability and continuous operation – the two have very different demands. Traditional integrated membrane systems incorporate a break tank between the processes which serves to handle issues of redundancy and flow management. Elimination of this tank presents both opportunities and challenges for process engineers. 

On Demand

This webinar defines the concept of direct-coupled UF/RO and discusses the opportunities and challenges presented in adapting this system configuration. This presentation includes a discussion of the theory behind a common direct-coupling process control philosophy, best practice and recommendations, and a desalination plant case study.

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a process necessitating frequent interruption; reverse-osmosis (RO) thrives on stability and continuous operation – the two have very different demands. Traditional integrated membrane systems incorporate a break tank between the processes which serves to handle issues of redundancy and flow management. Elimination of this tank presents both opportunities and challenges for process engineers. 

On Demand

This webinar defines the concept of direct-coupled UF/RO and discusses the opportunities and challenges presented in adapting this system configuration. This presentation includes a discussion of the theory behind a common direct-coupling process control philosophy, best practice and recommendations, and a desalination plant case study.

Ultrafiltration (UF) is a process necessitating frequent interruption; reverse-osmosis (RO) thrives on stability and continuous operation – the two have very different demands. Traditional integrated membrane systems incorporate a break tank between the processes which serves to handle issues of redundancy and flow management. Elimination of this tank presents both opportunities and challenges for process engineers. 

On Demand

This presentation will provide a brief overview of the Fundamentals of ultrafiltration technology with an emphasis on hollow fiber membrane technologies and characteristics. Case studies and examples will be provided for a variety of water types using a new high permeability fiber to demonstrate the impact of module productivity, efficiency and cost of water.

Water filtration products and technologies continue to improve their productivity and efficiency in order to lower the cost of water. Ultrafiltration is a category of water filtration that is used to remove solids that are typically larger than 10-100nm and used in a wide variety of industrial and drinking water applications. Productivity and efficiency of ultrafiltration products has increased over the past 20 years by focusing on two areas; module and fiber optimization. 

On Demand

This presentation will provide a brief overview of the Fundamentals of ultrafiltration technology with an emphasis on hollow fiber membrane technologies and characteristics. Case studies and examples will be provided for a variety of water types using a new high permeability fiber to demonstrate the impact of module productivity, efficiency and cost of water.

Water filtration products and technologies continue to improve their productivity and efficiency in order to lower the cost of water. Ultrafiltration is a category of water filtration that is used to remove solids that are typically larger than 10-100nm and used in a wide variety of industrial and drinking water applications. Productivity and efficiency of ultrafiltration products has increased over the past 20 years by focusing on two areas; module and fiber optimization. 

On Demand

This presentation will provide a brief overview of the Fundamentals of ultrafiltration technology with an emphasis on hollow fiber membrane technologies and characteristics. Case studies and examples will be provided for a variety of water types using a new high permeability fiber to demonstrate the impact of module productivity, efficiency and cost of water.

Water filtration products and technologies continue to improve their productivity and efficiency in order to lower the cost of water. Ultrafiltration is a category of water filtration that is used to remove solids that are typically larger than 10-100nm and used in a wide variety of industrial and drinking water applications. Productivity and efficiency of ultrafiltration products has increased over the past 20 years by focusing on two areas; module and fiber optimization. 

On Demand

This webinar will discuss applications using only ion exchange softening and ion exchange as a polisher to lime softening as well as the appropriate types of resin to use for various types of feedwater. The different cation resin chemistries and their effect on selectivity for hardness cations including barium and strontium will be discussed. Ways to achieve low hardness leakage by using a WAC resin in Na form and how to achieve low hardness leakage by system design will also be discussed.

Hardness in feedwater can cause issues with scaling in RO requiring the use of antiscalants and precluding the ability to pH adjust to obtain optimum rejection of weak acid such as silica and boron. This webinar will focus on using ion exchange resin as a pretreatment option for softening prior to reverse osmosis treatment. 

On Demand

This webinar will discuss applications using only ion exchange softening and ion exchange as a polisher to lime softening as well as the appropriate types of resin to use for various types of feedwater. The different cation resin chemistries and their effect on selectivity for hardness cations including barium and strontium will be discussed. Ways to achieve low hardness leakage by using a WAC resin in Na form and how to achieve low hardness leakage by system design will also be discussed.

Hardness in feedwater can cause issues with scaling in RO requiring the use of antiscalants and precluding the ability to pH adjust to obtain optimum rejection of weak acid such as silica and boron. This webinar will focus on using ion exchange resin as a pretreatment option for softening prior to reverse osmosis treatment. 

On Demand

This webinar will discuss applications using only ion exchange softening and ion exchange as a polisher to lime softening as well as the appropriate types of resin to use for various types of feedwater. The different cation resin chemistries and their effect on selectivity for hardness cations including barium and strontium will be discussed. Ways to achieve low hardness leakage by using a WAC resin in Na form and how to achieve low hardness leakage by system design will also be discussed.

Hardness in feedwater can cause issues with scaling in RO requiring the use of antiscalants and precluding the ability to pH adjust to obtain optimum rejection of weak acid such as silica and boron. This webinar will focus on using ion exchange resin as a pretreatment option for softening prior to reverse osmosis treatment. 

On Demand

This webinar will discuss applications using only ion exchange softening and ion exchange as a polisher to lime softening as well as the appropriate types of resin to use for various types of feedwater. The different cation resin chemistries and their effect on selectivity for hardness cations including barium and strontium will be discussed. Ways to achieve low hardness leakage by using a WAC resin in Na form and how to achieve low hardness leakage by system design will also be discussed.

