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LG Chem manufactures the full line of NanoH2O™ seawater and brackish water reverse osmosis (RO) membranes based on innovative Thin Film Nanocomposite (TFN) technology. Thin Film Nanocomposite (TFN) technology improves membrane performance by embedding benign nanoparticles in the surface of the membrane. This innovative technology increases membrane flux up to 20% without compromising salt rejection.

LG Chem’s NanoH2O™ seawater RO membranes, incorporated with innovative Thin Film Nanocomposite (TFN) technology, deliver industry-leading salt rejection and 20% more flow than the membranes manufactured from conventional technologies. Our seawater RO membranes significantly reduce the cost of desalination while delivering superior water quality. In LG Chem, we do our utmost to fulfill customer needs and provide additional values from excellent commercial and technical supports. With state-of-the-art technology and customer focus, LG Chem has been awarded more than 3,000 Million Liter per Day (MLD) seawater projects since its establishment.

LG Chem’s NanoH2O™ brackish water RO membranes serve various municipal and industrial applications and have been operating in the major utilities around the world. Incorporating innovative Thin Film Nanocomposite (TFN) technology, all LG BWRO membranes provide superior performance along with intrinsic anti-fouling property and are suitable for applications where consistent and reliable performance is a must.


Selected References: Reverse Osmosis (RO) Membrane Supplier

  • Al Khobar II, Saudi Arabia 2020, 636,000 m³/d RO
  • Al Jubail II, Saudi Arabia 2020, 404,000 m³/d RO
  • Barges, Saudi Arabia 2020, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • Al Arish Phase I, Egypt 2020, 100,000 m³/d RO
  • Linhai Wastewater Reclaimed Plant, Taiwan 2020, 77,000 m³/d RO
  • China Coal Yulin Energy & Chemical, China 2020, 10,800 m³/d RO
  • Shuqaiq III, Saudi Arabia 2019, 450,000 m³/d RO
  • Al Khobar 1, Saudi Arabia 2019, 210,000 m³/d RO
  • Neom, Saudi Arabia 2019, 125,000 m³/d RO
  • Basra, Iraq 2019, 72,000 m³/d RO
  • Kipas, Turkey 2019, 38,520 m³/d RO
  • Ternium Steel Pesqueria Plant, Mexico 2019, 25,000 m³/d RO
  • Sichuan Hebang, China 2019, 16,000 m³/d RO
  • PhosAgro, Russia 2019, 12,000 m³/d RO
  • Datang Dongying Power Plant, China 2019, 12,000 m³/d RO
  • El Alamein, Egypt 2018, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • East Port Said I, Egypt 2018, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • Salalah, Oman 2018, 120,000 m³/d RO
  • Ain Sokhna, Egypt 2018, 100,000 m³/d RO
  • King Abdullah Economic City Airport, Saudi Arabia 2018, 60,000 m³/d RO
  • Huadian Rugao Power plant, China 2018, 21,600 m³/d RO
  • Dongyuan PCB, China 2018, 14,400 m³/d RO
  • Huadian Wangting Power Plant, China 2018, 14,400 m³/d RO
  • STP, India 2018, 10,000 m³/d RO
  • Heesung Electric, China 2018, 10,000 m³/d RO
  • El Galalah, Egypt 2017, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • Hebei Fengyue Energy Technology Desalination Plant, China 2017, 75,000 m³/d RO
  • LG Display Guangzhou Plant, China 2017, 50,000 m³/d RO
  • Paju Sewage Reuse System, South Korea 2017, 40,000 m³/d RO
  • Pohang Sewage Reuse System, South Korea 2017, 34,000 m³/d RO
  • Xinjiang Qinghua Group Water Treatment Plant, China 2017, 27,000 m³/d RO
  • Panipat Refinery and Petrochemical Complex, India 2017, 18,900 m³/d RO
  • Datun Power Plant, China 2017, 15,000 m³/d RO
  • Coalchemical Industrial DI Water Plant, China 2017, 12,960 m³/d RO
  • Sohar, Oman 2016, 250,000 m³/d RO
  • Mostaganem, Algeria 2016, 150,000 m³/d RO
  • NCIC, Egypt 2016, 68,000 m³/d RO
  • Las Palmas III, Spain 2016, 57,000 m³/d RO
  • Asia Symbol Paper Company, China 2016, 30,000 m³/d RO
  • LG Electoronics Solar Factory, South Korea 2016, 10,000 m³/d RO
  • LG Display DI Plant, South Korea 2015, 125,000 m³/d RO

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