Membrana and Layne announce partnership

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Charlotte, NC, July 13, 2010 -- Membrana-Charlotte has finalized an agreement with Layne Christensen  to work together to evaluate the use of Membrana's Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactors for radon and VOC removal in the municipal market segment in the continental United States. The target products are the 10 x 28 and 14 x 28 membrane contactors for flows greater than 30 gpm.

Layne Christensen has an extensive distribution network for this application and market.

“We are excited about solidifying this partnership with Layne Christensen and believe they command a significant market presence that will allow us to further expand our application base in the municipal sector” said Allen Pittman, VP and Business Manager for Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactors.

Liqui-Cel® Membrane Contactors are manufactured by Membrana and are used around the world for adding or removing oxygen, carbon dioxide and nitrogen to or from different liquids, including water.

Layne Christensen's Water Treatment Division designs and builds high capacity water purification systems serving municipalities, utilities, industry and agriculture. The company offers water treatment solutions for the removal of radium, arsenic, iron, manganese, VOCs, nitrate, turbidity, suspended solids, color, organics, cryptosporidium, Giardia, and many other contaminants.

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