Striking a balance between efficiency & longevity
In an industry using high power inputs, even small capacity increases can mean big savings for customers. The introduction of layering techniques is a game changer for the industry. Liquid …
Taking the technology for nanofibers to the next level
A useful illustration of the still untapped potential of nanofibers in applications such as nonwoven filter media – not to mention other markets for nonwoven such as baby diapers, 1.4 …
Shelco filters completes expansion
In order to meet increased demand for its ultra-premium MicroVantage line of filters and cartridges, Shelco Filters has expanded its manufacturing facility by more than 20,000 square feet. The expansion, …
Pore size characterization of filtration materials
By Stephen Hubbard, Product Manager, Quantachrome Instrumentation
Due to their overall versatility of design and simplicity of operation, physical separations made by filtration media are becoming more and more attractive. Developing new materials for these applications requires ever evolving characterization techniques to best assess the properties of new and existing materials that equate to filter performance.
Flexible mini pleat manufacturing lines
Environmental and regulatory requirements for indoor air quality have led to an increase in the requirement of air filtration products, which has lead to an increase in sales of air filters. One of the effects of the increase is the use of mini pleat pack filters to improve indoor air quality.