NX Filtration and Transcend partner to showcase benefits of direct nanofiltration membranes through generative design software

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Transcend, a business-to-business (B2B) software-as-a-service company that builds engineering tools for engineering, construction, technology, original equipment manufacturer (OEM), and utility sectors, have signed an agreement with NX Filtration to showcase the capabilities of the latter’s dNF membranes using Transcend’s water and wastewater design software. As part of the collaboration, Transcend is set to configure its cloud-based software platform, the Transcend Design Generator (TDG), to the specific needs of NX Filtration’s technology. This configuration aims to automate the preliminary design of water and wastewater treatment processes and their associated technologies, including NX Filtration’s advanced suite of dNF membranes. TDG could also help NX Filtration’s customers to automatically generate preliminary design proposals and provide further insights to NX Filtration’s engineers.

“Transcend is pleased to partner with NX Filtration and leverage our TDG software as a service platform to showcase the potential of NX’s unique technology,” said Ari Raivetz, CEO of Transcend. “A big part of Transcend’s mission is to help accelerate the adoption of innovation in the water sector. NX Filtration has developed an innovative and sustainable membrane product portfolio, and we see a substantial opportunity to allow asset owners, engineering companies, and NX’s customers and partners to accelerate adoption of this unique technology by including it in TDG.”

Michiel Staatsen, CEO of NX Filtration added: “TDG is a fast and accessible web-based tool that is widely known in the industry. Adding our dNF technology to this platform makes it easy to use and allows our customers to generate proposals from basic inputs. The projections include forecasted water quality, energy usage and the cleaning philosophy, showing the operational efficiency advantages in terms of energy and chemical usage of hollow fiber nanofiltration.”