Tag: filtration

Celeros FT to sell its Filtration business unit to Px3

Celeros Flow Technology (Celeros FT) has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its Filtration business unit to Px3 Partners (Px3). Under the terms of...

Celeros Flow Tech sells filtration business

Celeros Flow Technology has entered into a definitive agreement to sell its filtration business unit to London headquartered private equity firm, Px3 Partners. The...

ISSF republish a paper on Stainless Steel in Filtration

The International Stainless Steel Forum has republished its document on Stainless Steel in Filtration. A wide panorama of stainless steel usage in filtration applications is available ranging from the oil and gas industry, water applications, filtration of air, filtration in food and beverage and automotive applications.

Mott Corp. exhibit at Semicon West 2007

Mott Corporation will be exhibiting at Semicon West 2007 (July 17-19) in San Francisco.

Stainless compatibility

American Sensor Technologies Inc. (AST) has developed a solid state pressure switch for the measurement of gases and liquids compatible with stainless steel.

Filtering out cheesy pollution

A potential pollution problem concerning the final effluent from a UK cheese-making plant has been averted by the installation of a filtration system using Cross "zero gravity" stainless steel coils.

High-pressure stirred cell in Hastelloy

Last year Membrane Extraction Technology (MET) launched the METcell, an improved design of the chemically resistant high-pressure stirred cell used in laboratories.

Stainless filter system

Seebach GmbH has launched a new filter system, which is designed as a fully self-cleaning filter system with automatic backflush, depending on the dirt load.

Capturing residue in nuclear plant

BNFL Environmental has introduced a new extract and filtration system designed to overcome the problem of fumes generated by welding or cutting.

Filtration set to flourish in Far East

Driven by growth in Asia, the market for macro liquid filtration equipment and media will rise to USD 4 billion in 2005 from USD 3.8 billion this year.