Why you should choose us?

Because we have:

Competitive price
Fast delivery
Tailor-made manufacturing
Technical support
NSF and Halal Certificate

How can we choose the most suitable antiscalant for your systems?

We have a Software program that we call BIMAKS ANTISCALANT SOFTWARE PROGRAM (BASP) particularly adapted to our reverse osmosis products. By entering the water quality parameters (like hardness, iron, barium, carbonate, temperature, etc…), plus by selecting the membrane type and code, plus by entering the reverse osmosis operational parameters (ratio, permeate flow rate, pump pressure, etc…) BASP is able to calculate the different risk points of the reverse osmosis, make the most appropriate product selection regarding the entered values, define the secure dosage rate of the selected product for a safe and long term reverse osmosis operation. So, if you can fill out our RO checklist, we can suggest you the most suitable antiscalant for your system.

Why should we use MAKS FAN COIL TABLET?

Air conditioner, humidifier and refrigeration drain pans are breeding grounds for slime, sludge and toxic bacteria, all of which may cause major health and maintenance problems such as the life threatening legionella. You could solve this problem easily and effectively with MAKS FAN COIL TABLET which was developed to control slime forming bacterias and other undesired biological growths (fungea, algea, mildew, legionella, virus, etc…) in air conditioning systems.

Why should we use MAKS 400A (special antiscalant for mining processes: gold, silver, copper, etc.)?

The largest gold mines in the world are experiencing costly  production downtime and cleaning costs due to gypsum scale in a  critical slurry leaching circuit. The severity of the scale causes  the mill to shut down often, with recent conditions resulting in shut  downs as frequently as every 3 months in order to clean the slurry  pipes and pumps.

How often do we need to make membrane cleaning?

Membrane cleaning is typically done every 3 – 12 months in well operated systems. Cleaning should be performed as indicated by your membrane supplier or when:

1.The normalized permeate flow drops by 10%.

2. The normalized salt passage increases 5 – 10%.

3. The normalized pressure drop (feed – concentrate) increases by 10 – 15%.

The key to maintaining good performance is to clean as soon as possible after performance begins to decline. Initial fouling of a membrane surface will change the flow within the system and encourage further and more complex fouling to occur.