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Filtration and Separation news, September 2017

Developments in the production of EGR filters

Exhaust turbochargers and low-pressure exhaust gas recirculation (LP EGR) have become the standard for diesel engines in modern passenger cars.

Finalists for Aquatech Innovation Award 2017 revealed

A line-up of 14 technologies, most of them world firsts, have been selected by from a record number of entries to this year’s award.


De.mem's recently acquired Akwa-Worx and Akwa Facility Maintenance subsidiaries have secured four contracts totalling approximately A$300,000.


With the Filtration 2017 International Conference & Exposition less than a month away, customers can now preview many of the product introductions.


Camfil AB continues to strengthen its position in the Nordic market with the acquisition of the Danish air filtration company Nomitec AS.


Ruwac USA's NA35 Series immersion separator is designed to collect metal additive manufacturing dust.


Eco-friendly single-serve compostable coffee pod wins innovation award at this year’s RISE conference.


Highly corrosive chemicals such as concentrated acids are often used in API manufacturing.


The Fluid Systems line includes multiple products engineered to serve in potable water and industrial water applications.


Kuraray is to acquire the US activated carbon manufacturer Calgon Carbon Corp in a deal valued at more than US$1.3 billion.


Eriez has launched two metal detector/magnetic separator systems which hope to protect against ferrous and nonferrous metal contamination.


Xylem commits US$1 million in contributions and volunteer time following Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, and the severe flooding in South Asia.


Filtration specialist Porvair plc has seen revenues rise 8% in the nine month period ended 31 August 2017.


Entegris Inc. has announced the availability of its Oktolex membrane technology for point-of-use photolithography applications.


Fluence Corp signs an exclusive memorandum of understanding with an African nation to design and construct an advanced water treatment plant.


De.mem Ltd is acquiring Australia's Akwa-Worx.


SAATI has developed PP2623 and V2623 filter cloths for slurry treatment.


The brake dust particulate filter from Mann+Hummel claims to reduce the emission of particulates.


Hi-line Industries has expanded its range of HBP-ZL absorption air dryers.


Entegris Inc is investing US$8.5 million expanding its Taiwan Technology Center for Research and Development in Hsinchu, Taiwan.


Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Northwestern University are collaborating on water research.


Amiad Water Systems UK has relocated to a much larger engineering facility in Llanelli, South Wales.


US Water Services Inc has acquired Tonka Water, a Plymouth, Minnesota-based supplier of municipal and industrial water treatment systems.


Amazon Filters will showcase filtration products for optimizing manufacture of bulk digital inks at the 4th Annual Ink Jet Conference.


FLSmidth is strengthening its presence in Africa with the opening of a new office in Accra, Ghana.


Alchemy Holding, LLC, Stowe Brewery located in Stowe, VT was recently awarded the Outstanding Industrial Facility Award.


The project by Jiangsu Jiuwu Hitech Co., Ltd is located in Japanese Oji Paper Co., Ltd. (OJI PAPER) in China.


GEA has unified controls for separators and decanters with the IO control generation.


Sulzer’s Chemtech division has been granted a licence covering Total’s wash tank technology for oil processing.


Merck KGaA is buying Natrix Separations Inc, the Canadian supplier of hydrogel membrane products for single-use chromatography.


Denmark’s LiqTech International Inc has secured two new orders for its systems that treat wastewater from marine scrubbers.


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ItN Nanovation AG has received a binding order worth more than €2 million to supply peripheral water treatment plants to Iran.


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