NX Filtration secures land for nanofiltration membrane production facility

July 21, 2021

NX Filtration, specialist in innovative hollow fiber membrane solutions, recently signed a purchase option for a plot of land at the High Tech Systems Park in Hengelo, the Netherlands.

The High Tech Systems Park is the innovation campus that is evolving around the Thales site in Hengelo, the Netherlands. Companies located at the High Tech Systems Park share the mission of innovating faster through cooperation.

The High Tech Systems Park is approximately 10 kilometers from NX Filtration’s current facilities. The purchase option concerns a plot of land of approximately 24,000 square meters, on which NX Filtration plans to build a new plant to produce its nanofiltration membranes in the next two to three years. This plant is expected to be able to, over time, accommodate a flexible set-up of up to ten spinning lines with a targeted total capacity of approximately 80,000 membrane modules per year, based on production in five shifts and depending on the product mix.

Michiel Staatsen, CEO of NX Filtration, said, “This is an important step in further scaling up our company to meet a growing demand for our innovative hollow fiber direct nanofiltration technology. With our technology we address global water scarcity and water quality challenges whilst offering strong sustainability benefits to our customers. The innovative ecosystem of the High Tech Systems Park is a great fit with NX Filtration and we are looking forward to collaborate with the other companies at campus.”

About NX Filtration

NX Filtration is a provider of direct nanofiltration membrane technology for producing pure and affordable water to improve quality of life. Its direct nanofiltration technology removes micropollutants (including pharmaceuticals, medicines, PFAS and insecticides), color and selective salts, but also bacteria, viruses and nanoplastics, from water in one step whilst offering strong sustainability benefits. 

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