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Tapflo Croatia will handle the Croatian and Slovenian markets.

 
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The 0.8 mm filter has a particle retention of 1.0 micron.

 
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Range now includes solutions for the food and beverage, pharmaceutical and chemical sectors.

 
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The high intensity magnetic field allows even sub-micron sized ferrous metal and paramagnetic contamination to be removed.

 
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For use in sterile applications within water, chemical, pharmaceutical and food and beverage manufacturing.

 
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The order includes high-speed separators.

 
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Here’s how one US beer producer deployed Tsurumi aerators to treat and recycle its wastewater to minimize the ecological impact.

 
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A US distillery was looking to dispose of its grain slurry waste, but the watery mixture was heavy and difficult to transport.

 
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A brief look at the EPLAN suite of software solutions for computer aided engineering and how it can improve design and production capabilities .

 
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An onshore fish farm in Norway has introduced a new type of filter media to reduce the size of the MBBR required in its water treatment process.

 
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The KDS system aims to solve environmental and disposal issues for sludge and solids using a more hygienic and cost-effective process.

 
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A South African food-processing company is using plates made of the low-friction, high-compressive strength polymer known as Vesconite Hilube.

 
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Key requirements and current development trends for membranes and separators for the vanadium redox flow battery are discussed.

 
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For food industry applications and the pharmaceutical sector.

 
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The technology uses recycled PET carpet and plastic bottles to produce nonwovens such as filtration and acoustical products.

 
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The upgraded Choa Chu Kang Waterworks (CCKWW) is home to the world’s largest ceramic membrane system.

 
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Designed for most ferrous machining applications.

 

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