CJK Alliance (CEO, Kim Sanguk) participated in 'the 40th International exhibition on environmental technology & green energy(hereinafter referred to as "ENVEX 2018")' held at COEX from May 30th(Wed.) to June 1st(Fri.) and exhibited a new product which is 'Liqui-Cel', membrane. (Photo: Kim Dayeong, Assistant manager, is explaining features of Liqui-Cel)
This company is a company specialized in finished goods and core parts related to water treatment and distributes domestically and exports goods which are manufactured in OEM in the USA, China and Taiwan, and establishing global network in China, the USA, Japan and Europe.
The Liqui-Cel introduced at this exhibition is used to remove and discharge oxygen, carbon dioxide, and ammonia from manufacture process of TFT LCD, boiler feed water, electricity, petrochemistry, medicine and beverage.
In addition, 'AZUD automatic filtration cleaning system', a main product, is a preprocessing next-generation filter system, which has excellent efficiency and safety by complements the disadvantages of the existing preprocessing systems, and saves maintenance cost.
This product is used to UR and RO system as well as seawater desalination system, natural water system preprocessing, sewage and dirty water, wastewater treatment system, and can be applied to various fields such as steel, paper, automobile, food, petrochemistry, chemical industry, electronics, semiconductor industry and agriculture.
(Photo: AZUD preprocessing systems)
Meanwhile, ENVEX 2018 is Korea's largest environmental industrial technology and renewable energy trade exhibition, hosted by KEPA (Korea Environmental Preservation Association), and organized by KEITI (Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute), KECO (Korea Environment Corporation), SLC (SUDOKWON Landfill Site Management), KEPA (Korea Environmental Preservation Association and KEIA(Korea Environmental Industry Association). The exhibition is attracting attention as the largest publicity and marketing opportunity for companies to become the leading companies in green growth.