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MANN+HUMMEL aims for ‘Leadership in Filtration’

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Student Spotlight: Leveraging membrane filtration to unleash the potential of Copper-67

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Rising awareness of environmental and health concerns drives demand for filtration

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Kurk Wilks

MANN+HUMMEL, a leading global expert in filtration, was founded in 1941 as a family owned company and has remained so to this day. The company, headquartered in Ludwigsburg, Germany, develops filtration solutions for automobiles, industrial applications, clean indoor air in industry and public spaces, and the sustainable use of water. More than 20,000 employees at …

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Maura Sepesy is a third year graduate student at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), where she is pursuing a Ph.D. in chemical engineering. She works with Dr. Christine Duval researching membrane adsorbers for medical isotope purification. Sepesy’s previous career at Lubrizol researching novel separation materials inspired her to continue her education in this area. This …

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digital sensor environment

The $40 billion global filtration market is forecast to grow 4% per year through 2022. Fluid filters have favorable growth prospects because of increasing concerns about pollution; the introduction of new, state-of-the-art filtration technologies; the expansion of public infrastructures around the world; and increasing consumer interest in a wide range of filtration products. The adoption …

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Aerosol contaminants with and without barrier curtain

The interior of an airplane is perhaps one of the safest places to be when it comes to avoiding contamination from a virus like COVID-19. This is one of the surprising findings arising from detailed studies of recent so-called “super spreader” events in combination with computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modeling. Together, they highlight the need …

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Schematic of a U(VI) selective membrane adsorber

Priyanka Suresh has always been passionate about clean water and clean energy availability. She received her undergraduate degree in Petroleum Engineering at Anna University in India. As an undergraduate, she was involved in research projects focusing on the removal of textile dyes and pharmaceutical wastes from water using graphene-oxide doped nanoparticles. This inspired her to …

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