Koch Membrane Systems launches new corporate web site

Koch Membrane Systems, Inc. (KMS),  has launched a comprehensive upgrade to their corporate web site at www.kochmembrane.com, that features hundreds of KMS filtration products,  including Microfiltration, Ultrafiltration, Nanofiltration, and Reverse Osmosis Membranes, KMS Systems, and the dedicated Chemicals and Services KMS offers to support them all.

"The improvements to the KMS web site highlight the extent of our innovative products and links our technologies and filtration solutions in a very clear and efficient manner," commented John J. Morrison, KMS Senior Vice President,
Sales and Marketing "For our customers, employees and anyone seeking a
membrane-based solution, the new site is a tremendous resource of useful
data," Morrison added. "Even for novices, the KMS web site is a rewarding
visit, being a virtual encyclopedia of membrane filtration technology," he said.

Visitors to the site will be able to access and download KMS brochures, data
sheets, schematic drawings, technical articles, and current press releases, in
addition to contacting KMS for detailed information on specific applications in
a wide range of industries. KMS, with offices worldwide, is a leading global
supplier of filtration membranes and treatment systems for a wide potable
water, salt water, process water, wastewater, fruit juices, vinegar, wine,
food and dairy products, paints, polymers, chemicals, oils and grease in
suspension, and ultrapure specialty waters and solutions for pharmaceuticals,
electronics and biotech applications.

The robust new Koch Membrane Systems site was designed and managed by
Grant Marketing, Newton, MA. Grant Marketing is a leading business-to-
business full service marketing communications company.

The Koch Membrane Systems web site, which will be updated on a weekly
basis, is believed to be one of the most comprehensive sites in the field of
membranes. Go to www.kochmembrane.com for more information.

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