GE will showcase its advanced energy-saving and efficient technologies, products and services designed to help industrial and municipal customers meet their toughest water challenges at Singapore International Water Week 2014, taking place June 1 to 5, 2014, in Singapore.
“During Singapore International Water Week, we will highlight our solutions for the major water-related challenges facing our industrial and municipal customers—availability, quality, productivity, energy and the environment,” said Heiner Markhoff, president and CEO water and process technologies for GE Power & Water.
Highlights of GE’s technology portfolio that will be on display at Booth #B2-B24 include:
- • ZeeWeed Ultrafiltration—Reinforced hollow-fiber membranes for tough-to-treat water.
- • LEAPmbr—LEAPmbr lowers energy costs, increases productivity and offers a flexible design that can fit within a smaller footprint than conventional membrane bioreactor (MBR) technology.
- • LEAPprimary—An innovative primary treatment technology for use with GE’s ZeeWeed MBR and LEAPmbr systems. LEAPprimary reduces overall energy usage, costs and physical space requirements by combining separation, thickening and dewatering of primary wastewater solids into one compact, high-performance unit.
- • IPER—GE’s IPER system is an integrated pump and energy recovery device for a 1,000 cu meter per day SeaPRO seawater reverse osmosis system. IPER is a highly efficient desalination pump, based on positive displacement technology.
- • Procera Seawater Solutions Platform—Procera’s broad platform includes SeaPAK, SeaPRO, Seawater reverse osmosis spiral wound, ultrafiltration (UF) membranes, depth filters, chemistries, ZeeWeed 1000 and ZeeWeed 1500, Seawater UF, IPER and life cycle services.
- • Sievers Total Organic Carbon (TOC) Analyzers—Designed to measure TOC in a broad range of samples from ultrapure to drinking water, the new M9 analyzer enhances productivity by producing TOC results in two minutes, twice as fast as its predecessor. The InnovOx Analyzer, with its new Class I, Div II certified enclosure, measures TOC in process water.