DuPont Water Solutions to demonstrate portfolio of multi-technology solutions at IFAT 2022

IFAT, May 30 to June 2, Munich, Germany.

DuPont Water Solutions will be attending IFAT later this month showcasing its extensive portfolio of multi-technology water treatment solutions. This is the first time that DuPont, one of the world’s largest water technology companies, will have a named presence at this important industry event, having previously been represented by inge GmbH, an ultrafiltration membrane business, acquired by DuPont in January 2020.

Visitors to DuPont’s stand (Hall A3.245) will encounter a wide and diverse range of different water treatment technologies that can be combined to provide scalable solutions across a wide range of industries. Following a series of acquisitions, DuPont Water Solutions offers the widest technology portfolio, including the breakthrough membrane aerated biofilm reactors (MABR), membrane bioreactor (MBR) and industry leading ultrafiltration (UF), reverse osmosis membranes and ion exchange resins.

Attendees will also have the first opportunity to learn about DuPont’s new ultrafiltration (UF) product portfolio which brings together market-leading technology from three existing brands with more than 75 years of ultrafiltration experience. This harmonization of product lines means that DuPont customers will find it easier to adopt robust and versatile multi-technology solutions for a wide range of water treatment applications.

IFAT is the world’s leading trade fair for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management, gathering industry experts from across the globe. It is being held from 30 May to 3 June at Messe München in Munich, Germany and will feature more than 3,000 exhibitors.

“In this show we will also be introducing one of the most recent incorporations to our product portfolio, the Integrated Ultrafiltration (iUF). This new-generation technology, which has been co-developed with engineering specialist Fluytec, combines the screening and UF stages in a single pressure vessel. iUF not only offers a robust and affordable approach, but also minimizes plant requirements and expands application range of conventional UF systems.”

“Our customers and partners across the globe rely on us to continue driving innovation that empowers them to tackle the toughest water challenges and realizing our shared vision of a clean water future,” said Josef Wunram, DuPont Water Solutions Commercial Leader for Project Business in EMEA, “We are excited to be at this important industry event to demonstrate to our customers the diverse range of multi-technology solutions and excellent expertise of our teams. We can’t wait to share more details of our new ultrafiltration product portfolio which offers customers unmatched flexibility in water treatment system design, while delivering enhanced performance and durability.”



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