Graphene is the world’s first two-dimensional material and it is one million times thinner than a human hair.
Graphene is the world’s first two-dimensional material and it is one million times thinner than a human hair.
CeraMem membrane and module.
CeraMem membrane and module.

A graphene water filter that turns whisky clear, CTI-Orelis’s acquisition of Veolia Water Technologies’ CeraMem assets and a record breaking marine scrubber were the most popular stories on the Filtration+Separation website in November.

1. Graphene water filter turns whisky clear

New research from a team led by Professor Rahul Nair at the National Graphene Institute and School of Chemical Engineering and Analytical Science at The University of Manchester.

2. CTI-Orelis expands in North America with CeraMem acquisition

French membrane separation technology company CTI-Orelis has acquired Veolia Water Technologies’ CeraMem assets.

3. Record breaking marine scrubber installed on ship

A shipping company has twenty vessels with SOx scrubbers provided by Alfa Laval, plus considerable insight when it comes to working with them.

Roland Hoogeveen, Technical Support Engineer at Spliethoff, controls the Alfa Laval PureSOx.
Roland Hoogeveen, Technical Support Engineer at Spliethoff, controls the Alfa Laval PureSOx.