Hardness in feedwater can cause issues with scaling in RO requiring the use of antiscalants and precluding the ability to pH adjust to obtain optimum rejection of weak acid such as silica and boron. This webinar will focus on using ion exchange resin as a pretreatment option for softening prior to reverse osmosis treatment. 

On Demand

煤化工废水处理较困难、废水缺乏排污去向是制约煤化工行业发展的瓶颈之一。经过国内外水处理技术及设备研发水平的进步,废水“近零排放”在技术上是可行性。本期课程将通过大量实地调研和详实的数据分析,结合目前技术处理现状,分析煤化工废水来源及特点,汇总我国主要煤化工项目废水“近零排放”的技术及工程应用现状,提出现阶段煤化工废水“近零排放”存在的主要问题,并给出相应的对策建议。

On Demand

煤化工废水处理较困难、废水缺乏排污去向是制约煤化工行业发展的瓶颈之一。经过国内外水处理技术及设备研发水平的进步,废水“近零排放”在技术上是可行性。本期课程将通过大量实地调研和详实的数据分析,结合目前技术处理现状,分析煤化工废水来源及特点,汇总我国主要煤化工项目废水“近零排放”的技术及工程应用现状,提出现阶段煤化工废水“近零排放”存在的主要问题,并给出相应的对策建议。

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This webinar provides insight into evaluating and designing small commercial reverse osmosis (RO) systems. The objective of this webcast is educational, and will cover topics including calculating the right balance between the size of a commercial RO system to the size of the storage tank, and how to use ROSA (Reverse Osmosis System Analysis) design software to program small commercial systems. Technical Service Manager, Bill Lloyd, will discuss product data sheet best practices, RO system design guidelines, and temperature correction factor tables. This course is for intermediate skill-level participants who are knowledgeable in RO basics.

On Demand

This webinar provides insight into evaluating and designing small commercial reverse osmosis (RO) systems. The objective of this webcast is educational, and will cover topics including calculating the right balance between the size of a commercial RO system to the size of the storage tank, and how to use ROSA (Reverse Osmosis System Analysis) design software to program small commercial systems. Technical Service Manager, Bill Lloyd, will discuss product data sheet best practices, RO system design guidelines, and temperature correction factor tables. This course is for intermediate skill-level participants who are knowledgeable in RO basics.

On Demand

This webinar provides insight into evaluating and designing small commercial reverse osmosis (RO) systems. The objective of this webcast is educational, and will cover topics including calculating the right balance between the size of a commercial RO system to the size of the storage tank, and how to use ROSA (Reverse Osmosis System Analysis) design software to program small commercial systems. Technical Service Manager, Bill Lloyd, will discuss product data sheet best practices, RO system design guidelines, and temperature correction factor tables. This course is for intermediate skill-level participants who are knowledgeable in RO basics.

On Demand

This session will focus on residential point-of-use reverse osmosis systems.

The first part of the session will cover reverse osmosis fundamentals and factors which affect reverse osmosis performance. The second portion will focus on point of use systems, basic process components and design aspects, and will finish with recent advances in the technology, including an introduction to the new AQUALAST™ 1812 residential elements.

On Demand

This session will focus on residential point-of-use reverse osmosis systems.

The first part of the session will cover reverse osmosis fundamentals and factors which affect reverse osmosis performance. The second portion will focus on point of use systems, basic process components and design aspects, and will finish with recent advances in the technology, including an introduction to the new AQUALAST™ 1812 residential elements.

On Demand

This session will focus on residential point-of-use reverse osmosis systems.

The first part of the session will cover reverse osmosis fundamentals and factors which affect reverse osmosis performance. The second portion will focus on point of use systems, basic process components and design aspects, and will finish with recent advances in the technology, including an introduction to the new AQUALAST™ 1812 residential elements.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about fundamentals of the Ultrafiltration (UF) technology, its characteristic, benefits and limitations. The course will cover details on the operational sequences and cleaning procedures. We are going to talk about some most common UF applications, where membrane systems in water treatment plants are applied and the reasons why it is quickly gaining foothold over the more traditional filtration techniques.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about fundamentals of the Ultrafiltration (UF) technology, its characteristic, benefits and limitations. The course will cover details on the operational sequences and cleaning procedures. We are going to talk about some most common UF applications, where membrane systems in water treatment plants are applied and the reasons why it is quickly gaining foothold over the more traditional filtration techniques.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about fundamentals of the Ultrafiltration (UF) technology, its characteristic, benefits and limitations. The course will cover details on the operational sequences and cleaning procedures. We are going to talk about some most common UF applications, where membrane systems in water treatment plants are applied and the reasons why it is quickly gaining foothold over the more traditional filtration techniques.

On Demand

In this webinar, we discuss the use of ion exchange resins in chromatographic processes to separate 40 different sugars, sugar alcohols, organic acids, and related compounds from one another. The talk highlights mechanisms of separation and selection of appropriate resins for different purification needs. In the Q&A, the presenters will take questions on chromatographic separations and will offer advice to attendees on their specific purification challenges.

Chromatography using strong acid cation exchange resins is a key step in the multi-billion dollar food ingredient industry for the purification of sweeteners and organic acids in foods, fermentations, and feedstocks.

On Demand

In this webinar, we discuss the use of ion exchange resins in chromatographic processes to separate 40 different sugars, sugar alcohols, organic acids, and related compounds from one another. The talk highlights mechanisms of separation and selection of appropriate resins for different purification needs. In the Q&A, the presenters will take questions on chromatographic separations and will offer advice to attendees on their specific purification challenges.

Chromatography using strong acid cation exchange resins is a key step in the multi-billion dollar food ingredient industry for the purification of sweeteners and organic acids in foods, fermentations, and feedstocks.

