DuPont announced in January that after signing agreements to acquire the Ultrafiltration Membrane business from BASF – inge GmbH – including ultrafiltration and membrane technologies – the acquisition has been finalized and is now in place.
“As a global leader of innovative water solutions committed to investing in specialty solutions, the integration of inge®’s technologies extends our water purification capabilities and helps meet growing customer demand for ultrafiltration,” said Rose Lee, President, DuPont Safety & Construction. “inge® is an ideal fit for enhancing our ability to design tailored, integrated solutions for drinking water, and industrial and wastewater treatment applications.”
inge GmbH industry-leading multi-bore PES ultrafiltration technology complements DuPont’s leading portfolio of water purification and separation capabilities. The product lines will join DuPont’s trusted FilmTec™ Reverse Osmosis and Nanofiltration Membranes, “Integraflux™ / Integrapac™ Ultrafiltration Portfolio, and Amber series of Ion Exchange Resins to provide more options for customers.
“Today marks a new trajectory for our business,” said HP Nanda, Global Vice President and General Manager, DuPont Water Solutions. “Our combined, broader filtration portfolio further boosts our position as a market shaper, and we look forward to combining our strengths to be bolder, better and stronger for our customers and the marketplace.”