The assembled highly hydrophobic hollow fibre membrane modules in a TS-30™ Minimum Liquid Discharge (MLD) system. Photo: Memsift Innovations Pte Ltd, Singapore.
The assembled highly hydrophobic hollow fibre membrane modules in a TS-30™ Minimum Liquid Discharge (MLD) system. Photo: Memsift Innovations Pte Ltd, Singapore.

Memsift’s first commercial EPC contract, SPX Flow’s plans to sell its Power and Energy business and Eaton’s automatic self-cleaning strainer were the most popular news stories on the Filtration+Separation website in July.

1. Singapore start-up Memsift wins first commercial EPC contract

Memsift Innovations Pte Ltd, a Singapore-based technology start-up, has secured its first commercial engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contract.

2. SPX Flow initiates sale of Power and Energy business

SPX Flow Inc has announced plans to narrow its strategic focus on process solutions and divest its Power and Energy business.

3. Eaton shows that one filter is better than three

When a pipe manufacturer in China was looking to reduce contamination in recycled process water, Eaton’s automatic self-cleaning strainer reduced total cost of production due to reliable, continuous and nearly maintenance-free filtration process resulting in 20% less water consumption.