Posted on January 15, 2014
Synder is now able to offer a family of ultrafiltration elements that meet the USP Class VI certification requirements for use in pharmaceutical production. Read the full story here.
Posted on January 15, 2014
Synder’s advanced membrane technologies used in pharmaceutical chemical processing were featured in an article in Filtration + Separation. Click here to learn more.
Posted on September 30th, 2013
Synder Filtration has completed expansion into the newly renovated 53,000 sq.ft Research, Development & Engineering Center (RDEC) adjacent to Synder Headquarters in Vacaville, California. In addition to R&D and Engineering, membrane system fabrication and application development laboratories have also been relocated to the new building. Synder has expanded its pilot system fleet and system engineering capabilities to accommodate the growing demand for specialty process separations development. The existing HQ facility will now be dedicated to membrane casting and rolling, with ample room for growth for years to come.
Posted on September 26th, 2013
Numerous trends have impacted both the food and beverage and the filtration product industries. As demand for purer, clearer, and more sustainable food and beverage products has grown, innovative solutions from leading filtration systems manufacturers have followed. Synder Filtration has developed custom membranes and filtration technologies specifically for the food and beverage industry. Our micro, ultra, and nano filtration membranes are designed to solve problems and open the doors to opportunity.
Click the link at the top of this section to view the full whitepaper about the innovation taking place in filtration technology for the Food & Beverage industry
Check out our infographic designed to complement the whitepaper by clicking here!
Posted on July 23rd, 2013
Membrane filtration plays a prominent role in dairy processing. Historically, for every one gallon of cheese produced, ten gallons of milk were required. The remaining 9 gallons of residual whey, were for many years simply a waste product, leading to disposal and environmental concerns.
Today, filtration helps isolate proteins and components of whey to create products such as Whey Protein Concentrate (WPC), a very popular compound used in protein powders designed for muscle-building and weight gain.
In the infographic below, we have taken a look at the carbon footprint of the dairy industry, the process through whey is converted to no longer be simply a waste product, and an overview of some of the popular uses for whey today, including not just protein powder, but also electricity production, and food ingredients.
Click the link at the top of this section to view full article and infographic…
Posted on May 24th, 2013
Synder Filtration was recognized by the Acting Secretary of Commerce, Dr. Rebecca Blank in Washington DC this week by receiving the President’s “E” Award for Exports. This prestigious award recognizes companies in the United States that make a significant contribution to the expansion of U.S. exports. Exporting represents over 40% of Synder’s business and the company expects to see that number grow over the coming years.
To all of our new and existing customers globally: Thank you for your valued business!
Posted on January 14th, 2013
Synder Filtration is proud to announce a 23% growth in 2012. Our core business in spiral wound membranes and membrane systems continue to show strong sales across many industries.
Last fall, we initiated plans to expand our research & development, system fabrication, pilot testing and engineering departments. Since then, we have finalized the purchase of a new 53,000 square foot building adjacent to Synder headquarters, and plan to complete the expansion by Q3 2013. The new facility will provide ample room for growth for years to come.
To our new and existing valued customers: we sincerely thank you for a great year in 2012 and we look forward to growing our relationship and further mutual success in 2013. Happy new year to all!
Posted on August 16th, 2012
Synder Filtration has achieved another quarterly sales record for Q2 2012, adding to a milestone of achievements for the current fiscal year. The sustained growth can be attributed to significant industrial membrane system sales, and Synder’s ability to remain flexible and responsive to requests for customized equipment and membranes.
In an effort to meet today’s growing demands, Synder plans to expand production capacity by another 25% by the end of Q3 2012. In addition, investments are planned in the near future for widening R&D and application development. These strategic investments in infrastructure will only strengthen product offerings and solutions to customers, while maintaining the same responsiveness and lead times expected by our valued customers.
Synder’s dedicated professionals are focused, energized, and ready to help serve your spiral-wound membrane and customized system needs. Thank you for your continued support and confidence in Synder Filtration; we sincerely look forward to working with you.
Posted on May 30, 2012
Synder Filtration is pleased to announce consecutive record-breaking quarterly revenues in Q4, 2011, and Q1, 2012! Q1, 2012 earnings are up 42% compared to the same period in 2011. The tremendous growth can be attributed to an increased demand for newly developed NFX™ and NFW™ nanofiltration membranes and a growing share of UF membrane replacements in established markets.
Synder continues to support membrane process development across many industries by combining the widest possible range of polymeric ultrafiltration pore sizes along with comprehensive feasibility and pilot testing programs.
We will be expanding production capacity yet again in 2012 to beef up inventories and keep lead times and responsiveness to rush orders as fast as possible. To our valued customers, new and returning: Thank you for your continued support and confidence in Synder Filtration. We are very grateful for your business, and will continue to do our best to meet and exceed your expectations!
Posted on March 23, 2012
Our experienced sales, engineering, and business development representatives will be returning to ECOAT 2012 and the International Cheese Technology Expo next month to exhibit our flagship products and new developments. Be sure to stop by booth #344 at the Cheese Expo and visit the exhibit hall at ECOAT 2012 to learn about solutions with membrane technology. Products on display at ECOAT 2012 will include our ultrafiltration elements and tubular anode cells. Visit our booth at the Cheese Expo to learn about our revolutionary nanofiltration membranes and possibilities with the largest range of UF/MF MWCOs of any membrane manufacturer in the world. We look forward to reconnecting with our customers and meeting new industry representatives!
Posted on September 23, 2011
In an effort to meet the growing needs of our customers with the same lead times to which they are accustomed, Synder has doubled it’s membrane production capacity. By increasing our casting and rolling capacity by 100%, Synder can continue to manufacture membranes in volumes comparable to automated rolling systems while maintaining all the benefits of an exclusively hand-rolled operation. By continuing to hand roll our membranes, as we’ve done for nearly two decades, we can instantly alter our production schedule to meet urgent orders of any size to ensure our customers get what they need, when they need it.
Posted on August 29, 2011
Today, we welcome Kevin Donahue to the Synder Filtration Team. As Global Sales Manager, Kevin will be responsible for developing new membrane and equipment sales in various regions around the world. With 30 years of experience in the membrane industry, Kevin brings a wealth of knowledge in both membrane applications and business management. He will support our valued end-user customers, distributors, and agents with the same personalized commitment and expertise you’ve come to expect from Synder Filtration. With Kevin on board, we look forward to continuing the 20% average annual growth we’ve been grateful to achieve over the past five years.