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MegaVision Membrane launches new website to support business expansion in Europe and Americas

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MegaVision Membrane, specialist manufacturers of microfiltration (MF), ultrafiltration (UF) and membrane bioreactors (MBR), has announced the launch of a brand new website focused at the European and American markets.

The new website − now found at − has been designed to showcase MegaVision's product range which includes their flat sheet (FMBR) and hollow fibre (HMBR) products, as well as MBR case studies across a range of markets and applications.

 | Shanghai MegaVision's new website
 | Shanghai MegaVision's new website

Commenting on the company’s new website launch, Nicolas Aubouin, MegaVision Membrane, says: 'Our aim is to support our partners and customers in achieving their filtration requirements in the most efficient, reliable and cost-conscious manner. Leveraging on our standardized products, we are able to deliver faster and at better cost wherever our membranes are needed.'

MegaVision Membrane, headquartered in Shanghai and established in 1999, is a high technology enterprise specialising in the R&D, manufacturing, and supply of novel filtration membranes. The group operates several plants in China and has distributed its MBR modules worldwide since 2008.

MegaVision has engineered HYPERTM − a patented membrane polymer structure − for permanently high hydrophilicity and with the advantage of low fouling, dry storage, and steady flux, promoting lower OPEX maintenance costs.

Contact MegaVision at or get in touch using the contact form provided on the new website.

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