This is our planet and the human impact on the environment has become one of the main challenges of our time.

Why Use a Pool Filtration System?

Whether a swimming pool is commercial or private or outside or inside, it will get dirty. Dirt both stems from environmental sources as well as from swimmers.

What Is Pool Filtration?

Pool filtration is utilized to remove organic and inorganic materials from pool water, leading to water purification. Simply explained, the pool water is passed...

Sustainable Pool Filtration with Reduced Chemical Consumption

Many conventional pool filtration systems, e.g., sand filters, have a large pore structure, making them unable to retain particles smaller than 10-20 microns. This is unsound for pool filtration as the filter is unable to retain bacteria, which is approximately 2-3 microns. To offer effective cleaning of swimming pool water, these technologies heavily rely on chemical treatment. Chemicals cannot be avoided in pool filtration. In fact, chemicals a...

Sand Filters vs. Ceramic Filters

The main element of a pool filtration system is the filter. The filter is what is employed to retain the particles, while clean water will pass through. This filter can be made of various organic as well as inorganic materials.

How Does a Pool Filtration System Work?

The most utilized technology is the conventional sand filter within swimming pool filtration due to its relatively low price. Yet, as this solution was developed approximately 150 years ago, it is not a durable nor a sustainable solution. As sand filters come with a large pore structure, they often fail to provide adequate and effective cleaning without employing flocculant chemicals. Additionally, the sand in the filter must be replaced every 3-...

What Is a Hybrid Technology Membrane, and Why Use It?

Hybrid membranes are a relatively new approach to manufacture new and more durable membranes for water and wastewater treatment. Opposite of one-component membranes, hybrid membranes are produced of several materials to equip them with improved properties. This ultimately leads to improved performance, delivering enhanced permeate quality. The HTM can, in some cases, achieve filtration processes that are simply impossible by conventional filtrati...

Key Takeaways From MEPC

“Failure is not an option,” emphasized IMO Secretary-General Kitack Lim as he initiated MEPC 76, referring to the apparent need to fast-track global shipping’s decarbonization agenda.

Marine Industry Knowledge

At LiqTech, our goal is to minimize the negative impacts made from living an improved lifestyle. With innovative clean technology, we reduce the harmful effects made by various polluting industries, including the marine industry, in line with current and emerging environmental regulations.

What Are the Wash Water Discharge Regulations?

The IMO Exhaust Gas Cleaning System Guidelines require ships to abide by several scrubber wash water discharge limits. Parameters as pH, PAH concentration, turbidity, and temperature should be monitored and recorded continuously set and logged with time and the vessel’s position.