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Research & Development features, July 2021

The raspberry particles serve as spreading aids and structure forming agents.


Exploring the gap between academic research and industrial applications.


NX Filtration's direct nanofiltration membranes seek to offer strong advantages to meet the challenges of water scarcity.


Investigating indoor virus concentration and operational cost of an HVAC system for two mitigation strategies.


Pore size is tuned by applying mechanical strain to the stretchable superhydrophobic membrane.


The separation performance of thin film composite (TFC) membranes is critically affected by their substrates.


The current limitations of 3D printing for water desalination and how these barriers could be addressed.


An estimate of protection afforded by existing US building stock, including deposition, penetration, filtration, and building operation data.


WEFTEC 2021 has been taking place in Chicago this week.


One of the biggest environmental concerns of today is microplastics. FILTECH 2022 aims to increase our knowledge of this issue.


Phase inversion processes represent the most widely used manufacturing technique for polymeric membranes.


A review highlighting the key principles, developments and applications of depth filtration systems.


Inspired by diatoms and aquaporin proteins, Aquammodate’s selective technology produces pure water in a single filter pass and desalination at any scale.


Sand-based granular beds are an efficient and inexpensive way to filter liquid aerosols.


Study indicates it is possible to use discarded RO membranes in FO technology for wastewater treatment after adequate treatment procedures.


A novel nanofiber interpenetrating composite membrane for CO2/N2 separation.


This article examines how measurement, monitoring, and control in industrial equipment can ensure sustained performance.


The Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in increased demand for air filtration based personal protective equipment.


A review of recent developments and research trends in MD membranes.


Lignin dissolved in NaOH solution can be coated on different substrates to improve surface hydrophilicity.


Membrane technology offers great potential in saline wastewater treatment due to its high permeate quality, flexibility, and desalination capability.


Experts at the forthcoming FiltXPO discuss how nonwoven filtration media can help society better conserve, reuse and reclaim this precious resource.


Advances in smart process monitoring and control also highlighted.


Challenges and future opportunities in materials design and fabrication.


A review of the current state of osmosis-assisted processes using forward osmosis.


Microplastic (10-90 μm) removal was studied during drinking water treatment.


Nanoparticle retention was evaluated for a range of commercial 0.2 μm sterile filters.

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Mar ’22

International filtration/separation exhibition and technical conference.


NX Filtration's direct nanofiltration membranes seek to offer strong advantages to meet the challenges of water scarcity.


Overview of recent developments in microfiltration and ultrafiltration of fruit juices published in Food and Bioproducts Processing journal.


Through the joint test project, SNWA will evaluate the capabilities of Xylem's Water Network Optimization solution.


The GKD Group enjoyed a very well attended stand on all four days at the INDEX exhibition in Geneva.

What’s coming up in research & development…
Mar ’22

Jan ’22

Platform to share ideas and showcase HVACR technology.

Mar ’22

Exhibition and conference presenting new solutions and technologies for the industry.

Feb ’22

Symposium and exhibition for the nonwovens industry in the Middle-East and North Africa Region.

Feb ’22

The latest achievements in the science and technology of desalination.