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Founded Year

2011

Stage

Biz Plan Competition | Alive

Total Raised

$4.49M

About Aqua Membranes

Aqua Membranes is a water technology company that operates in the industrial sector. Its offerings are the production of reverse osmosis membrane elements, which are designed to reduce energy waste and increase system productivity in water reuse applications. It primarily sells to sectors such as power and boiler utilities, wastewater reuse, and small industrial operations. The company was founded in 2011 and is based in Albuquerque, New Mexico.

Headquarters Location

5601 Midway Park Place NE

Albuquerque, New Mexico, 87109,

United States

505-539-5333

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Expert Collections containing Aqua Membranes

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Aqua Membranes is included in 1 Expert Collection, including Advanced Manufacturing.

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Companies in the advanced manufacturing tech space, including companies focusing on technologies across R&D, mass production, or sustainability

Aqua Membranes Patents

Aqua Membranes has filed 21 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • membrane technology
  • water treatment
  • fluid dynamics
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

4/19/2018

9/5/2023

Membrane technology, Fluid dynamics, Water treatment, Water technology, Fouling

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Application Date

4/19/2018

Grant Date

9/5/2023

Title

Related Topics

Membrane technology, Fluid dynamics, Water treatment, Water technology, Fouling

Status

Grant

Latest Aqua Membranes News

Aqua Membranes Closes New Financing To Advance Reverse Osmosis Technology

Sep 26, 2023

Kurita Water Industries Ltd. and Clean Energy Ventures invest in RO optimization technology to improve industrial sustainability With a commitment to environmental stewardship, Aqua Membranes has closed a new round of financing from Kurita Water Industries Ltd. (Kurita), one of the world’s largest suppliers of water treatment equipment, and Clean Energy Ventures, a venture capital firm focused on early-stage climate tech innovations. Together, these investments will help Aqua Membranes address diverse challenges faced by reverse osmosis (RO) membrane facilities across industrial sectors, accelerating the production of 3D Printed Spacer Technology to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions and maximize contributions to a more sustainable society. “Kurita Group is very excited about the opportunity to further strengthen its collaboration with Aqua Membranes through this investment,” said Nobuyoshi Takiguchi, VP, Strategy & Innovation, Kurita America Holdings Inc. “We have high expectations that their technology will bring about significant innovation in power reduction, which has been a bottleneck in RO treatment. The partnership between Kurita Group and Aqua Membranes lays a solid foundation for leading innovations in critical areas of water treatment.” Clean Energy Ventures began investing in Aqua Membranes in 2020 and is continuing to support the growth of our innovation and team. Ongoing research and development efforts have revealed a secondary benefit to systems using Printed Spacer Technology: a resistance to fouling. Less frequent membrane cleaning and replacement need to reduce capital and operating expenses with superior efficiency. Kurita has been committed to delivering innovative solutions that create value for its customers since 1949. Kurita is working with Aqua Membranes to provide best-in-class solutions utilizing Aqua Membranes technology. Keep an eye out for more updates as time goes on. About Aqua Membranes Aqua Membranes manufactures reverse osmosis (RO) membrane elements with Printed Spacer Technology to revolutionize the performance of RO systems with just the change of membrane elements. With printed spacers, its products improve system output, element life, and energy usage by improving the spacer in a way that has never been done before. Aqua Membranes has two brackish water RO models optimized to solve the most significant issues in industrial, water reuse, and ultrapure makeup water (UPW). Learn how to lower operating costs, meet sustainability goals, and improve operations at aquamembranes.com. Source: Aqua Membranes

Aqua Membranes Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Aqua Membranes founded?

    Aqua Membranes was founded in 2011.

  • Where is Aqua Membranes's headquarters?

    Aqua Membranes's headquarters is located at 5601 Midway Park Place NE, Albuquerque.

  • What is Aqua Membranes's latest funding round?

    Aqua Membranes's latest funding round is Biz Plan Competition.

  • How much did Aqua Membranes raise?

    Aqua Membranes raised a total of $4.49M.

  • Who are the investors of Aqua Membranes?

    Investors of Aqua Membranes include Global Prize for Innovation in Desalination, Clean Energy Ventures, Kurita Water, Micron and Pentair.

  • Who are Aqua Membranes's competitors?

    Competitors of Aqua Membranes include AvantGuard and 4 more.

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