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Air & Gas Filtration

International Filtration News provides ongoing coverage of air & gas filtration applications and technology. Visit filtnews.com regularly to stay on top of the latest insights, issues and innovations in air & gas filtration.

Core applications and drivers in the North American air filtration market

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Aviation is opening up again – how can filtration help re-start the industry while continuing to protect the environment?

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Electrospun nanofibrous filters for mitigating viral aerosols

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Air filtration nonwoven material consumption, 2019

This is the second part of a three-part series in International Filtration News, providing a high-level view of the overall filtration market, drivers and size. You can find Part I of this series in Issue 4 of IFN or online at bit.ly/vastfiltermarket-partI. Here we take a deeper look at the air filtration market, with Part …

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Facemask fiber arrangements

With COVID-19 having an impact worldwide, International Filtration News is tracking stories relevant to the filtration industry. Filtration media for facemasks and respirators are at the forefront of the COVID-19 response effort, and meeting the demand for these types of filter media is proving to be a challenge. As manufacturers of filter media and others …

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Adaptive Environmental Control Systems (AECS)

The adoption of state-of-the-art filtration systems can work to reduce carbon emissions from aircraft, improve safety and comfort for passengers and ultimately support the aviation industry in meeting its environmental goals. The coronavirus pandemic will stay front and center in our collective mind for years to come, and so will the memories of one of …

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Figure 1. Photos and scanning electron microscope (SEM) images of all the membrane samples investigated in this study.

Under the guidance of Prof. Danmeng Shuai and Prof. Yun Shen, Hongchen Shen and Zhe Zhou are working on their Ph.D. studies within the School of Engineering & Applied Science/Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering at The George Washington University. Their work is focused on leveraging nanotechnology for controlling environmental pathogens. Currently, they are carrying …

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Elements water, soil fire, air

This is Part I in a two-part series highlighting mega trends that are paving the way for significant growth in filtration applications and technology now and in the years to come. Part II in the series will appear in Issue 5 2021 of IFN.  There have been many articles and exciting talks about the positive …

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