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Chemicals features, January 2009

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ACHEMA is the world forum for the process industries. The city of Frankfurt hosts ACHEMA – the largest international meeting for the process industries, en

 
Membrane separation processes in the bulk chemicals industry

As membranes become more common in every aspect of the filtration industry, Ken Sutherland examines the bulk chemicals and petrochemicals industrial sector

 

The production processes for beverages demand that the final result is a drink that meets the expectations of customers, both visually and gastronomically.

 

Until recently the nuclear industry in the United States and parts of Western Europe has been dormant or in decline. At the same time, nuclear capacity has

 

Dr Graham Rideal, founder and senior scientist of Whitehouse Scientific, explains the importance of a correctly calibrated filter when involved in oil prod

 

A long with black coal, natural gas and nuclear power, one of the most important sources of energy is brown coal. But one of its by-products, gypsum, has t

 

Lyco Manufacturing was called upon to create a screening system to deal with the troublesome organic contaminants that are released as a result of turkey p

 

A major food company was experiencing screen blockage problems when filtering rapeseed oil for biodiesel production. It decided to purchase a Self-Cleaning

 

Producing fuel ethanol can be expensive, but with the right technology a company can reduce costs and save energy. A designer and manufacturer of gas separ

 
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Until recently the nuclear industry in the United States and parts of Western Europe has been dormant or in decline. At the same time, nuclear capacity has