Articles & Whitepapers
Multi-media filter is a process of using one or several filter media to pass water with higher turbidity through a certain thickness of granular or non-granular material under a certain pressure, thereby effectively removing suspended impurities and clarifying the water. Commonly used Filter materials include quartz sand, anthracite, manganese sand, etc., which are mainly used for water treatment ...
Thin film track etched membranes, commonly referred to as polycarbonate (PCTE) and polyester (PET) filters, feature a unique pore structure and optical clarity unlike most filters. A complex, two ...
Engineers at the University of California, San Diego, have developed a waveguide that is more than 10,000 times thinner than a typical optical fiber and about 500 times thinner than on-chip optical waveguides in integrated photonic circuits. The ...
Equipment & Solutions
Standard thickness: manufactured from 25 µm thick PC film.