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Basic Research

Basic Research

GRANDER® always observes relevant developments in the field of water research closely to stay up to date with the latest findings in the field. International researchers are invited to collaborate in or discuss selected projects.


Findings from the third pillar are used to further develop the first and second pillars. Overall, the ‘Watertight’ concept strives for the highest degree of objectivity (intersubjective verifiability) possible, which is why the concept is based on three pillars. Every new finding is a building block based on which existing knowledge is revisited.

WETSUS

WETSUS is a European center of excellence for sustainable water technology and facilitates trendsetting know-how development. WETSUS creates a unique environment and offers strategic cooperation to foster the development of profitable and sustainable state-of-the-art water treatment technology.
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IPF – Research at GRANDER®

IPF GmbH was founded in 1992, and is situated in Jochberg, Tyrol, like all other GRANDER® companies. The enterprise conducts research for GRANDER®, guided by head of research, Johannes Larch. Georg Huber and Heribert Grander are the managing directors.
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Applied Water Physics

‘Water is undoubtedly the most important chemical substance of this world. Despite this, and in spite of the fact that it is practically ubiquitous, it still represents one of the best explored and yet least understood substances. When looking deeper into the field, it turns out that there is much special but little general knowledge.
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Revitalization Medium versus Information Water

The following article explores the historic development of the terminology and definitions of GRANDER® water revitalization, e.g. regarding the revitalization medium (previously often referred to as ‘information water’) as a process factor.
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PROF. DR. IR. CEES BUISMAN

Cees Buisman is Scientific Director at Wetsus and Professor for Biological Recovery and Reuse Technology. He was appointed professor at Wageningen University (NL) in the Environmental Technology department, where he works on biological reuse and recovery technologies.
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Water Symposium – Research and Speakers

To celebrate its 40th business anniversary, GRANDER® hosted the Water Symposium 4.0 in Kitzbühel on 7 September 2019. Intriguing lectures addressed the state of the art in water research and opened up new perspectives to the visitors.
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