Sub Engineering

Membrane technology crosses complex problems, phenomena and concepts. In a team meeting we talk about molecular bio-chemistry, problems in statics and process algorithms. To solve problems in numerous fields of engineering, we discuss multiple perspectives in an open-minded environment.

Problem Solving

Understanding the problem

Being faced with a problem should not become a too big problem itself. Problems have to be solved. But sometimes, we are not sure how to find the best solution, and we must cope with the the discussions about what the best solution is. Trained engineers know how to solve the common problems in their field. For all other problems. We solve them by routine. Problems which can't be solved easily, should be seen as opportunities to improve our relation with them.
Because people are born problem solvers, the biggest challenge is to overcome the tendency to immediately come up with a solution. The most common mistake in problem solving is trying to find a solution right away.
This is attributed to "Albert Einstein": “If I had an hour to solve a problem I'd spend 55 minutes thinking about the problem and five minutes thinking about solutions.” Einstein believed the quality of the solution we generate is in direct proportion to our ability to identify the problem we hope to solve.

Team work

We are all connected

Applied membrane technology requires teams being engaged in interdisciplinary translation


It's your ideas, not ours

When it comes to engineering, designing and manufacturing membrane systems, Messinger Engineering is an experienced specialist. Messinger Engineering built a significant portfolio of membrane systems, but is also well known for its product and process development projects. Whether in search for a redesign of a system or in need for a partner to develop an idea into a functional system, Messinger Engineering is here for your ideas.


Structure Everything

System Thinking

The engineer's mind

In engineering thinking, nothing is stationary and everything is linked. The relationships among the modules of a system give rise to a whole that cannot be understood by analyzing the parts.

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