On Demand

In this webinar, we discuss the use of ion exchange resins in chromatographic processes to separate 40 different sugars, sugar alcohols, organic acids, and related compounds from one another. The talk highlights mechanisms of separation and selection of appropriate resins for different purification needs. In the Q&A, the presenters will take questions on chromatographic separations and will offer advice to attendees on their specific purification challenges.

Chromatography using strong acid cation exchange resins is a key step in the multi-billion dollar food ingredient industry for the purification of sweeteners and organic acids in foods, fermentations, and feedstocks.

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This presentation will give an overview of the fundamentals of resins as they apply to use in non-aqueous applications in the industrial process area.

Dow’s world-class Ion Exchange Resins are used in a wide range of applications beyond water treatment. These other applications are grouped into the Process Solutions portion of our business and include catalysis, chemical processing, mining and hydrometallurgy, oil field water, wastewater, food and beverage, and healthcare. Our resins are available in a variety of chemical compositions, polymer structures, and particle sizes to meet current and developing industry needs and requirements. 

On Demand

This presentation will give an overview of the fundamentals of resins as they apply to use in non-aqueous applications in the industrial process area.

Dow’s world-class Ion Exchange Resins are used in a wide range of applications beyond water treatment. These other applications are grouped into the Process Solutions portion of our business and include catalysis, chemical processing, mining and hydrometallurgy, oil field water, wastewater, food and beverage, and healthcare. Our resins are available in a variety of chemical compositions, polymer structures, and particle sizes to meet current and developing industry needs and requirements. 

On Demand

This presentation will give an overview of the fundamentals of resins as they apply to use in non-aqueous applications in the industrial process area.

Dow’s world-class Ion Exchange Resins are used in a wide range of applications beyond water treatment. These other applications are grouped into the Process Solutions portion of our business and include catalysis, chemical processing, mining and hydrometallurgy, oil field water, wastewater, food and beverage, and healthcare. Our resins are available in a variety of chemical compositions, polymer structures, and particle sizes to meet current and developing industry needs and requirements. 

On Demand

Are you interested in learning more about ion exchange systems downstream of reverse osmosis? Our educational webinar on will discuss ion exchange system operation considerations for both existing systems and new designs. By the end of the session, participants will understand the common configurations of ion exchange downstream of reverse osmosis, important parameters to be monitored, and potential for optimization.

Our Technical Service Engineer, Matt Roth, will also be focusing on the potential impact of a change in the upstream reverse osmosis elements.

On Demand

Are you interested in learning more about ion exchange systems downstream of reverse osmosis? Our educational webinar on will discuss ion exchange system operation considerations for both existing systems and new designs. By the end of the session, participants will understand the common configurations of ion exchange downstream of reverse osmosis, important parameters to be monitored, and potential for optimization.

Our Technical Service Engineer, Matt Roth, will also be focusing on the potential impact of a change in the upstream reverse osmosis elements.

On Demand

Are you interested in learning more about ion exchange systems downstream of reverse osmosis? Our educational webinar on will discuss ion exchange system operation considerations for both existing systems and new designs. By the end of the session, participants will understand the common configurations of ion exchange downstream of reverse osmosis, important parameters to be monitored, and potential for optimization.

Our Technical Service Engineer, Matt Roth, will also be focusing on the potential impact of a change in the upstream reverse osmosis elements.

On Demand

Are you interested in learning more about ion exchange systems downstream of reverse osmosis? Our educational webinar on will discuss ion exchange system operation considerations for both existing systems and new designs. By the end of the session, participants will understand the common configurations of ion exchange downstream of reverse osmosis, important parameters to be monitored, and potential for optimization.

Our Technical Service Engineer, Matt Roth, will also be focusing on the potential impact of a change in the upstream reverse osmosis elements.

On Demand

Are you ready to take your knowledge of ion exchange resins to the next level? The educational webcast will provide an advanced look at how ion exchange resin performance is controlled by equilibrium and kinetic factors in industrial water systems.

For those that operate an ion exchange system, understanding these two controlling principles will help you better evaluate current system performance, minimize the chance of problems, and if problems do occur, analyze them systematically to help formulate a clear approach to corrective action.

Still learning the basics about ion exchange? Then we recommend viewing the on-demand introductory webinar as a pre-requisite.

On Demand

Are you ready to take your knowledge of ion exchange resins to the next level? The educational webcast will provide an advanced look at how ion exchange resin performance is controlled by equilibrium and kinetic factors in industrial water systems.

For those that operate an ion exchange system, understanding these two controlling principles will help you better evaluate current system performance, minimize the chance of problems, and if problems do occur, analyze them systematically to help formulate a clear approach to corrective action.

Still learning the basics about ion exchange? Then we recommend viewing the on-demand introductory webinar as a pre-requisite.

On Demand

Are you ready to take your knowledge of ion exchange resins to the next level? The educational webcast will provide an advanced look at how ion exchange resin performance is controlled by equilibrium and kinetic factors in industrial water systems.

For those that operate an ion exchange system, understanding these two controlling principles will help you better evaluate current system performance, minimize the chance of problems, and if problems do occur, analyze them systematically to help formulate a clear approach to corrective action.

Still learning the basics about ion exchange? Then we recommend viewing the on-demand introductory webinar as a pre-requisite.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about fundamentals of the Ultrafiltration (UF) technology, its characteristic, benefits and limitations. The course will cover details on the operational sequences and cleaning procedures.

We are going to talk about some most common UF applications, where membrane systems in water treatment plants are applied and the reasons why it is quickly gaining foothold over the more traditional filtration techniques.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about fundamentals of the Ultrafiltration (UF) technology, its characteristic, benefits and limitations. The course will cover details on the operational sequences and cleaning procedures.

We are going to talk about some most common UF applications, where membrane systems in water treatment plants are applied and the reasons why it is quickly gaining foothold over the more traditional filtration techniques.

