September’s top filtration stories

Suez’s new ZeeWeed UF rackless membrane system, CustoMem’s adsorbent at WEFTEC and GEA’s decanter technology were the most popular articles on the Filtration+Separation website in September.

1. Suez announces new UF rackless membrane system

Suez Water Technologies & Solutions has launched the ZeeWeed 700B-RMS, its new ultrafiltration (UF) rackless membrane system for industrial and municipal applications.

2. CustoMem adsorbent captures PFAS from wastewater

CustoMem has developed a novel bio-based adsorbent material that can selectively capture micropollutants including pesticides, pharmaceuticals and high-performance chemicals like per and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS) from wastewater. The company is exhibiting at WEFTEC 2018 in the Innovations Pavilion.

3. GEA's decanter technology increases fruit juice yield

High-efficiency decanter technology provided the reliability needed to help manufacturers maintain productivity and quality.