CUT and Thetis’ ongoing commitment to research and development fuels the development of our novel membrane technologies. Our team is focused on developing not only membrane chemistry that will push the limits of traditional sustainable fluxes but also provide the ability to continuously operate at temperatures as elevated as 80ºC.
Our latest PermaFlux™ technology is driven by a novel patented module design coupled with a hydraulically balanced system which lead to significant energy savings as high as 90% over incumbent tubular membranes.
Through this groundwork, our engineers’ design philosophy is centred around solutions that are simple to operate, outperform traditional tubular membranes and lower our customer’s capital and operational costs.
Our vision is to continue to focus on research and development as the key driver to our success. This commitment will ensure that our customers will profit from our membrane innovations and our environment will be protected for generations to come.
“It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one most responsive to change”
– Charles Darwin