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LUM's single particle optical counter LUMiSpoc.

LUM GmbH introduced a new measuring instrument for particle size distribution and concentration, the LUMiSpoc. An advanced single particle scattered light photometer, the LUMiSpoc measures the size distribution and concentration using a laser beam. Powered by Single Particle Light-Scattering (SPLS) Technology, it records light scattered into different directions from individual nano- and micro-particles passing the …

ANDRITZ Metris addIQ control system

ANDRITZ Metris addIQ control system is now available for fully automatic operations, as well as continuous online monitoring and process optimization. A filter press with the Metris addIQ control system is able to measure the residual moisture level in a cake via sensors in the filter plate throughout the filtration cycle, allowing filtration to be …

GKD high-tech meshes

GEBR. KUFFERATH AG (GKD) FILTECH presentation focused on its integrated range of filtration products.  The centerpiece of GKD’s FILTECH showcase was its Optimized Dutch Weaves technology, with a woven geometric pore opening of 5 µm; an unparalleled Porometric mesh range; and its Trimetric filter media, made of high-performance filter media laminate for hot gas filtration, …

Kaner's hydrophobic PTFE membrane filter cartridges.

Kaner announced its Kan-I TLK series filter cartridges, which utilize hydrophobic polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) membrane to prevent water retention, microbial growth and minimize blockage. According to Kaner, the TLK series filter cartridges have high structural strength and corrosion, oxidation and organic solvent resistances to filter a variety of corrosive fluids at a high flow rate. The …

Fraunhofer ITWM provides simulation solutions for filter applications

Fraunhofer has developed a method to predict filtration properties based on three-dimensional models of the filter media and process. Using both GeoDict software, continuously developed since 2001, and the Filter Element Simulation Toolbox (FiltEST), Fraunhofer is able to simulate a filtration process at both a micro- and macro-scale. GeoDict software predicts filtration properties of the …