CEMBRANE WILL BE ATTENDING BERLIN WASSER WEEK 28-29th OF MARCH 2017

We will be present at Berlin Wasser Week the 28th and 29th of March in Berlin Germany. CCO Sebastian Andreassen and our German Sales responsible Dr. Rainer Siegmeier will be on hand to discuss the benefits of our Silicon Carbide based flat sheet membrane for MBR, industrial Waste water and Drinking water treatment. In fact, 3 of our OEM partners will be exhibiting our membrane modules as part of their system offering within the fields of Drinking…

Cembrane’s SiC membrane solves problems for the water stressed vineyards in the famous Napa Valley wine country in California

Earlier this year, Cembrane’s SiC ceramic flat sheet membranes was commissioned inside a Membrane Bio Reactor (MBR) wastewater treatment facility at a vineyard in Napa Valley California. The wastewater is particularly difficult to treat, due to large variations in the pH from alkaline to acidic in the biological process. The SiC ceramic flat sheet membranes is an essential part of the MBR wastewater treatment process that enables the winery to recycle their waste on-site. Recycling of wastewater at wineries in Napa Valley is…

The cost of ceramic membranes for MBRs

Interesting article by Prof. Simon Judd, discussing the economic feasibility of ceramic membranes in MBR. One thing is certain, the market acceptance of ceramic membranes is increasing for MBR’s in a wider range of applications. American Membrane Technology Associations (AMTA) will hold a conference in Atlanta US in April, where this topic will be discussed in further details, and Cembrane will be on the program as well. http://www.thembrsite.com/blog/the-cost-of-ceramic-membranes-for-mbrs/

Successful commissioning of Cembrane’s SiC ceramic membranes at a food processing plant in Dubai.

This week our Silicon Carbide (SiC) ceramic membranes have been succesfully commissioned at a wastewater treatment plant at a food processing site. This is the second installation in UAE in this application, and one more is already booked for this year. The objective of the plant is to treat a wastewater stream up to 200 m3/day for reuse purposes. The treatment process consists of oil separator, MBBR, settling and SiC membranes. Then followed by Activated…

Cembrane will showcase at Weftec 2016

Cembrane will be attending WEFTEC in New Orleans 24th – 28th of September, which is the largest wastewater exhibition of its kind in North America. We at Cembrane are proud to announce that OVIVO is showcasing our SiC flat sheet membranes in their booth. OVIVO is a market leader in the North American wastewater industry, especially in the use of flat sheet membranes, and has been bringing new innovative technologies to  the industry for more than a century. Stop by booth #2729…

Cembrane has received another order for drinking water treatment in Iran

Cembrane is proud to announce receiving another order for its New Generation Ceramic membranes (Cembrane) to treat 1.728m3/day drinking water in the capital city of Iran. This initial order, which is a trial installation, serves to treat a part of the actual demand of 10.368m3/day. The objective of the treatment process is to recover backwash water from existing sand filters with 99% recovery rate while acting as a micro-biological barrier and finally to recover the…

Cembrane will exhibit at the upcoming Singapore International Water Week (SIWW)

Cembrane is pleased to announce our presence at the Singapore International Water Week (SIWW) from the 10th to 14th  of July 2016. Cembrane together with Boustead Salcon Water Solutions (www.bousteadsalcon.com) will be displaying the Silicon Carbide (SiC) New Generation Ceramic Membranes for use in the drinking and wastewater sectors. The SiC performs at unprecedented high flux rates and robustness in drinking and wastewater treatment. To view the pilot unit and product displays during the exhibition…

Cembrane has received its first order for drinking water treatment in Sweden

Cembrane is proud to announce receiving an order for its New Generation Ceramic membranes to treat 5.184 m3/day of ground water in Southern part of Sweden. The objective of the treatment process is to remove Manganese, Iron and Turbidity from ground water as well as acting as a micro-biological barrier before distributing the filtrate to the Swedish residences and local industry. Cembrane was chosen to supply its ceramic membrane modules, including the complete process and…