Berghof Membranes at Aquatech Amsterdam 2019

Aquatech Amsterdam is the world’s leading water trade show for process, drinking, and wastewater. With over 1000+ exhibitors, 25,000+ water experts from 140 countries and 1000+ Amsterdam International Water Week (AIWW) conference delegates.

Berghof Membranes at Aquatech Amsterdam 2019
Berghof Membranes exhibits at Aquatech Amsterdam 2019 during the 2nd to 5th of December at booth 01.211A, hosting solutions for the treatment of industrial wastewater and process streams.

Our Sales Managers Amir Mahmoud, Antonio Sempere Serrano, Alfredo Crespo along with Rick te Lintelo, (Global Sales Director) offered valuable insights on membrane filtration technology, applications, and reference projects.


Berghof Membranes specializes in tubular membrane filtration and we continuously “think outside the box” to resolve the typical challenges in industrial wastewater treatment and reuse applications. Our external filtration membranes and systems are positioned outside the feed tank, utilizing crossflow velocity to keep the membranes working at optimal conditions.


Berghof Membranes at Aquatech Amsterdam 2019

Berghof Membranes, part of the Berghof Group, is the leading manufacturer of tubular membranes for the filtration and separation of process streams and wastewater in a variety of industries including dairy, landfills, mining, food & beverage, chemical & pharmaceutical, and oil & gas. With more than 50 years of experience and over 1.500 installed systems across the globe, Berghof Membranes prides itself on the robustness, flexibility, energy efficiency and superior quality of its external filtration membranes and solutions.


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