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Air & Gas Filtration

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Despite COVID challenges, filtration & separation industry joins for successful convention in Shanghai

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Considerations in particle counter and PM2.5, PM10 measurements

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When filtration gets heated – considering hot gas applications

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CIFSE 2020 Exhibition Hall

The 8th Filtration & Separation Asia (FSA) and the 11th China International Filtration & Separation Exhibition (CIFSE) was held December 9-11, 2020, in Shanghai, with industry players joining to represent the filtration and separation industry as the world continues to struggle with the impacts of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. Exhibitors & visitors The FSA + …

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Particle Counter Figure 1

There has been increasing interest in specifying the efficiency of ventilation filters at PM2.5 and PM10. PM is a statutory measure of outdoor air quality determined according to strictly specified procedures, or their approved equivalents. In this paper, an attempt is made to relate the measured differences to published theoretical comparison for single particles. The …

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Power generation is one of the primary applications for hot-gas filtration

Hot gas filtration is a process utilized to remove particulate in high temperature gas streams. Depending on the process, the temperature ranges can very between 250 C to 1,000 C. The lower range can be serviced by synthetic fabric filters in the form of a bag and cage or pleated elements, whereas higher temperatures require …

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Coronavirus

In light of the recent coronavirus pandemic, it seems there is opportunity for technology development in the area of filtration to protect against the spread of airborne viruses. While there is some debate about how viable COVID-19 is as an airborne threat, the shortage of facemasks and supply chain challenges in acquiring needed raw materials …

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Big Box Store with laminar flow from ceiling to floor.

At the time of this writing, the CDC predicts 135,000 deaths in the U.S. from COVID-19. McIlvaine has calculated the cost in terms of life quality reduction for those sickened, as well as those dying, plus healthcare costs at $58 million per death. The result is a $7.8 trillion cost, not including lost economic activity. …

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