Dow opens manufacturing facility fine particle filter in Menlo Park, US

Dow opens manufacturing facility for fine particle filter in Menlo Park, US

9:17 AM, 3rd April 2013
Dow opens manufacturing facility for fine particle filter in Menlo Park, US

INDIANAPOLIS, US: Dow Water & Process Solutions, a business unit of The Dow Chemical Company, announced the opening of a commercial-scale manufacturing facility for the TEQUATIC PLUS fine particle filter in Menlo Park, California, US, that is designed to meet growing demand for its line of F-50, F-75 and F-150 models. The announcement was made at WQA (Water Quality Association) Aquatech USA 2013.

“The new facility reflects a five-fold increase in floor space, most of which is dedicated to manufacturing and research and development (R&D). It will also house a growing team of water filtration experts. We continue to operate at an accelerated pace as demonstrated by volume manufacturing and a reliable supply of product to customers across industries. Importantly, the facility includes a state-of-the-art application development laboratory that will enable us to speed up R&D and product testing, bringing solutions to market faster than ever before,” said Abhishek Shrivastava, Manager, Special Projects, Dow.

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