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About

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HYDROHM is established in 2020, as a spin-off company of Ghent University. We build on years of experience in research and development, and bring together the latest innovations in electrochemical engineering.

We believe in the electrification of water treatment as an opportunity to shift towards more local and sustainable water systems, with an increased focus on quality and health. Instead of dosing chemicals to treat water, electrochemical technologies use electricity, which is a renewable and traceless input, that can be generated or connected to anywhere.

  • Driven by electricity. Renewable and economic
  • No added chemicals. Avoid safety risks and residues
  • Local water treatment. Higher water efficiency at your site
  • Enhanced process control. Maximize quality, minimize cost

Team

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Korneel Rabaey

PhD, engineer
Technology and Technical sales

With over 20 years of experience in electrification and biotechnology, Korneel has developed a range of technologies for water treatment. He is professor at Ghent University and CTO of CAPTURE.

Jolien De Paepe

PhD, engineer
Research and Development

As a specialist in closed loop systems and electrochemical water treatment systems, Jolien leads the technical development of Hydrohm’s portfolio.

Pieter Naert

PhD, engineer
Engineering and Operations

With his background in chemical engineering and training in business management, Pieter focuses on engineering and scale-up of electrochemical systems, and manages daily operations.

News

Start of the Electrodis project:
chemical-free membrane technology for water purification and reuse

Hydrohm will work together with Ekopak in the framework of Electrodis, an open-call project by Vlakwa (Vlaams Kenniscentrum Water) and POM West-Vlaanderen. Electrodis aims to replace the use of chemicals for the cleaning and protection of water treatment membranes, by on-site electrochemical upgrading of RO-concentrate, which is currently a waste stream.

More information can be found on the VLAKWA website.

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