Ion Exchange Resin Fouling Mechanism

Modes of failure in ion exchange resins. Ion exchange resins age in a number of ways, and understanding this is key to both prolonging resin life and minimising regeneration costs. In this article we will discuss a number of the key ways that ion exchange resins can...

Membrane Works moves to our new office

We are moving! We are excited to announce that Membrane Works have moved to our new workshop in Penrith. This new facility will allow us to expand our testing and analysis capabilities, and better serve you, our customers. Our new address is: Membrane Works Pty...

Cartridge filter autopsies

Why would you do an autopsy on something that costs $100? This is usually the first question that is asked. Why would you spend money on testing something so simple? There are a number of reasons, but put simply it’s because cartridge filters are very easy to remove...

Membrane Pilot Rig

Membrane works are proud to showcase our new pilot Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration membrane rig. This rig is a new tool for running pilot testing of the most difficult to treat waters, in those moments where we see the predictive models are no longer effective....
When should I do an autopsy?

When should I do an autopsy?

When should I do an autopsy? Over time the performance of all membrane processes degrade. Performance loss may happen gradually or in the case of an unexpected event, a rapid decrease may occur. Membrane performance loss can happen for a range of reasons, which...