What are Reverse Osmosis (RO) Antiscalants? RO Antiscalants are specialty chemicals that are added upstream of a reverse osmosis (RO) membrane system. These RO chemicals are designed to prevent or slow-down mineral scale formation on the membrane surface. For this reason, the right antiscalant is critical for the consistent operation of a reverse osmosis system.
We are pleased to announce that AWC won vendor of the year at the 2017 Annual South Central Membrane Association (SCMA) event in San Antonio, TX. Our CEO Mo Malki was attending the conference and accepted the award. The award read ‘In recognition of your dedicated support in the growth and development of Operators through
American Water Chemicals (AWC) joined Water Technologies de Mexico at the Expo Pack conference in Guadalajara Mexico June 13 – 15. We at AWC are proud to support our partners to share our ongoing research in using our RO antiscalants, membrane cleaners, and our groundbreaking laboratory techniques to solve complex problems. As we develop new
AWC is proud to announce that our CEO and Technical Director, Mo Malki, won the AMTA Best Paper Award at the MTC 2017 conference in Long Beach, California. The paper, titled “A Novel Calcium Carbonate Scaling Model for Calculating Maximum Recovery and Inhibitor Dosages in Industrial RO Applications” described three indices developed by American Water
Why do a Membrane Autopsy? The word autopsy derives from the Greek word “autopsia” which means “to see with one’s own eyes.” Autopsies can identify specific foulants and scalants on the membrane surface, and they can determine the presence of chemical or mechanical damage that has occurred during operation. The data and conclusions from an