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  • Macrotek Wins Back-To-Back Multi-Million Dollar Contracts for One Of World`s Largest Nickel Producers

    Global air pollution control provider, Macrotek Inc., has been awarded three consecutive contracts for baghouse dust collection equipment from one of the largest nickel producers in the world. The contracts amount to almost $3 million in total for the design, fabrication, supply, and delivery of baghouse dust collection equipment for a nickel emissions reduction project at a refinery in Sudbury, ...


    By Macrotek Inc.

  • Calportland Company to pay $350,000 to settle clean air act violations (AZ)

    The US Department of Justice, on behalf of the US Environmental Protection Agency, lodged a consent decree resolving Clean Air Act claims against CalPortland Company with respect to the company’s Rillito, Arizona, portland cement plant. The settlement will resolve claims that CalPortland did not obtain permits required by the Clean Air Act. As a result, CalPortland will either upgrade ...

  • Pleated Bag Filters Featuring ProPulse® Technology Now Available from UAS

    United Air Specialists, Inc. (UAS) is pleased to announce its new pleated bag filter offering. With today's tighter emissions limits and increased production demands, it is essential to gain improved performance from your industrial air filtration systems. Developed to replace traditional filter bags and cages, each pleated bag filter has a one-piece construction design which allows it to be used ...


    By CLARCOR Industrial Air

  • Biomass Magazine - The Utility of Cyclones

    "Cyclones have been around for more than 100 years, with the first patent issued in 1886. "They have been used ever since to separate particles from an air, gas or liquid stream without the use of barrier filters across a wide range of industries," says Pedro Araujo, CEO and cofounder of Advanced Cyclone Systems S.A. The Portugal-based company is exclusively dedicated to the development and ...

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