AMS have a long tradition with internal and external rotary screens, for liquid / solid removal.
AMS rotary screens handle the most challenging fluid streams, with their ability to perform at high flow rates and high solid loadings.
Simple, efficient, robust and dependable, for years of trouble free running.
Food and Beverage
Pharmaceutical and Chemical
Water and Wastewater
Metal Injection Moulding
Injection Moulding Tooling
Flexible Run Size
Working together with the Deakin and Victoria Universities, we are developing new and exciting membrane technology to extend and enhance our current membrane capabilities. Next-generation membranes are expected to be ready for commercialisation in the next three to five years.
These membranes may include features such as metallic micro-filtration combined with ion exchange, woven titanium membranes for nano-filtration, anti-microbial membranes and adsorbing membranes.
We are working together with the University of Queensland and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology to develop high quality, economical Titanium powder with a smaller carbon footprint than current technologies have.
We are also working on adapting various Advanced Manufacturing Material technologies to utilise this powder to manufacture high quality Titanium components and filtration membrane.
In another project with the Victoria and Deakin Universities we are exploring ways to reduce our DuraSter membrane pore size. We are working towards a fully sintered metallic, hollow-fiber ultrafiltration membrane to complement our existing micro-filtration capillary membrane. This will allow us to make virus-barrier filters while maintaining the advantages, such as durability, ease of use, longevity, process, pH and product compatibility of our unique metallic membranes.
First commercial trials of virus-barrier membrane are expected in 2015.
We are working together with the University of Queensland and the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology to develop an eco-friendly approach to the manufacture of high performance, low cost powder metallurgy components. This new technology involves using microwaves for the sintering of MIM and pressed powder components.
We are actively seeking partners in Government, NGO and other sectors to establish programs to both donate a lifetime of safer drinking water and establish micro-entrepreneurial ventures to cost-effectlvely and sustainably sell safer drinking water using filters made with our DuraSter membrane.