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Research & Development

International Filtration News provides ongoing coverage of filtration technology research and development. Visit filtnews.com regularly to stay on top of the latest filtration R&D.

Overcoming the Gordian knot of the water, energy, CO2 nexus

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In the trends of today, we see the future of filtration

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MANN+HUMMEL aims for ‘Leadership in Filtration’

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Water Energy Nexus

This is the first in what will be a recurring column in IFN called “Moon Shots,” highlighting calls for innovation and new ways of thinking in the filtration industry. If you would like to pitch your “Moon Shot” idea for publication in an upcoming issue of IFN, please contact Matt Migliore at mmigliore@inda.media or +1 …

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Fuel economy, horse power and weight changes since 1975

This is Part II 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 I in this series, “Elements align for a filtration boom,” appeared in Issue 4 of IFN (pages 21-23) and can be found at …

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Kurk Wilks, President & CEO MANN+HUMMEL Group

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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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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