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MASAR Technologies, Inc.
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Actively seeking partnership with a progressive and innovative water desalination technology company, a world-class membrane research entity, an IWPP developer, a desalination plant control & instrumentation company or a water technology-focused venture capitalist/investor to acquire, sub-license (exclusively or semi-exclusively) our innovative, real-time, early-warning and universally-applicable SMART (Silent Membrane Alarm in Real Time) technology and MASAR® (Membrane Alarm System & Automated Reporter) expert software solutions for monitoring, evaluating, troubleshooting and optimizing the operational efficiency, energy consumption, true performance characteristics and cost-effectiveness, as well as the early detection, measurement, monitoring and effective management of membrane fouling and scaling in water desalination and filtration plants utilizing RO, NF, UF and MF processes. Interested parties please email me at smart@masar.com to initiate discussions on potential partnership and agreement.

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Get your CD copy of the MASAR Training Course held in San Diego, California, USA, on August 30, 2015. The advanced and specialized membrane desalination technology training course offers independent, user-minded and fresh perspectives on effective management of key aspects of UF & SWRO plant operations, membrane fouling and O&M cost management, based on hands-on and field experience of over 32 years worldwide, mostly in the UAE, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Malta and the United States. It will train participants on how to effectively manage membrane fouling via innovative real-time and early detection, monitoring and resolution tools, such as the unique Permeability Monitor for UF/MF systems and the Fouling Monitor for SWRO/NF systems, before the plant starts to suffer irreversibly or undergo massive and unscheduled cleaning cycles, maintenance shutdowns, membrane replacements and losses in productivity, quality and overall cost effectiveness of desalinated water. The course's presentations, real plant case studies and discussions reflect this enormous and unique combination of technical expertise, practical experience and on-site training of plant and business managers, engineers, supervisors, operators and technicians since 1983. 

For more information, please go to www.masartraining.com or contact me at training@masar.com.

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