March’s most popular filtration stories

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Atlas Copco’s new breathing air purifiers, Camfil’s air filtration at Hinkley Point C and Membrion’s funding for commercial production were the most-read stories on the Filtration+Separation website during March 2020.

1 Atlas Copco launches new breathing air purifiers

Atlas Copco’s new improved range of breathing air purifiers, the BAP(+) has a reduced footprint of 30% and reduced CO & CO² while still delivering the same flow as previous models.

2 Camfil provides air filtration for Hinkley Point C

Camfil’s air filtration technology will be delivered in three phases to Hinkley Point C, an EPR nuclear power station currently under construction in the UK, with the aim of reducing carbon emissions.

3 Membrion raises funding for commercial production

Membrion, a manufacturer of lower cost, high performance ion exchange membranes, has received more than US$9.5 million funding to begin commercial production of its silica gel ceramic membranes at its new production facility in Seattle.