PolyCera is bringing its customers around the globe the most advanced membrane filtration solutions. Our robust UF and NF organic metal membranes deliver the highest quality performance with unrivaled reliability, even under the most challenging applications and at the lowest cost-of-life ownership. Watch what our customers have to say about the powerful capabilities of PolyCera’s Hydro and Titan membrane product lines.
PolyCera Membranes’ New Performance Standard Lowers Cost of Water Wastewater Treatment
PolyCera Membranes Redefine “Robustness”
Water Planet’s breakthrough PolyCera membranes were developed to extend the range of polymeric membrane filtration by delivering consistent and reliable performance even under the most extreme conditions. PolyCera has been proven to lower operating costs and improve system efficiency far better than conventional membranes.
Our PolyCera Titan™ and Hydro™ product lines are ideal for a variety of applications and are available in Water Planet’s proprietary Spiral Monolith™ element configuration.
- Superior hydrophilic membrane material
- Fouling-resistant and easy to clean
- Extreme pH, temperature and oxidant stability
- High tolerance for solids, COD/BOD, and other solvents
- Less expensive than traditional ceramic membranes
Contact Water Planet today to find out how PolyCera membranes can enable you to address even the most challenging water.
On this page of our website, we show links to news about our clients. The first link, below, features our client Water Planet, a water technology company funded by Kevin Costner, Bluestem Ventures and Air Liquide. The story on a Bakersfield CBS affiliate is about Water Planet’s work cleaning dirty water produced in California oil and gas drilling so that it can be recycled for use in agriculture. Not mentioned specifically in the news clip, Water Planet has a couple of very significant innovations – a software based filtration optimization system (Intelliflux™) and a novel membrane material with special properties (PolyCera®).
Steve Rothman will be giving a talk at UCLA on December 9th, 2013 as part of the UCLA OIP Lunch-N-Learn Seminar. Steve will be presenting on topics related to start-up cap tables, equity distribution among founders and early stage valuations.
A copy of the slides to be used during the presentation is available here.
Please contact Rothman and Company if you are interested in learning more about early stage valuation and how we can assist you with start-up formation.