Membrane Systems Inc Koch, a Usa Inc registered in Colorado, USA. Focus on the registered trademark of "KOCH" and "Koch" RO reverse osmosis membrane, NF membrane, UF roll type hollow fiber ultrafiltration membrane, ultrafiltration membrane, microfiltration membrane membrane products research and development. Has decades of membrane manufacturing and application experience, has become a real film separation area has the most perfect product chain of well-known brands. One of the largest filter membrane suppliers. Able to provide products from the membrane microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration and reverse osmosis and other filtering precision and system, membrane structure comprises a hollow fiber type, roll type, tube type three
Membrane Systems Inc Koch is a very high speed growth of the Asia Pacific water treatment market, especially in the water treatment business, the company has established a wholly owned subsidiary of the company (Beijing) Membrane Technology Co., Ltd., responsible for all business in china. Ke (KOCH) the company has the world's most sophisticated R & D equipment and advanced film production testing system: 100% integrity detection; USP four grade standard toxicity test; FDA standard. Koch (KOCH) with different structure provided by the company (hollow, roll type, tube type, plate type), different materials (PS, PVDF, PAN, PES), different filtering accuracy (from microfiltration, ultrafiltration, nanofiltration separation to the level of reverse osmosis membrane and comprehensive application of different standards). Products have been widely used in wastewater, industrial, civil, drinking water treatment, pharmaceutical, biochemical technology, food, dairy products, beverages, electrophoretic coating and other industries, KOCH filter membrane products has become the representative of advanced production technology.
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17.11.2012 -The first big private Koch industries
According to the published protocol, Kosa subsidiary of Koch's will contribute $4 billion 400 million in cash to buy DuPont holdings INVISTA (former DuPont textiles and interiors department, referred to as DTI).
OUR breakthrough in the world
1.The patent right of the screw type film element 1967
2.the world's first large-scale reverse osmosis system of the United States Texas 1970
3.the world's first large-scale industrial wastewater treatment system of the United States, 1974 Kangniege ro.
4.the world's first commercial 8 inch (200 mm) diameter coiled film element 1976.
5.the world's first large-scale urban sewage reuse reverse osmosis system California 1977.
6.the world's first large-scale seawater desalination system with the reverse osmosis desalination system Saudi Arabia 1977.
7.the world's first composite (TFC) reverse osmosis membrane element 1977.
8.the world's first large-scale reverse osmosis textile mill waste water recycling system of the United States, Pennsylvania, 1978.
9.the world's first commercial 12 inch (300 mm) diameter coiled type membrane element 1978.
10.the world's first commercial 60 inches (1500mm) long TFC composite membrane components (MAGNUM & reg) 1995.
11.the world's first minimum desalination rate 99.7% composite membrane components (TFC HR Premium) 1996.
12.the world's first commercial 18 inch (457mm) diameter volume type RO film element 2003.
- Common pollution problems and control of membrane system.
- The technical advantages of Koch ultrafiltration technology in industrial waste alkali liquor in.
- The principle of ultrafiltration technology and the introduction of fruit juice concentrate.
- Advantages of UF membrane process and its requirement for water quality.
- The application of nanofiltration membrane.
- Apparatus for recovering electrophoretic paint.
- The process characteristics and application field of UF membrane system.
- Ultrafiltration membrane use matters needing attention.
- The pharmaceutical industry in the application
Koch Industries is named in honor of Fred C. Koch, who developed an improved method of converting heavy oil into gasoline in 1927.His entrepreneurial drive formed the foundation of what would eventually become one of the largest private companies in the United States. Koch's involved in China's industry is not much, only one Beijing Bi Technology Co.LtdRead Moreproduct displayHot-sale productContact usAsia
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Wichita, Kan-based Koch Industries, Inc. began as Wood River Oil and Refining Co. in 1940. According to Forbes, Koch Industries is one of the largest private companies in America. The best way to understand Koch Industries is to view it as a collection of capabilities continually searching for new ways to create value. Click here for a quick overview of Koch.
Koch companies have a presence in more than 60 countries and employ more than 100,000 people worldwide, with about 60,000 of those in the United States. They have invested more than $70 billion in acquisitions and other capital expenditures since 2003 to make life better around the world by efficiently converting resources into products and services that people depend on every day.
Koch companies are involved in refining, chemicals, biofuels and ingredients,forest and consumer products, fertilizers polymers and fibers, process and pollution control equipment and technologies, electronic components, commodity trading, minerals,energy, ranching,glass,and investments.As a privately held company, Koch Industries, Inc. does not release its financial statements or other financial data to the public. However, certain subsidiaries of Koch Industries provide information to the two leading credit rating agencies in the United States, Moody’s Investor Service and Standard and Poor’s. Koch Resources, LLC maintains long-term credit ratings of AA- from S&P and Aa3 from Moody’s. Koch companies such as Flint Hills Resources, LLC (S&P: AA- and Moody’s: A1); Georgia-Pacific, LLC (S&P: A+ and Moody’s: Baa1), INVISTA B.V. (S&P: BB+ and Moody’s: Ba1) and Molex Incorporated (S&P: BBB and Moody's: Baa3) have their own credit rating apart from Koch Resources, LLC. Maintaining strong financial health has always been a priority of Koch companies, which cultivate a disciplined style of managing their businesses and investments. Since 1960, the value of the Standard & Poor's 500 grew nearly 160-fold (assuming the reinvestment of dividends). During that same period, the value of Koch Industries grew more than 4,600-fold (using the same assumptions). The growth of Koch companies has been achieved both through acquisitions and through expansion and broadening of existing businesses. Contributing to the company’s continued growth is the shareholders’ long-time policy of reinvesting 90 percent of earnings.
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