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Filtration and Separation features, January 2012

Biopharmaceuticals: New analytical column facilitates real-time pharmaceutical process monitoring

A new range of analytical columns offers fast, precise quantification of important classes of biomolecules in biomanufacturing, increasing the speed and pe

Standards and testing: Meeting standards in filter media

In this article, Anthony Bennett summarises the complexity and variation involved in defining standards for and testing of filtration systems by initially


Water is a vital resource – literally and metaphorically – for human life and for most human activity. As a resource it is largely undervalued, until it be


A €175m sanitation project in the ancient Belgian city of Namur is finally realising a 35-year-old vision for improved water quality which is making great


Oil mists can be a major problem in the modern manufacturing environment and steps need to be taken to eliminate them. Jorgen Brahm of Clean Air America In


Biogas is a new energy source that is becoming increasingly important in today‘s energy supply. It can be used to generate power or heat or as a fuel. Filt


Up and down the production line at filter manufacturing plants, adhesives are mixed, extruded and coated onto components. Given the vital role of adhesives


Lenzing Technik GmbH - the engineering business unit of the Lenzing Group - undertakes planning, installation and auditing of industrial facilities, as wel


Multiphase simulation can improve performance of oil and gas separation equipment. David Stanbridge of the Swift Technology Group explains.


The systems involved in the extraction of crude oil and natural gas from their sources are a vital industrial application for filtration and related separa


A new wastewater treatment system demonstrates performance and versatility in a growing number of installations, including municipal sewage and high streng


Water scarcity, climate change and increased global energy consumption are all having an impact on technology and investment trends and leading to the impl


Apart from the build-up of excessive heat in fluid power systems, failures as a result of contamination are at the very top of any hydraulic engineer’s lis


The food processing industry is a large user of compressed air in manufacturing processes. However, there is a need for the highest standards of purity and


Effluent should be recycled back into brewery operations with less reticence than is currently the case, according to South African wastewater specialists

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