Asahi Kasei’s Microzaℱ Hollow-Fiber Membrane Selected for Desalination Plant in Kuwait Japan – Tokyo

Microzaℱ hollow-fiber membrane for water treatment from Asahi Kasei was selected as pretreatment membrane for the Doha Phase 1 reverse osmosis (RO)1 seawater desalination plant to be built near Kuwait City by Doosan Heavy Industries and Construction, a major Korean plant construction company. The Asahi Kasei membrane treatment capacity for this project is scheduled to be 610,000 tons per day, representing the largest hollow-fiber filtration membrane order received by Asahi Kasei. Many RO plants for seawater desalination are planned in Kuwait and other countries of the Middle East to address chronic shortages of fresh water, with microfiltration (MF) and [
]

Asahi Kasei’s Microzaℱ Hollow-Fiber Membrane Selected for Desalination Plant in Kuwait Japan – Tokyo2017-10-20T18:33:38+02:00

New drinking water systems in Myanmar




The companies will embark on the so-called EPC business, which designs plants, procures materials and builds under a contract. Wellthy has an advantage of being able to freely adjust treatment processes and devices that will be incorporated into a system according to the quality of drinking water and water sources.

Myanmar is the third country for the Wellthy’s overseas water treatment-related business, followed by Kenya and Vietnam.

In Myanmar, the companies will use the Yangon River which runs near the city as the water source. The river water will be filtered through hollow fiber membranes for purification and [
]

New drinking water systems in Myanmar2017-07-07T11:18:58+02:00
Nach oben