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SWM Expands Its Water Filtration Offerings by Launching REVONEX Membrane Backing Paper

Alpharetta, GA (News release) -- SWM International has launched REVONEXTM Membrane Backing Paper to the global water filtration market. This new product line offers reverse osmosis (RO) membrane element manufacturers improved performance when casting membranes.

"The RO market continues to grow, riding the megatrend of global drinking water shortages. RO elements continue to displace other technologies and increase share in consumer-related water filtration devices. With this growth, improved performance of membrane casting operations has become more important to spiral wound membrane element producers," said Tim Cullen, SWM Vice President and General Manager of Netting and Nonwovens. "Leading membrane manufacturers have tested our REVONEXTM Membrane Backing Paper and determined it improves runnability and improves their ability to cast more consistent membranes."

REVONEXTM Membrane Backing Paper is a unique product developed from the application of SWM's deep expertise in specialty paper manufacturing to particular unmet needs of the RO market, where the company has been a leading supplier of resin-based materials solutions for many years. Based on wet-laid polyester fibers, REVONEXTMMembrane Backing Paper is produced in calendared and uncalendared grades at SWM's Quimperlé, France paper mill. SWM also supplies NaltexTM feed spacers, CoretecTMpermeate tubes, and CoretecTM machined parts to the global water filtration market.


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