I was born in 1964 in San Diego, CA to a researcher at UCLA who worked on a project called reverse osmosis and an engineer who worked with nuclear reactors.
In the early 1970’s I found my true calling in a process called separation. Some thought that I invented it so they called it Membrane Separation. I studied electronics and was named the top process in my class electronics is where I earned my reputation. Not only did membrane separations work for regular water, they also worked for high purity water.
When I was just a young six inch, I joined the armed forces and traveled the world to help treat even the most dangerous waters with my separation. In fact I’ve been to most every country and even jumped out of airplanes to get the job done. Lots of membranes still work in the military today.
Well a lot has happened over the years and times have changed since then. I am now in demand around the world and have been accepted in many different processes including the food and dairy, beverage, energy, waste water recycling and more. Each process is a new challenge and I like to be exposed to new applications. Being a membrane is a tough life, but a very rewarding one.
Looking back, I have learned a lot. In the early days I would get sick or be exposed to salty situations that would really slow me down. I would try generic remedies to get me better, and then I went to see a specialist, Avista Technologies. They were able to diagnose what was wrong and prescribe the right formula to keep me at peak performance every day.
When you have been around like I have, you learn who you can trust with your life. Avista follows the theory of “Innovation. Applied.” and demonstrates it through unmatched diagnostic tools and application support, as well as proven chemistry that outperforms. As specialists go, they are the best and work with all membranes and membrane types, young and old. I may not be the youngest membrane around anymore so getting the right products to keep me feeling young and performing my best is what life’s all about.
Remember one thing from my story, “MEMBRANES HAVE ONE LIFE. MAKE THE MOST OUT OF IT!”