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King Lee Celebrates Its

40th Anniversary! 

With the start of 2017, we would like to thank all our customers and distributors who are part of the movement to maximize productivity and minimize waste. We are proud to support your business and we will continue to do so!


King Lee Launches iWaterPRO™ Website

Check out our new and improved site! With added information, training videos, and FAQ at IWATERPRO.COM.



NuTreat™-1700 is a highly effective polymer-based antiscalant and dispersant specifically formulated for control of precipitation in high TDS waters, including RO/NF brine or concentrate streams. This product can be used to control scale formation over a wide range of feed conditions. NuTreat™-1700 also acts as a dispersant to minimize deposition of existing particles. It can be used in conjunction with phosphonate-based pretreatment chemicals

Use of this product is recommended for reducing the operating and capital costs of reverse osmosis, nanofiltration, and ultrafiltration systems. Learn more here.



The WQA Convention & Exposition

Join King Lee Technologies at the WQA
Convention & Exposition in Orlando, FL from March 28-31, 2017.

Booth 1246


King Lee Sponsors Reverse Osmosis
Workshops in Texas 3/28 and 3/30!

Come visit us in Texas on March 28th and 30th for two reverse osmosis workshops held by the South Central Membrane Association (SCMA). We look forward to seeing you there!

If you would like to see King Lee at a conference or workshop in your area, contact us here.


Thank You!

Thank you to all that attended and thank you to all that visited our booth at MTC17 and King Lee Technologies' After Party during MTC17 at Congregation Ale House in Long Beach.
View our MTC17 slide show here!
King Lee Technologies celebrated this years Membrane Technology conference with beer, snacks, and giveaways! Thank you to our partners and clients who came to enjoy the festivities. If you would like a happy hour hosted in your area let us know by email or phone and we can schedule it!


King Lee Tours The Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant! 

Terminal Island Water Reclamation Plant (TIWRP) is located approximately 20 miles south of downtown Los Angeles and was built in 1935 to service the Harbor Area in the City of Los Angeles. The plant has the capability to provide high quality tertiary treatment for up to 30 million gallons of municipal and industrial flows daily.

This project helped create the Advanced Water Purification Facility (AWPF). The AWPF produces extensively treated, high-quality water which can be used as a potable water replacement in industrial and environmental applications. This has lessened the impact on imported drinking water from the Eastern Sierra, Northern California and the Colorado River while protecting water quality in local wells. Under current conditions, our AWPF is able to produce six MGD of purified water.

The plant is involved in various projects to expand and better the City’s handling of biosolids and recycled water. We invite you to learn more about their plant and ongoing efforts to improve the plant’s efficiency and processes. 


King Lee Technologies Boldly Goes

Where No One Has Gone Before


40 years ago, a young and determined Craig Netwig started on the journey of trying to develop proprietary chemicals for reverse osmosis membranes. "It all started looking at the food grade additives by scoping ingredients at the grocery store, I just kept trying different formulations until I got the ones that worked" says Craig.

A leader in the industry, Craig Netwig soon founded King Lee Chemical Company, now King Lee Technologies, and has met many challenges and opportunities on the way. But his motto is "Never give up!" This determined spirit follows him now with daily emails of inspirational quotes he sends his team.

Now 40 years later, things look even brighter with developments such as the release of, King Lee's state of the art diagnostic tool, and several new employees with a fresh approach. "I look at this industry and I see so much potential for cutting edge technology" explains Craig. King Lee Technologies will continue to be pushing that edge of the reverse osmosis industry, just as it always has been.


What Is Depth Filtration?

Depth filtration is the process of filtering through a depth of media. These filters are commonly used when the fluid to be filtered contains a high level of particles because, relative to other types of filters, they can retain a large mass of particles before becoming clogged. True depth filter cartridges retain a wide range of different sized particles throughout an entire cross section of the filter. With ongoing advances in process technologies depth filter designs are continuously adapting and improving to meet the needs of industry.

King Lee Technologies carries a full line up of the highest quality melt blown cartridges available today with true depth filtration technology. Our cartridges are FDA compliant with thermally welded end caps and are 100% polypropylene or nylon materials manufactured to NSF/ANSI 61 standards & NSF/ANSI 42 standards for component.   


Membrane Replacement Training

Rick May and Jeff Johnson help a Southern California water treatment plant replace membranes in this training video. Watch and learn how to replace membranes with our step-by-step training video. Contact us if you would like to host a training!
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