Movers & Shakers – June 2022: Westinghouse creates and installs industry’s first 3D-printed fuel debris filter for nuclear power plants

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Movers & Shakers – April 2022: DuPont™ OxyMem™ Membrane Aerated Biofilm Reactor (MABR) technology helps expand capacity in China

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Elsner Engineering continues to look for opportunities to drive efficiencies in filter manufacturing

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Westinghouse's StrongHold® AM 3D-printed nuclear fuel debris filter

In the dynamic and global filtration industry, news and information is breaking on a daily basis. International Filtration News is tracking stories relevant to our industry from air and gas filtration to liquid filtration and the various end-uses for filtration technology. Here we will post news stories relevant to filtration and its downstream applications on …

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In a paper published in Nature Communications, researchers describe a new structure found in an aqueous solution of an amphiphilic copolymer, called a bilayer-folded lamellar mesophase, that has been discovered through a random copolymer sequence.  “A new mesophase is an important discovery as it shows a new way for molecules to self-organize,” said Professor Myungeun …

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Air-Clenz Systems'™ seat-based ventilation approach in aircraft can significantly lower the transmission of airborne viral and bacterial infections, including COVID-19.

Air-Clenz Systems™ (Air-Clenz™) announced that independent research conducted by the University of New Mexico’s Department of Mechanical Engineering concluded that a seat-based ventilation approach in aircraft can significantly lower the transmission of airborne viral and bacterial infections, including COVID-19. The research modeled more than 300,000 exhaled particles and showed that the Air-Clenz™ seat-based, air-purification system …

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North Carolina State University researchers found they could filter carbon dioxide from air and gas mixtures at promising rates using a proposed new textile-based filter that combines cotton fabric and an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase – one of nature’s tools for speeding chemical reactions. The findings from initial laboratory testing represent a step forward in …

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ELSNER’s range of automation solutions support applications ranging from PPE to wipes to spiral-wound membrane filters.

Your machinery and your people are two of your biggest costs, and manufacturers are looking to automated solutions for more resilience to disruption in the future. ELSNER has developed automated solutions for products such as spiral-wound filters, canister wipes and surgical drapes. As a result, our customers are saving time, money and, most importantly, maintaining …

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