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American Elements announced today the launch of a new product group created through the merger of several technological and manufacturing capabilities under a single sales and technical support team. The new group will operate under the trade name AE Water Treatment™.
American Elements announced today the launch of a new product group created through the merger of several technological and manufacturing capabilities under a single sales and technical support team. The new group will operate under the trade name AE Water Treatment™. The new division is discussed in more detail at http://www.americanelements.com/AEwatertreatment.html .
With the development of several novel approaches to water treatment and ground water remediation using advanced materials such as nano materials like iron nanoparticles, and certain rare earth compounds like lanthanum chloride, American Elements has enhanced the support of these unique products through the launch of a separate water treatment chemicals group. The division will also manage American Elements' line of nuclear reactor treatment chemicals and industrial flocculants.
The consolidation is intended to streamline sales and customer support of water treatment materials and combine production capabilities where possible for better efficiency. The consolidation will not result in any worker or staffing reductions.
For further technical and pricing information on AE Water Treatment™ products, please contact your local American Elements distributor or American Elements U.S. corporate headquarters at (1)310-208-0551, FAX (1)310-208-0351 or http://www.americanelements.com . American Elements is America's leading manufacturer and supplier of rare earth and other advanced material products with distribution offices in Europe, Asia and South America.
About American Elements
American Elements is the world leader in materials science know-how. The American Elements website has been a source for academic investigation and research for over a decade. Our fundamental expertise in the properties, applications, and cost-effective manufacturing of advanced and engineered materials, including ultra high purity refining (99.9999%) and nanotechnology (Mono Atomic Elements) scales Roll 33 - 24.jpg (151797 bytes)allows us to meet the informational and materials needs of national laboratories, universities, institutes and our customers in a wide variety of industry groups, including energy, electronics, aerospace, automotive, optics, and pharma/cosmetics. We offer technical information and manufactured products for over 3,000 elemental metal, metallic compound, ceramic and crystalline catalog items and numerous customer proprietary formulations from our facilities in the United States and China and offices in the U.S., Europe, Australia and Brazil. Our operations are fully staffed and equipped to bulk manufacture the advanced elements in virtually every purity and physical morphology that nature and current technology commercially allow, including the entire rare earth series, ultra high purity forms of most metals, complex single phase doped structures using either co-precipitation or calcination/re-crystallization processes, macro, meso and nanoscale powders with highly specific particle distributions, shapes and surface areas and custom grown single and polycrystalline crystal of the III-V and II-VI compounds with special orientations, purities and dopants.
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