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  • 3D printed filter prevents bacteria build up
    Croft Additive Manufacturing (CAM) has used additive manufacturing (AM) to create a filter that prevents the accumulation of bacteria, making it suitable for use within the pharmaceutical or food and drink industries.
  • Cigarettes could remove arsenic from water
    Scientists have developed a way of using discarded cigarette ashes to remove arsenic from drinking water.
  • SPX to spin off Flow business
    SPX Corp’s board of directors has approved a plan to spin-off its Flow business into a new standalone, publicly traded company.
  • Nanofiltration could solve US water crisis
    Research undertaken by the UH Cullen College of Engineering could help improve surface and groundwater supplies in the US by improving nanofiltration methods for eliminating contaminants.
  • Filter reduces disease in pigs
    Pig and poultry specialist Big Dutchman has developed a fresh air filter which can significantly reduce the risk of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS) infection.
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Blogs

  • LAFF out loud for good sales practice
    Posted by Alan Burrows • 08 October 2014
    Dave Brockway writes: This past summer it became obvious that it was time to replace 13 rotting windows in my house. Four companies came out to assess my situation and submit a quote. All the sales r...
    tags: Intelliquip, Selling, Advise + quote, Customer’s problems , Sales rep
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  • 2013 in review: filtration mergers & acquisitions
    Posted by Roisin Reidy • 03 January 2014
    2013 was yet another year of consolidation for the filtration and separaton sector. Here we list 12 acquisitions that took place within filtration and separation during 2013 – one for each month...
    tags: filtration, separation, mergers, acquisitions
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  • From the sewer to the glass – how did we get here?
    Posted by Alan Burrows • 16 December 2013
    Content was written by Amanda Hill, content manager for Commercial Industrial Supply. The idea of reusing wastewater is not a new one. For decades governments and environmentalists have been pushing ...
    tags: Commercial Industrial Supply., irrigation, bacteria, microfiber, UV treatments, wastewater
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  • GUEST BLOG: Mechanics of oil filtration
    Posted by Mark Holmes • 04 September 2013
    By Andrew Gooch of Filter Supermarket Filtration, in a general sense, can be defined as an operation with the aim of separating solids from fluids. It achieves this by a process of interposing a medi...
    tags: Filtration, Oil filter, Contaminants, Engine
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  • Filtration and the chemicals industry
    Posted by Mark Holmes • 02 May 2013
      Filtration and separation equipment in the fine and bulk chemicals industries often has to achieve fine filtration in very hazardous and aggressive environments. This may be in terms of th...
    tags: chemicals, fine chemicals, bulk chemicals, pharmaceuticals, filtration, separation
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Features

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Downloads

  • Evaluating the impact of chemical waste: How safety and the bottom line can both benefit
    This paper demonstrates that it is possible to reduce chemical costs by identifying and limiting the wastes found in dispensing, storage and application. Reducing these hidden costs will also improve productivity and health and safety in the workplace.
  • Waste & Hazard Walk Workbook
    The Waste & Hazard Walk is a systematic facility tour which looks for ways to improve productivity and safety, with a specific focus on industrial supplies and personal protective equipment (PPE). This free download outlines how your company could benefit from a Waste & Hazard Walk.
  • Eastman develops Cyphrex technology for filtration needs
    Earlier this year Eastman Chemical Company launched Cyphrex microfibres. Mark Holmes talks to Eastman’s Fred Dulin about the wide range of possibilities that these microfibres will bring to the filtration market by fine-tuning the fibres to meet specific end-use applications.
  • Separation activities within the power generation sector
    Ken Sutherland reviews the applications for filtration and related separation equipment in the generation equipment in the generation of electrical power, for the large scale power supply utilities and dedicated industrial users. But what is the enviornmental impact?
  • Filtration & separation in the diverse fine chemical sectors
    Anthony Bennett investigates the use of filtration and separation technology in the fine chemical sectors, including the pharmaceutical and biotechnical chemical industries.
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