On Demand

This webinar is designed for individuals who wish to learn about fundamentals of the Ultrafiltration (UF) technology, its characteristic, benefits and limitations. The course will cover details on the operational sequences and cleaning procedures.

We are going to talk about some most common UF applications, where membrane systems in water treatment plants are applied and the reasons why it is quickly gaining foothold over the more traditional filtration techniques.

On Demand

This session will examine what makes a system robust and illustrate how to look at system designs in terms of required functionality, rather than the sophistication of a specific technology. In our example, we do not cover all technologies, but instead focus on Ultrafiltration, Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis technology applied in make-up water systems.

The current generation of engineers has access to a huge toolbox of different water treatment technologies that are significantly more sophisticated than those available 30-40 years ago. However, no matter how state-of-the-art the technology is, if it does not address your specific water treatment issues, it can lead to frequent and costly downtime for extended cleaning and maintenance and ultimately could put your operations at risk. The challenge is to identify and implement a system that balances the higher costs associated with a more robust system with the level of functionality that your operations require. How robust a system is directly relates to the functionality that is required to deal with the operational issues you need to resolve. 

On Demand

This session will examine what makes a system robust and illustrate how to look at system designs in terms of required functionality, rather than the sophistication of a specific technology. In our example, we do not cover all technologies, but instead focus on Ultrafiltration, Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis technology applied in make-up water systems.

The current generation of engineers has access to a huge toolbox of different water treatment technologies that are significantly more sophisticated than those available 30-40 years ago. However, no matter how state-of-the-art the technology is, if it does not address your specific water treatment issues, it can lead to frequent and costly downtime for extended cleaning and maintenance and ultimately could put your operations at risk. The challenge is to identify and implement a system that balances the higher costs associated with a more robust system with the level of functionality that your operations require. How robust a system is directly relates to the functionality that is required to deal with the operational issues you need to resolve. 

On Demand

This session will examine what makes a system robust and illustrate how to look at system designs in terms of required functionality, rather than the sophistication of a specific technology. In our example, we do not cover all technologies, but instead focus on Ultrafiltration, Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis technology applied in make-up water systems.

The current generation of engineers has access to a huge toolbox of different water treatment technologies that are significantly more sophisticated than those available 30-40 years ago. However, no matter how state-of-the-art the technology is, if it does not address your specific water treatment issues, it can lead to frequent and costly downtime for extended cleaning and maintenance and ultimately could put your operations at risk. The challenge is to identify and implement a system that balances the higher costs associated with a more robust system with the level of functionality that your operations require. How robust a system is directly relates to the functionality that is required to deal with the operational issues you need to resolve. 

On Demand

This session will examine what makes a system robust and illustrate how to look at system designs in terms of required functionality, rather than the sophistication of a specific technology. In our example, we do not cover all technologies, but instead focus on Ultrafiltration, Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis technology applied in make-up water systems.

The current generation of engineers has access to a huge toolbox of different water treatment technologies that are significantly more sophisticated than those available 30-40 years ago. However, no matter how state-of-the-art the technology is, if it does not address your specific water treatment issues, it can lead to frequent and costly downtime for extended cleaning and maintenance and ultimately could put your operations at risk. The challenge is to identify and implement a system that balances the higher costs associated with a more robust system with the level of functionality that your operations require. How robust a system is directly relates to the functionality that is required to deal with the operational issues you need to resolve. 

On Demand

This session will examine what makes a system robust and illustrate how to look at system designs in terms of required functionality, rather than the sophistication of a specific technology. In our example, we do not cover all technologies, but instead focus on Ultrafiltration, Ion Exchange and Reverse Osmosis technology applied in make-up water systems.

The current generation of engineers has access to a huge toolbox of different water treatment technologies that are significantly more sophisticated than those available 30-40 years ago. However, no matter how state-of-the-art the technology is, if it does not address your specific water treatment issues, it can lead to frequent and costly downtime for extended cleaning and maintenance and ultimately could put your operations at risk. The challenge is to identify and implement a system that balances the higher costs associated with a more robust system with the level of functionality that your operations require. How robust a system is directly relates to the functionality that is required to deal with the operational issues you need to resolve. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

This presentation will discuss the benefits of equilibrium loading isotherm studies for resin selection, matrix effects, screening of regeneration options and initial estimate of cost of the separation.

Selecting the right ion exchange resin or adsorbent for a particular separation can be a difficult task. Often investigators jump to a column study where they simultaneously perform an engineering and chemistry study that can lead to the wrong media selection. 

On Demand

Jake Moen, Technical Service Specialist at Dow Water & Process Solutions, and Harold Fravel, Executive Director at the American Membrane Technology Association, we will discuss how to diagnose and troubleshoot your system.

Reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration systems require routine monitoring and observation to ensure everything is running smoothly.

 

On Demand

Jake Moen, Technical Service Specialist at Dow Water & Process Solutions, and Harold Fravel, Executive Director at the American Membrane Technology Association, we will discuss how to diagnose and troubleshoot your system.

Reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration systems require routine monitoring and observation to ensure everything is running smoothly.

 

On Demand

Jake Moen, Technical Service Specialist at Dow Water & Process Solutions, and Harold Fravel, Executive Director at the American Membrane Technology Association, we will discuss how to diagnose and troubleshoot your system.

Reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration systems require routine monitoring and observation to ensure everything is running smoothly.

 

On Demand

Jake Moen, Technical Service Specialist at Dow Water & Process Solutions, and Harold Fravel, Executive Director at the American Membrane Technology Association, we will discuss how to diagnose and troubleshoot your system.

Reverse osmosis and ultrafiltration systems require routine monitoring and observation to ensure everything is running smoothly.

