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Kita-ku,
Osaka 530-8230,
Japan
T: +81 72 695 0551
F: +81 72 693 1288

Toyobo, a leader in Fibers, Textiles and Polymer chemistry for over more than a century of operations is now the worldwide leader in seawater RO by its hollow fiber membrane technology.

Toyobo’s RO membrane “HOLLOSEP” has unique characteristics that eliminate bio-fouling, provides higher availability, deliver excellent reliability and allows higher recovery of product water. Toyobo “HOLLOSEP” has proven its higher quality in performance and cost competitiveness in the large commercial desalination plants in the Middle East and around the world. By way of example, Toyobo “HOLLOSEP” was introduced to the largest Seawater Desalination Plant in the Middle East, Ras Al Khair Plant (Capacity: 345,000m3/D) which was awarded “Desalination Plant of the Year” at the 2015 Global Water Award.

Arabian Japanese Membrane Company (AJMC), a joint venture between Toyobo and ITOCHU Plantech, is the first Hollow Fiber RO Membrane manufacturer in Saudi Arabia established in 2010 and has been contributing to meeting the needs of people in the Middle East countries.

Toyobo has just developed Brine Concentration (BC) membrane especially for treating high salinity solutions. The innovative BC membrane helps you achieve high concentration with far less energy consumption than currently available technologies.

Toyobo, the worldwide leader in membrane technology, will continue to introduce the best solutions for the water issues all over the world.


Selected References: Membrane Supplier

  • Rabigh IWSPP Phase II, Rabigh, Saudi Arabia 2015, 108,000 m³/d RO
  • Ras Al Khair, Saudi Arabia 2014, 345,000 m³/d RO
  • Jeddah 3, Saudi Arabia 2013, 260,000 m³/d RO
  • Ras Abu Jarjur, Bahrain 2012, 7,200 m³/d RO
  • Manifa, Saudi Arabia 2011, 27,000 m³/d RO
  • Shuqaiq, Saudi Arabia 2010, 240,000 m³/d RO
  • Rabigh, Saudi Arabia 2008, 218,000 m³/d RO
  • Al-Jubail, Saudi Arabia 2007, 90,900 m³/d RO
  • Yanbu, Saudi Arabia 2006, 50,400 m³/d RO
  • Fukuoka, Japan 2005, 59,940 m³/d RO
  • Ad Dur, Bahrain 2005, 45,500 m³/d RO
  • Key West, U.S.A. 2004, 11,360 m³/d RO
  • Tanjung Jati, Indonesia 2004, 11,000 m³/d RO
  • Aichi, Japan 2004, 120 m³/d RO
  • Al Hamra, United Arab Emirates 2002, 648 m³/d RO
  • Rafha, Saudi Arabia 2001, 9,000 m³/d RO
  • Tanajib, Saudi Arabia 2001, 6,000 m³/d RO
  • Al Birk, Saudi Arabia 2001, 2,200 m³/d RO
  • Kanagawa, Japan 2001, 420 m³/d RO
  • Tomari, Japan 2001, 336 m³/d RO
  • Fukuoka, Japan 2001, 100 m³/d RO
  • Tokushima, Japan 2000, 1,000 m³/d RO
  • Kochi, Japan 2000, 288 m³/d RO
  • Yokohama, Japan 2000, 168 m³/d RO
  • Medina/Yanbu 2, Saudi Arabia 1998, 128,000 m³/d RO
  • Jeddah 1 Phase 2, Saudi Arabia 1994, 56,800 m³/d RO
  • Ikata, Japan 1992, 2,400 m³/d RO
  • Sasebo, Japan 1992, 1,000 m³/d RO
  • Jeddah 1 Phase 1, Saudi Arabia 1989, 56,800 m³/d RO
  • Ohi, Japan 1989, 4,000 m³/d RO
  • Haql 2, Saudi Arabia 1988, 4,400 m³/d RO
  • Duba 3, Saudi Arabia 1988, 4,400 m³/d RO

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