Hydroflux, one of Australia’s fastest growing water and wastewater technology and solutions businesses in the municipal and industrial markets, Hydroflux has conducted a series of pilot trials across a range of applications that demonstrate the outstanding benefits of direct nanofiltration (dNF). Through a hollow fiber configuration, this technology provides significant sustainability benefits to customers in the municipal and industrial market that previously were not available. dNF membranes are the next generation of polymer membranes, providing an ideal solution for the removal of micro-pollutants, including the residues from antibiotics, hormones, pesticides, pharmaceuticals and nano-plastics.
Mitchel Hastings, director at Hyroflux, said, “Hydroflux has always been about bringing innovative solutions to complex problems. This milestone partnership to supply NX Filtration's ground breaking direct hollow fiber nanofiltration membranes is already redefining how water can be managed more sustainably in Australia, with major reuse projects underway.”
Alejandro Roman, CCO at NX Filtration, said, ‘’We are excited to partner with Hydroflux, a company with an excellent track record of bringing innovative water solutions to the market in Australia and New Zealand, and who shares our sustainability goals and the mission to produce pure and affordable water”
The Hydroflux Group consists of eleven specialist companies that aim to deliver the highest level of engineering and scientific know-how to the emerging issues of sustainability, climate adaptation and environmental protection with a specific focus on water and wastewater. The Group employs more than 100 staff and operates throughout Australia, New Zealand and the Pacific Islands with office locations in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Auckland, Suva and Portsmouth.
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 while offering strong sustainability benefits.