 

On Demand

This webinar presents a compendium of non-standard alternative cleaning strategies aiming at one or more of the following benefits for plant builders and end-users: process simplifications, reduced footprint and installation costs, increased cleaning efficiency, reduced energy and chemical consumption, reduced waste product.

Ultrafiltration (UF) has established itself as a reliable technology for water treatment.    

UF membrane fouling is the main operational issue limiting its performance, leading to increased operational costs and shorter membrane life. Typical strategies to minimize UF membrane fouling are improvements in the pretreatment scheme and/or using a conservative approach in the UF system operational conditions (e.g. reduced operating flux or filtration cycle duration). But even so, the UF membrane will inevitably foul, and cleaning will be sooner or later necessary. 

Usual strategies to clean a fouled UF membrane include hydraulic (e.g. backwash) and chemical methods.

 

On Demand

This webinar presents a compendium of non-standard alternative cleaning strategies aiming at one or more of the following benefits for plant builders and end-users: process simplifications, reduced footprint and installation costs, increased cleaning efficiency, reduced energy and chemical consumption, reduced waste product.

Ultrafiltration (UF) has established itself as a reliable technology for water treatment.    

UF membrane fouling is the main operational issue limiting its performance, leading to increased operational costs and shorter membrane life. Typical strategies to minimize UF membrane fouling are improvements in the pretreatment scheme and/or using a conservative approach in the UF system operational conditions (e.g. reduced operating flux or filtration cycle duration). But even so, the UF membrane will inevitably foul, and cleaning will be sooner or later necessary. 

Usual strategies to clean a fouled UF membrane include hydraulic (e.g. backwash) and chemical methods.

 

On Demand

This webinar presents a compendium of non-standard alternative cleaning strategies aiming at one or more of the following benefits for plant builders and end-users: process simplifications, reduced footprint and installation costs, increased cleaning efficiency, reduced energy and chemical consumption, reduced waste product.

Ultrafiltration (UF) has established itself as a reliable technology for water treatment.    

UF membrane fouling is the main operational issue limiting its performance, leading to increased operational costs and shorter membrane life. Typical strategies to minimize UF membrane fouling are improvements in the pretreatment scheme and/or using a conservative approach in the UF system operational conditions (e.g. reduced operating flux or filtration cycle duration). But even so, the UF membrane will inevitably foul, and cleaning will be sooner or later necessary. 

Usual strategies to clean a fouled UF membrane include hydraulic (e.g. backwash) and chemical methods.

 

On Demand

This course is intended for people that are new to reverse osmosis (RO) treatment and want to understand the fundamentals. We will cover where reverse osmosis falls in the filtration spectrum, an overview of the science behind reverse osmosis treatment, factors that influence the RO field performance, an overview of the anatomy of an RO element, and ends with applications for RO technology.

On Demand

This course is intended for people that are new to reverse osmosis (RO) treatment and want to understand the fundamentals. We will cover where reverse osmosis falls in the filtration spectrum, an overview of the science behind reverse osmosis treatment, factors that influence the RO field performance, an overview of the anatomy of an RO element, and ends with applications for RO technology.

On Demand

This course is intended for people that are new to reverse osmosis (RO) treatment and want to understand the fundamentals. We will cover where reverse osmosis falls in the filtration spectrum, an overview of the science behind reverse osmosis treatment, factors that influence the RO field performance, an overview of the anatomy of an RO element, and ends with applications for RO technology.

On Demand

This course is intended for people that are new to reverse osmosis (RO) treatment and want to understand the fundamentals. We will cover where reverse osmosis falls in the filtration spectrum, an overview of the science behind reverse osmosis treatment, factors that influence the RO field performance, an overview of the anatomy of an RO element, and ends with applications for RO technology.

On Demand

This hour long webinar will spotlight the advantages of the UF technology versus MMF as pretreatment of RO systems, and will compare the capital and operating expenses of the two technologies.

Selecting the right Reverse Osmosis (RO) system pretreatment program can save you money, ensure a more stable system performance, and reduce RO membrane cleaning requirements.

Register now to join DuPont Water Solutions' Javier Martin Suarez for a Water Academy to learn more about how newer Ultrafiltation (UF) technology as a pretreatment solution compares to older, more conventional multi-media filtration (MMF) technology.

On Demand

This hour long webinar will spotlight the advantages of the UF technology versus MMF as pretreatment of RO systems, and will compare the capital and operating expenses of the two technologies.

Selecting the right Reverse Osmosis (RO) system pretreatment program can save you money, ensure a more stable system performance, and reduce RO membrane cleaning requirements.

Register now to join DuPont Water Solutions' Javier Martin Suarez for a Water Academy to learn more about how newer Ultrafiltation (UF) technology as a pretreatment solution compares to older, more conventional multi-media filtration (MMF) technology.

On Demand

This hour long webinar will spotlight the advantages of the UF technology versus MMF as pretreatment of RO systems, and will compare the capital and operating expenses of the two technologies.

Selecting the right Reverse Osmosis (RO) system pretreatment program can save you money, ensure a more stable system performance, and reduce RO membrane cleaning requirements.

Register now to join DuPont Water Solutions' Javier Martin Suarez for a Water Academy to learn more about how newer Ultrafiltation (UF) technology as a pretreatment solution compares to older, more conventional multi-media filtration (MMF) technology.

On Demand

This hour long webinar will spotlight the advantages of the UF technology versus MMF as pretreatment of RO systems, and will compare the capital and operating expenses of the two technologies.

Selecting the right Reverse Osmosis (RO) system pretreatment program can save you money, ensure a more stable system performance, and reduce RO membrane cleaning requirements.

