Media Filtration News

  • Eliquo Hydrok present Pile Cloth Media Filtration at EWWM 2017

    Lewis O’Brien, Technical Director for Eliquo Hydrok recently presented a paper at European Waste Water Management Conference at the Royal Armoury in Leeds, outlining the successes and performance of the Mecana Tertiary solids and Phosphorous removal plant technology. Investments and continual developments have enabled Mecana and Eliquo Hydrok to offer the Deep Pile Cloth Filter as an ...


    By ELIQUO HYDROK

  • AbTech Achieves Low Phosphorus Results on a Yogurt Wastewater Application

    AbTech Industries, Inc. an environmental technologies firm was invited to participate at a major yogurt company's manufacturing facility for treatment of its wastewater discharge. The goal of the treatment system was to reduce phosphorus in their discharge to avoid paying excessive fines to its local PTOW. The current plant process uses a combination of attached and suspended growth reactor ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • AbTech Achieves Low Phosphorus Results on a Yogurt Wastewater Application

    AbTech Industries, Inc. an environmental technologies firm was invited to participate at a major yogurt company's manufacturing facility for treatment of its wastewater discharge. The goal of the treatment system was to reduce phosphorus in their discharge to avoid paying excessive fines to its local PTOW. The current plant process uses a combination of attached and suspended growth reactor ...


    By AbTech Industries Inc

  • Neptune Benson’s Filtration and Ultraviolet Disinfection Products Chosen for Prestigious U.S. Swim Trials

    Evoqua Water Technologies today announced that Neptune Benson and its Defender filter and ETS-UV disinfection products are filtering and disinfecting the water at this year’s U.S. Swim Trails being held in Omaha, Nebraska. The U.S. Swim Trials, held June 26 thru July 3, are the only selection meet for the U.S. Swim Team to qualify for the Summer Games in Rio de Janeiro. The trials ...

  • Liquid macrofiltration market to reach $6 Billion in 2012

    The market for liquid macrofiltration equipment and consumables will be just under $6 billion in 2012. This is the new forecast in Liquid Filtration and Media World Markets published by the McIlvaine Company www.mcilvainecompany.com. The largest single segment will be granular media filters. This is despite the market share gained by ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • Hollingsworth & Vose opens global technology centre in China

    Hollingsworth & Vose Co has officially opened the Mark Hollingsworth Global Technology Center at the company’s facility in Suzhou, China. The new technology facility is named after Mark Hollingsworth who was CEO of Hollingsworth & Vose from 1960 to 1983. The centre will provide advanced global testing and development of fibrous ...

  • MAXFLOW filter systems are setting standards

    GKD-CompactFiltration will be exhibiting its MAXFLOW filter systems at metalworking show EMO Hannover, which takes place from 19–24 September in Hannover, Germany. The MAXFLOW filter systems from GKD are made entirely of stainless steel, self-cleaning and work without filter aids. They are suitable for use in for central machining processes. ...

  • Ahlstrom to increase transportation filtration material capacity in Louveira, Brazil

    Ahlstrom Corporation PRESS RELEASE 20.5.2011 at 10.30 Ahlstrom, a global high performance materials company, will invest into additional capacity in transportation filtration materials at its site in Louveira, ...


    By Ahlstrom-Munksjö

  • Ahlstrom to increase transportation filtration material capacity in Turin, Italy

    Ahlstrom, a global leader in nonwovens and specialty papers, will invest into additional capacity in transportation filtration material at its site in Turin, Italy. The total investment is approximately EUR 17.5 million and it will be completed in the fourth quarter of 2012. Tommi Björnman, Executive Vice President, Filtration, states on the investment. "We have been pleased to grow with our ...


    By Ahlstrom-Munksjö

  • US$25 billion filter media market in 2010

    The market for filter media is forecast at $25 billion in 2010 according to new forecasts in a series of reports published by the McIlvaine Company.  2010 filter media sales will grow at a faster rate than GDP thanks to some applications such as water treatment and to some locations such as China. McIlvaine divides the filter media markets into distinct segments.  Fabric filter includes the bags ...


    By The McIlvaine Company

  • GEAFILTRI developes exclusive pleat pacing system

    GEAFILTRI has developed a specific and exclusive pleat spacing system in order to avoid bending and collapsing of filter cartridge pleats.Our system ensures the whole pleat depth of the filtration media to be always 100% available for dust loading.The results are multiple:- higher air permeability of the cartridges (as to lower loss of charge)- longer dust-charging intervals, therefore: - ...

  • New Filtralite® order for drinking water plant in Norway

    When refurbishing the dual media filters at Gopledal water works, Larvik municipality in southern Norway has chosen to change from anthracite to Filtralite® as top layer over sand. Gopledal water works takes raw water from the lake Farris and treats it in a contact filtration process. In this process the coagulant is added directly in front of the filters, without any sedimentation or floatation ...


    By Filtralite - Leca Norge As

  • TIGG Corporation relocates its corporate headquarters

    TIGG Corporation has relocated its Corporate Headquarters and Northeast Operations to an 83,000 square foot facility in Oakdale, PA. The Northeast Operations consist of approximately 65,000 square feet of warehouse area to store rental equipment, systems and an extensive inventory of filter media. It also contains a 10,000 square foot high-bay assembly and service shop. Commenting on the ...


    By TIGG, LLC

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