Erik Roesink, general manager at NX Filtration, welcomes representatives from Grundfos and Novozymes.
Erik Roesink, general manager at NX Filtration, welcomes representatives from Grundfos and Novozymes.

Integrating enzymes into membrane technology, Camfil’s virtual reality experience and Mann+Hummel's Filter Cubes were the most popular stories on the Filtration+Separation website in February.

1. Enzymes enhance water filtration

When a Dutch filtration specialist used the HelloScience platform to submit his ideas about integrating enzymes into membrane technology, he caught the attention of water and biotech experts. The resulting collaboration could see a sustainable solution to remove micro-pollutants from water streams.

2. Camfil offers virtual reality experience

Camfil has launched a virtual reality experience to help its customers understand the benefits and correct usage of air filtration.

3. Mann+Hummel technology reduces NO2 pollution

Mann+Hummel has extended its Filter Cubes technology to integrate a newly developed combifilter medium. It includes a filter layer that retains particles and additional activated carbon layers to adsorb NO2. This process uses highly porous activated carbon media which, due to the large surface area, can efficiently absorb NO2.