Register now to join DuPont Water Solutions' Javier Martin Suarez for a Water Academy to learn more about how newer Ultrafiltation (UF) technology as a pretreatment solution compares to older, more conventional multi-media filtration (MMF) technology.

On Demand
  • Brine treatment
  • Solvent purification
  • Precious metal recover
  • Heterogeneous catalysis

These are just a few of the applications that can be effectively treated using ion exchange resins.

Long associated more with the treatment of aqueous systems, ion exchange is a robust and versatile technology that can effectively treat a surprising variety of systems – both aqueous and chemical.

Join scientists Brandon Kern and Mark Vandersall to learn more about ion exchange resins. This informative Water Academy will give you specific examples of applications you may never have thought could be effectively treated by ion exchange resins.

 

On Demand
  • Brine treatment
  • Solvent purification
  • Precious metal recover
  • Heterogeneous catalysis

These are just a few of the applications that can be effectively treated using ion exchange resins.

Long associated more with the treatment of aqueous systems, ion exchange is a robust and versatile technology that can effectively treat a surprising variety of systems – both aqueous and chemical.

Join scientists Brandon Kern and Mark Vandersall to learn more about ion exchange resins. This informative Water Academy will give you specific examples of applications you may never have thought could be effectively treated by ion exchange resins.

 

On Demand
  • Brine treatment
  • Solvent purification
  • Precious metal recover
  • Heterogeneous catalysis

These are just a few of the applications that can be effectively treated using ion exchange resins.

Long associated more with the treatment of aqueous systems, ion exchange is a robust and versatile technology that can effectively treat a surprising variety of systems – both aqueous and chemical.

Join scientists Brandon Kern and Mark Vandersall to learn more about ion exchange resins. This informative Water Academy will give you specific examples of applications you may never have thought could be effectively treated by ion exchange resins.

 

On Demand

Register now for this informative one-hour webinar will cover:

  • RO fundamentals and factors that affect RO performance in dairy processing
  •  Point-of-use systems
  •  Basic processing components and design aspects
  • Recent advances in RO technology

Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology is ideal for dewatering different water liquid streams, including dairy processing. In fact, milk, which is 87% water, can effectively be processed using RO and Ultrafiltration (UF) membranes. Join Dow’s Abdelhakim El Fadil, Technical Service and Development Specialist with Dow Water & Process Solutions, as he discusses how RO and UF technology is used in food and dairy processing.

On Demand

Register now for this informative one-hour webinar will cover:

  • RO fundamentals and factors that affect RO performance in dairy processing
  •  Point-of-use systems
  •  Basic processing components and design aspects
  • Recent advances in RO technology

Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology is ideal for dewatering different water liquid streams, including dairy processing. In fact, milk, which is 87% water, can effectively be processed using RO and Ultrafiltration (UF) membranes. Join Dow’s Abdelhakim El Fadil, Technical Service and Development Specialist with Dow Water & Process Solutions, as he discusses how RO and UF technology is used in food and dairy processing.

On Demand

Register now for this informative one-hour webinar will cover:

  • RO fundamentals and factors that affect RO performance in dairy processing
  •  Point-of-use systems
  •  Basic processing components and design aspects
  • Recent advances in RO technology

Reverse Osmosis (RO) technology is ideal for dewatering different water liquid streams, including dairy processing. In fact, milk, which is 87% water, can effectively be processed using RO and Ultrafiltration (UF) membranes. Join Dow’s Abdelhakim El Fadil, Technical Service and Development Specialist with Dow Water & Process Solutions, as he discusses how RO and UF technology is used in food and dairy processing.

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During the one-hour webinar on IX and IX systems, Donna will address some basic questions about IX, including:

  • What is Ion Exchange?
  • What types of ion exchange resins are there?
  • What applications can use ion exchange?
  • How is it used in manufacturing?

Ion exchange (IX) technology is as relevant today as it was years ago when it was first introduced. To determine how you can best use this water treatment technology, it is important to understand the fundamentals.

Join Donna DeFlavis, Technical Service Specialist for Industrial and Potable Water market segments for  Water Academy, “Ion Exchange 101.” She also will discuss the chemical and physical characteristics of ion exchange resins - their properties, how they're used and factors that affect IX system operations and performance.

 

On Demand

During the one-hour webinar on IX and IX systems, Donna will address some basic questions about IX, including:

  • What is Ion Exchange?
  • What types of ion exchange resins are there?
  • What applications can use ion exchange?
  • How is it used in manufacturing?

Ion exchange (IX) technology is as relevant today as it was years ago when it was first introduced. To determine how you can best use this water treatment technology, it is important to understand the fundamentals.

Join Donna DeFlavis, Technical Service Specialist for Industrial and Potable Water market segments for  Water Academy, “Ion Exchange 101.” She also will discuss the chemical and physical characteristics of ion exchange resins - their properties, how they're used and factors that affect IX system operations and performance.

 

On Demand

During the one-hour webinar on IX and IX systems, Donna will address some basic questions about IX, including:

  • What is Ion Exchange?
  • What types of ion exchange resins are there?
  • What applications can use ion exchange?
  • How is it used in manufacturing?

Ion exchange (IX) technology is as relevant today as it was years ago when it was first introduced. To determine how you can best use this water treatment technology, it is important to understand the fundamentals.

Join Donna DeFlavis, Technical Service Specialist for Industrial and Potable Water market segments for  Water Academy, “Ion Exchange 101.” She also will discuss the chemical and physical characteristics of ion exchange resins - their properties, how they're used and factors that affect IX system operations and performance.

 

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On Demand

This webinar is intended for people interested in chemical cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems and  will cover the ideal cleaning situation, the real cleaning situation, when to clean and what chemicals should be used.

