Avista Technologies, Inc.
Avista Technologies provides cost effective specialty chemicals that maximize productivity and extend membrane life of reverse osmosis, microfiltration and ultrafiltration membrane systems. Our dedicated team of experienced technical personnel assist customers in determining which RoQuest® coagulant, Vitec® antiscalant, RoCide® biocide and RoClean and AvistaClean cleaners are the best option for their specific application. Extensive technical services are available to diagnose system performance issues including; membrane autopsy, cleaning studies, pilot testing and troubleshooting. Recent innovations include the Vitec© 8000 series of environmentally sensitive antiscalants and Chromatic Elemental Imaging (CEI), vivid three dimensional color images that identify specific foulant constituents on a membrane surface to help troubleshoot membrane systems and improve plant performance.

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140 Bosstick Blvd
San Marcos, CA 92069
United States
Toll-free: 7607440536
Phone: 7607440536
Fax: 760 744-0619

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