Jan 08, 2021

Hydranautics Transitions its HYDRAcap Product Line to NX Filtration

NX Filtration and Hydranautics announced that NX Filtration will start production and global distribution of various HYDRAcap ultrafiltration products that were previously supplied by Hydranautics.
 

NX Filtration, a producer of innovative hollow fiber membrane solutions, and Hydranautics, one of the global leaders in membrane technology and part of the Nitto Group, announce that NX Filtration will start production and global distribution of  various HYDRAcap ultrafiltration products that were previously supplied by Hydranautics. 

The HYDRAcap products are deployed globally for a broad range of applications such as pre-treatment for reverse osmosis, surface water treatment and wastewater treatment.  

The agreement covers the HYDRAcap Polyether Sulfone (PES) hollow fiber ultrafiltration product line based on the inside-out filtration concept. These characteristics, that provide an  ideal chemical and thermal stability for use in robust filtration processes, fit well with NX  Filtration’s broader product portfolio of hollow fiber Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration and Nanofiltration solutions. Hydranautics will continue to deliver its Polyvinylidene Difluoride (PVDF) based outside-in membrane products. 

“Through this agreement with NX  Filtration we assure that our customers continue to receive high quality HYDRAcap modules," said Masaaki Ando, President of Hydranautics. "NX Filtration offers a wealth of membrane experience and invests in innovative  solutions for the future. We have established a close liaison with NX Filtration and will jointly  work on a smooth transition period offering optimal service to our customer base.” 

“We are proud to be selected by Hydranautics, which is a testimony to our reputation of offering high-quality innovative membrane products.  We are dedicated to offer Hydranautics’ customer base a continuation of outstanding  products, high service and access to our global team of membrane experts,” added Staatsen, CEO of NX Filtration.

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