Keeping your Reverse Osmosis (RO) elements performing at peak efficiency requires proper cleaning maintenance. Understanding how plant design, water source, pH, cleaning chemicals, and cleaning procedures all affect how effectively you are able to clean your RO elements can make a significant difference in how well elements operate.

 

On Demand

This webinar is intended for people interested in chemical cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems and  will cover the ideal cleaning situation, the real cleaning situation, when to clean and what chemicals should be used.

Keeping your Reverse Osmosis (RO) elements performing at peak efficiency requires proper cleaning maintenance. Understanding how plant design, water source, pH, cleaning chemicals, and cleaning procedures all affect how effectively you are able to clean your RO elements can make a significant difference in how well elements operate.

 

On Demand

This webinar is intended for people interested in chemical cleaning of reverse osmosis (RO) systems and  will cover the ideal cleaning situation, the real cleaning situation, when to clean and what chemicals should be used.

Keeping your Reverse Osmosis (RO) elements performing at peak efficiency requires proper cleaning maintenance. Understanding how plant design, water source, pH, cleaning chemicals, and cleaning procedures all affect how effectively you are able to clean your RO elements can make a significant difference in how well elements operate.

 

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On Demand
On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s specialty Membrane product line
  • Key features of the specialty membranes
  • Key applications for these products
  • Case studies

The Specialty Membrane product line consists of elements with a distinct membrane construction, specializing in unique industrial application needs. Broadening the Water & Process Solutions portfolio to solve operation challenges in extreme conditions, the Specialty Membrane Elements perform consistently to help maximize recovery and separation of valuable compounds, minimize overall system CAPEX while reducing environmental footprint, reduce OPEX by lowering overall energy and cleaning chemicals consumption, and meet regulatory requirements.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s specialty Membrane product line
  • Key features of the specialty membranes
  • Key applications for these products
  • Case studies

The Specialty Membrane product line consists of elements with a distinct membrane construction, specializing in unique industrial application needs. Broadening the Water & Process Solutions portfolio to solve operation challenges in extreme conditions, the Specialty Membrane Elements perform consistently to help maximize recovery and separation of valuable compounds, minimize overall system CAPEX while reducing environmental footprint, reduce OPEX by lowering overall energy and cleaning chemicals consumption, and meet regulatory requirements.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s specialty Membrane product line
  • Key features of the specialty membranes
  • Key applications for these products
  • Case studies

The Specialty Membrane product line consists of elements with a distinct membrane construction, specializing in unique industrial application needs. Broadening the Water & Process Solutions portfolio to solve operation challenges in extreme conditions, the Specialty Membrane Elements perform consistently to help maximize recovery and separation of valuable compounds, minimize overall system CAPEX while reducing environmental footprint, reduce OPEX by lowering overall energy and cleaning chemicals consumption, and meet regulatory requirements.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s specialty Membrane product line
  • Key features of the specialty membranes
  • Key applications for these products
  • Case studies

The Specialty Membrane product line consists of elements with a distinct membrane construction, specializing in unique industrial application needs. Broadening the Water & Process Solutions portfolio to solve operation challenges in extreme conditions, the Specialty Membrane Elements perform consistently to help maximize recovery and separation of valuable compounds, minimize overall system CAPEX while reducing environmental footprint, reduce OPEX by lowering overall energy and cleaning chemicals consumption, and meet regulatory requirements.

 

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The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s Minimal Liquid Discharge Solution
  • Key reverse osmosis and nanofiltration elements features used to achieve MLD
  • Case studies from Coal to Chemical, Textiles, Flue-gas desulfurization wastewater applications

Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) is a term adopted to highlight the employment of a customizable membrane solution to lower the total cost of wastewater treatment when stringent discharge requirements must be achieved - including zero-liquid discharge.  The lower cost is related to two aspects:  1. The use of reverse osmosis as a proven, lower cost desalting process compared to thermal distillation, and 2. wastewater resource recovery and reuse including purified water and purified salt to off-set treatment costs.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s Minimal Liquid Discharge Solution
  • Key reverse osmosis and nanofiltration elements features used to achieve MLD
  • Case studies from Coal to Chemical, Textiles, Flue-gas desulfurization wastewater applications

Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) is a term adopted to highlight the employment of a customizable membrane solution to lower the total cost of wastewater treatment when stringent discharge requirements must be achieved - including zero-liquid discharge.  The lower cost is related to two aspects:  1. The use of reverse osmosis as a proven, lower cost desalting process compared to thermal distillation, and 2. wastewater resource recovery and reuse including purified water and purified salt to off-set treatment costs.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s Minimal Liquid Discharge Solution
  • Key reverse osmosis and nanofiltration elements features used to achieve MLD
  • Case studies from Coal to Chemical, Textiles, Flue-gas desulfurization wastewater applications

Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) is a term adopted to highlight the employment of a customizable membrane solution to lower the total cost of wastewater treatment when stringent discharge requirements must be achieved - including zero-liquid discharge.  The lower cost is related to two aspects:  1. The use of reverse osmosis as a proven, lower cost desalting process compared to thermal distillation, and 2. wastewater resource recovery and reuse including purified water and purified salt to off-set treatment costs.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s Minimal Liquid Discharge Solution
  • Key reverse osmosis and nanofiltration elements features used to achieve MLD
  • Case studies from Coal to Chemical, Textiles, Flue-gas desulfurization wastewater applications

Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) is a term adopted to highlight the employment of a customizable membrane solution to lower the total cost of wastewater treatment when stringent discharge requirements must be achieved - including zero-liquid discharge.  The lower cost is related to two aspects:  1. The use of reverse osmosis as a proven, lower cost desalting process compared to thermal distillation, and 2. wastewater resource recovery and reuse including purified water and purified salt to off-set treatment costs.

