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Filtration and Separation news, September 2019

Eclipse Magnetics launches automated filters

Designed for most ferrous machining applications.


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


The new design gives the cartridges the necessary strength for a minimum of 20 regeneration cycles.


The Steinle pump transfers large quantities of liquid into the empty press and small quantities at high pressure when the filter press is filled.


Designed to work in the most difficult coal dewatering applications.


The greenfield facility will produce electrodes.


Elsner Engineering Works buys the design and IP rights to SCM Slitter Inc’s element trim saw.


The new 30 000 sq ft facility is close to the company's headquarters in Telford.


The IAA motor show saw the debut of Mann+Hummel's integrated dust particle filters.


Sulzer’s VIEC can be installed in new separators or retrofitted in existing vessels.


The company says it is changing the cost equation for brine management and minimal liquid discharge.


Candidates have until 15 December to submit their applications.


The iCue service is compatible with major dust and fume collector brands.


Anow is now part of Entegris’s Microcontamination Control Division.


The funding will accelerate the commercialization of its CapCo™ Capacitive Coagulation modules and systems.


Shaorui Heavy Industries manufactures crushing and screening equipment.


The BioBooster facility will treat all domestic wastewater, which accounts for 60–70% of the factory’s wastewater.


The workshop will cover pretreatment, RO design, cleaning and troubleshooting.


Maag Pump Systems AG is realigning its branding and corporate strategy.


The project will develop new solutions and technologies within catalysis, water purification and filtration.


The membrane can be used in the processing of wine, beer and dairy, as well as in potable and wastewater treatment.


The new BIO-CEL MBR module will be on display at WEFTEC.


Dr Ben Aim will discuss how membrane separation has the potential to replace deep bed filtration.


The lines will produce high-quality needlepunched filter felts.


Inge® Multibore® UF technology will be installed.


The system maintains hygienic conditions for water intake, outflow and re-circulation in aquaculture.


Dr Marais’ keynote address will field questions such as the sustainability of our world and new frontiers of research and technology.


The new Extia portfolio offers a complete mid efficiency range.


FILTECH takes place in Cologne from 22-24 October.


BS Plastic is currently a supplier of plastic components to LiqTech.


The Dutch company specialises in industrial filtration.


SIMEI takes place from 19-22 November in Milan.


Toray, SPX Flow and our Q2 2019 Filtration Mergers & Acquisitions Review.


Filinvest-Hitachi Omni Waterworks Inc will provide water solutions across the Philippines.


Separator suitable for applications in the plastics, food and metal industries.


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Apr ’20

Trade fair for industrial technology.

Apr ’20

International event for the power generation, renewable and alternative energy and transmission and distribution, and water-related industries.

Mar ’20

Exhibition for nonwovens professionals will now take place 20–23 October 2020.

Apr ’20

Training course for professionals with an engineering or materials science degree.