Zero Energy Water has developed a new membrane, the Hydro Pico (HP) filter, which seeks to further the rapid advancements made in RO technology. Its advancements in RO membrane adoption will reduce the electrical costs associated with water purification and desalination.

This HP filter was developed alongside membrane manufacturers, who gave positive feedback and performance validation throughout the production process. Using its expertise in graphene applications, Zero Energy Water has produced a sieve for water molecules that touts a 99.9 percent rejection rate, 10 times the flux of any polyamide-based RO membrane operating at 800 pounds per square inch. The HP filter will be manufactured in standard sizes for traditional RO membranes, working in the same spiral wound filter elements. Zero Water Energy is entering production of this membrane this year.


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