Additive to RO Membrane by HydroP

Israeli start-up HydroP is developing a peptoid-based material that is added to a reverse osmosis membrane in order to influence the thermodynamic conditions of the water. The embedded material reduces the osmotic pressure caused by salt concentrations differences between the two sides of the membrane, resulting in less energy required to drive water through the membrane. Many other membrane modifications are targeted at ways to reduce the membrane resistance rather than osmotic resistance...

Israeli start-up HydroP is developing a peptoid-based material that is added to a reverse osmosis membrane in order to influence the thermodynamic conditions of the water. The embedded material reduces the osmotic pressure caused by salt concentrations differences between the two sides of the membrane, resulting in less energy required to drive water through the membrane. Many other membrane...

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