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    Larox develops, designs, manufactures and supplies industrial filters and is a leading technology company in its field. Larox is a full service filtration solution provider in solid and liquid...
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    Filtra-Systems provides custom-engineered industrial filtration & separation products, systems and technology for the metalworking, water & wastewater, chemical & industrial minerals, and...
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    Fluid Systems, Inc. is a worldwide provider of solids control , screening and process technology to the Oil & Gas, Industrial and Mining Industries. From its humble beginning as one of the first...
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    Founded in 1864 in Elgin, Illinois, Elgin has evolved into a worldwide leader in design, manufacture and service of specialized processing equipment in the Oil & Gas, Mining, Coal, Aggregates,...
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    Roymec Technologies is an engineering and project management specialist company providing equipment, plant design and turnkey construction solutions and services in the field of solid liquid...
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    Micronics is a manufacturer and supplier of technical filter media for liquid/solid separation. Micronics engineers and manufactures filter press machinery, and operates manufacturing facilities and...
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    WesTech Engineering, Inc. provides process solutions for water and wastewater treatment, liquids/solids separation, and biological treatment needs in municipal, industrial, and minerals markets...
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    ANDRITZ is a globally leading supplier of plants, equipment, and services for hydropower stations, the pulp and paper industry, the metalworking and steel industries, and for solid/liquid separation...
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    TEMA Systems Inc. is a privately held company that is partially owned by Siebtechnik of Mulheim, Germany and TEMA B.V. of The Hague, Holland. Worldwide Network TEMA Systems’ corporate...
  • News - 20 Dec 2021
    New processing methods developed by MIT researchers could help ease looming shortages of the essential metals that power everything from phones to automotive batteries, by making it easier to separate...