Hydromaster is a water and wastewater treatment company in Asia, and we commit to develop a range of state-of-the-art membrane systems and to deliver quality, timely and cost-effective results to our clients.
The management has been involved in building many of Singapore’s sewage treatment plants with PUB Singapore , 55 MLD Bedok NEWater Factory; Jurong High Grade Industrial Water Project; one of the largest treatment plants in Malaysia and several projects in Indonesia, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam.
With over 20 years experience in treating, as well as recycling, water and wastewater treatment in Asia, our team of experts and engineers are able to provide a wide range of cost-effective solutions tailored to your requirements, be it for producing potable water, high grade industrial water, boiler feed water, industrial waste water, or sewage treatment.
We also provide our customers with on-site technical consultation; process design and process warranty; training, service and maintenance.
We engineer competitive water solutions that are simple and robust to operate to gain a significant market share in defined sectors.
We are the business, engineering and investment partner of our clients in developing new membrane based technology solutions for competitive water supply to the industrial, commercial and municipal sector.
We develop global applications with nearby test bedding with our clients through BOO/BOT or other business models. Plant sizes of 1 – 50 MLD in water, wastewater or recycling treatment are preferred.
Key management team with average 20 years engineering experience in various fields, ranging from wireline field, technology commercialization, to energy optimization.
All of Hydromaster systems are:
We develop our own technologies for manufacturing proprietary polymeric hollow fibre membranes. At the same time, we have product systems for specialized market sector, size, and business model.
As a water and wastewater treatment company committing to be environmentally friendly, we aim to minimize and/or extract value from waste streams.