 

On Demand

The course covers:

  • Introduction to DuPont’s Minimal Liquid Discharge Solution
  • Key reverse osmosis and nanofiltration elements features used to achieve MLD
  • Case studies from Coal to Chemical, Textiles, Flue-gas desulfurization wastewater applications

Minimal Liquid Discharge (MLD) is a term adopted to highlight the employment of a customizable membrane solution to lower the total cost of wastewater treatment when stringent discharge requirements must be achieved - including zero-liquid discharge.  The lower cost is related to two aspects:  1. The use of reverse osmosis as a proven, lower cost desalting process compared to thermal distillation, and 2. wastewater resource recovery and reuse including purified water and purified salt to off-set treatment costs.

 

On Demand

This webinar focuses on introducing WAVE to the audience, explains its main features and how to run a multi-tech design.

Treating water often requires more than one technology to achieve the desired water quality for a specific application. Individual water treatment technology design tools make it difficult to optimize systems with multiple technologies to produce water reliably and at the lowest possible cost.

The WAVE Design Software integrates three of the industry’s leading technologies – ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange – into one comprehensive tool using a common interface. It simplifies the multi-technology design process and ultimately helps reduce the time it takes to design water treatment systems.

On Demand

This webinar focuses on introducing WAVE to the audience, explains its main features and how to run a multi-tech design.

Treating water often requires more than one technology to achieve the desired water quality for a specific application. Individual water treatment technology design tools make it difficult to optimize systems with multiple technologies to produce water reliably and at the lowest possible cost.

The WAVE Design Software integrates three of the industry’s leading technologies – ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange – into one comprehensive tool using a common interface. It simplifies the multi-technology design process and ultimately helps reduce the time it takes to design water treatment systems.

On Demand

This webinar focuses on introducing WAVE to the audience, explains its main features and how to run a multi-tech design.

Treating water often requires more than one technology to achieve the desired water quality for a specific application. Individual water treatment technology design tools make it difficult to optimize systems with multiple technologies to produce water reliably and at the lowest possible cost.

The WAVE Design Software integrates three of the industry’s leading technologies – ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange – into one comprehensive tool using a common interface. It simplifies the multi-technology design process and ultimately helps reduce the time it takes to design water treatment systems.

On Demand

This webinar focuses on introducing WAVE to the audience, explains its main features and how to run a multi-tech design.

Treating water often requires more than one technology to achieve the desired water quality for a specific application. Individual water treatment technology design tools make it difficult to optimize systems with multiple technologies to produce water reliably and at the lowest possible cost.

The WAVE Design Software integrates three of the industry’s leading technologies – ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange – into one comprehensive tool using a common interface. It simplifies the multi-technology design process and ultimately helps reduce the time it takes to design water treatment systems.

On Demand

This webinar focuses on introducing WAVE to the audience, explains its main features and how to run a multi-tech design.

Treating water often requires more than one technology to achieve the desired water quality for a specific application. Individual water treatment technology design tools make it difficult to optimize systems with multiple technologies to produce water reliably and at the lowest possible cost.

The WAVE Design Software integrates three of the industry’s leading technologies – ultrafiltration, reverse osmosis and ion exchange – into one comprehensive tool using a common interface. It simplifies the multi-technology design process and ultimately helps reduce the time it takes to design water treatment systems.

On Demand
  • Introduction to DuPont’s AMBERCHROM™ and XAD™ adsorbent resins
  • A review of polymeric media for reverse phase and adsorptive separations 
  • Example separations of these resins under varied modes of operation

Polymeric AMBERCHROM™ and XAD™ adsorbents offer advantages for working across a wide range of pH ranges for reversed phase chromatography operations. Designed for the purification of peptides and oligonucleotides these highly porous, hydrophobic resins can bind and elute target molecules with good resolving power to achieve high yield-purity with excellent recoveries.  The AMBERCHROM™ adsorbents exhibit superior rigidity that allows them to operate at operational pressures up to 60 bar and are available as both pre-packed small HPLC PROFILE columns and as bulk media.  For larger scale needs, bigger bead, XAD™ adsorbents are supplied as bulk media.

On Demand
  • Introduction to DuPont’s AMBERCHROM™ and XAD™ adsorbent resins
  • A review of polymeric media for reverse phase and adsorptive separations 
  • Example separations of these resins under varied modes of operation

Polymeric AMBERCHROM™ and XAD™ adsorbents offer advantages for working across a wide range of pH ranges for reversed phase chromatography operations. Designed for the purification of peptides and oligonucleotides these highly porous, hydrophobic resins can bind and elute target molecules with good resolving power to achieve high yield-purity with excellent recoveries.  The AMBERCHROM™ adsorbents exhibit superior rigidity that allows them to operate at operational pressures up to 60 bar and are available as both pre-packed small HPLC PROFILE columns and as bulk media.  For larger scale needs, bigger bead, XAD™ adsorbents are supplied as bulk media.

On Demand
  • Introduction to DuPont’s AMBERCHROM™ and XAD™ adsorbent resins
  • A review of polymeric media for reverse phase and adsorptive separations 
  • Example separations of these resins under varied modes of operation

Polymeric AMBERCHROM™ and XAD™ adsorbents offer advantages for working across a wide range of pH ranges for reversed phase chromatography operations. Designed for the purification of peptides and oligonucleotides these highly porous, hydrophobic resins can bind and elute target molecules with good resolving power to achieve high yield-purity with excellent recoveries.  The AMBERCHROM™ adsorbents exhibit superior rigidity that allows them to operate at operational pressures up to 60 bar and are available as both pre-packed small HPLC PROFILE columns and as bulk media.  For larger scale needs, bigger bead, XAD™ adsorbents are supplied as bulk media.

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