Ion Exchange

Strong acid cation (SAC) resins for water softening help commercial facilities operate efficiently and offer quality products to their customers. Effective water treatment with Amberlite SAC resins allow drivers at car washes to leave with a spotless shine. They improve the effectiveness of soaps and detergents at health care facilities and universities, restaurants and hotels, marinas & yachts. In the food services industry, our weak acid cation resins remove alkalinity and heavy metals in beverages, clear ice cubes and make glassware spotless.

Reverse Osmosis

Filmtec 4" RO technology provides an industry-leading, high performance, reliable, and cost-effective solution for commercial applications.


FilmTec NF elements can be used to purify public drinking water in areas where salts such as calcium and magnesium must be reduced, but the highest level of sodium rejection with RO membranes is not required. Compared to lime softening and zeolite softening technologies, nanofiltration membrane softening is a less-expensive alternative. The FilmTec NF270 nanofiltration membrane, for example, offers low salt rejection, low energy consumption, and stable performance after repetitive cleaning. These features make it a prime choice for contaminated surface waters.


We create solutions that help support commercial facilities in achieving sustainable operations over time. Hotels and resorts rely on Integraflux UF membranes for maintaining pools, purifying guest water, and enhancing food service.

Case Study

Nanofiltration Produces Sparkling Clean Water for Swedish Resort Community
Lofsdalen, Sweden, had an outdated water treatment process complicated by variable water quality from an unreliable source. Using FilmTec™ NF255-400 membranes, the town could pull water from Lake Lofssjön, remove the contaminants, and provide sparking clean drinking water to the town residents and tourists.
FilmTec™ NF270-400 Element Helps National Park Service Improve Water Quality
The Denver Service Center of the U.S. National Parks struggled to treat tricky water that needed to meet EPA secondary Standards. Check out the full article to see the raw water constitutes, met requirements, and reduced operational cost.