AMPAC USA dispatched a customized mobile reverse osmosis treatment system for the construction site at Wake Island. The unit shall be used for fresh water while construction of the airfield for the U.S. Air Force is underway. AMPAC USA in this piece throws light over the need and customizations of the particular unit for Wake Island. The company is a water treatment systems manufacturer and has been on the ground for 30 years. They provide expert consultation on various industrial, commercial, residential and military water problems.
Food processing companies deal with direct consumption goods that are sold only when they are believed to be the best for health. Water, an important part of the manufacturing process needs to be absolutely safe to be used for manufacturing purposes. When the water received from the source is not safe, reverse osmosis is a safe option that eradicates every pathogen, organic microorganisms, chemicals, TDS and suspended solids.
A recent report by CNBC found out that more socially responsible investors have begun to invest in the water utility industry in the U.S. This comes after the rising alarming news of bad quality and shortage of water in several areas of the States. The report found out that investors were focusing more on the ESG rating of the companies they eventually choose to invest in and this is a positive step towards building a more sustainable and better infrastructure than currently in place.
AMPAC USA participated in the Water Expo 2019 held in Miami last month. The convention saw participants from over 40 countries indulging in discussions revolving around water technologies, reverse osmosis, water administration, and management. AMPAC USA CEO Sammy Farag spoke at the convention about the benefits of packaged reverse osmosis. The expo saw huge response from many buyers, dealers, distributors, experts, and potential consumers.
An increasing number of instances have been surfacing from all across the globe about water shortages all around. AMPAC USA in this write-up shares the different alternatives, solutions, and ways we can put to use to avoid the problem seawater desalination included. The technology has been a boon for countries like Israel where today the nation produces more agricultural goods than it needs. AMPAC with its 28 years of experience shares with us some of the ways to help push back day zero for a longer time.
Offshore Water Makers have been a boon for the Military, Ocean, Marine, Oil, and Gas Industry. Made for intensive water desalination, these pieces of equipment have helped the industry strive for longer in the sea. Operating on the principle of advanced reverse osmosis, these were not used around 20 years ago, although their effectiveness holds true to date. Sammy Farag, CEO of AMPAC USA, a leading manufacturer of treatment systems for 30 years, talks about how these systems are effective in many industries today.
As the world moves further towards dangerously low water levels, it demands a solution that can quench the thirst of millions while still maintaining ecological balance. The new alternative to lakes and rivers is now wastewater treatment. The process is gaining popularity among many countries as a viable option for recycling their waste and turning it into something useful. AMPAC USA, in this article, discusses how the procedure has gained momentum.
The need for better purification technologies has led the world to RO, which was a luxury 10 years ago. Today, companies have made the technology accessible to people from every walk of life at the lowest of costs. In this piece, the CEO of AMPAC USA, Sammy Farag, talks about the clear increase in the market for Reverse Osmosis Purifiers, which is owed to the pollution caused in sources of water around the world. This comes following multiple compromised sources of water that have put the health and lives of people around the world in danger.
Water is a very crucial resource, especially today when reservoirs and rivers are drying up. According to the World Health Organisation (WHO), by 2025, half of the world's population will be living in water-stressed areas. This begs the need for sustainable methods that recycle the water we are using, ways to save it and keep the supply running without exploiting resources. Harvesting it has yet to become a common practice, and some of the common challenges are better and more efficient technology.
AMPAC USA and major companies across the world have been working round the clock to develop sustainable projects that could put less pressure on the earth. After the Paris agreement in 2015, even though many countries and major corporations have worked towards reducing their carbon footprint, CO2 levels have risen in the past four years.
AMPAC USA shares the different conditions where seawater desalination can be useful and where it can be let go. The technology has been a boon for countries like Israel where today the nation produces more agricultural goods than it needs. A lot of countries see the technology as a solution too but financial status does not allow them to take it up as one.
Ampac USA shares how Reverse Osmosis and the advanced technologies around it have proven to be nothing short of an ultimate solution to the water problems faced today. The process, which reverses the natural process of osmosis is now used by every water treatment manufacturer across the world.
Ampac USA is feeling merry this Christmas and keeping up with the Christmas spirit, is now offering a huge 10% discount on all of its products. Renowned for its quality complacent standards, Ampac USA has worked in the sector of water treatment systems for 28 years now. The products offered range from Residential, commercial to industrial but are not limited.
Ampac USA talks about how wastewater treatment systems can curb the challenges faced by industries. Early on, the production was fairly localized, limited to either families or villages even. Today large factories find themselves in the position of providing cheese to more than millions of people each day. Before the rejected water from production wasn't a problem.
So far, what we know with absolute certainty is that earth is the only planet with water on its surface. With most of the water visible from the outer space, a truth is also that the visible water is not fit for use. Of the water present on the earth. Approximately only 1% of it is fit for human use and is present in the form of lakes, rivers, aquifers, and underground water.
This is probably the only area which gives nightmares to Reverse Osmosis system owners. Membrane fouling is a common term heard all through the life cycle of a reverse osmosis system.
Lately, we have been hearing nothing but water shortage and how seawater desalination is the answer. Countries in Africa, South America, Asia, and a few parts of North America are facing a very bad and gruesome problem of the water crisis.
The process of reverse osmosis for Seawater Desalination is being extensively used today in the coastal regions. Many major cities reside by the side of water bodies and especially near the coast. It is therefore understood that the thirst of the population is quenched by water desalinated from the salty seas.
AMPAC USA, a leading manufacturer of the household, commercial and industrial reverse osmosis and seawater desalination systems has gained many accolades over the years. These accolades not only boost customers' faith in the brand but also boosts the overall reputation of the company.
AMPAC USA has been making its mark in water purification industry by creating household reverse osmosis, commercial reverse osmosis, industrial reverse osmosis and seawater desalination systems for decades. Now we are with 100,000 GPD Capacity with PLC Controller.