Increase in demand for specialty paper products has resulted in a much needed boost for the paper and pulp industry. Processing all that new paper stock will require large quantities of disposable filter cartridges.
FDA regulations threaten to drive all manufacturing phases of clinical drugs outside the manufacturer's home country. Could this mean important steps such as the filtration of reaction by-products such as color bodies and metals might be compromised?
Private drinking wells can become contaminated with heavy metals like arsenic, making them poisonous for the homes and small communities that need them. Graver's MetSorb® adsorbent products are specifically engineered for heavy metal contaminant removal for not just household drinking water, but also process water and aqueous streams.
As the craft beer industry continues to boom, the myth that filtration in the beer-making process removes flavor continues to refine. Select and proper filtration is essential to not only producing a safe beer, it's also critical to producing the style of beer you want.
Referred by one manufacturer as "the biggest financial opportunity in the United States since prohibition", the Cannabidiol (CBD) Oil industry is projected to reach $22 billion by the year 2022. The role filtration plays is to ensure that what comes to market is produced utilizing credible components and support in the purification process.
The Sugar Hill Project was designed to bring modern, affordable housing to Harlem's poor. Unfortunately, it also brought them a waterborne illness that could have been prevented with proper cooling tower filtration. Graver's cartridge filters are a cost-efficient solution for when depositions turn dangerous.
SCEPTER® technology is a clear cost-effective option for wineries, breweries and wherever a durable and robust structure is required for operating conditions that would normally damage or destroy polymeric or ceramic membranes.
As the earth’s climate continues to heat up, debates on how to protect the environment grow similarly heated. While many technological options are being considered, one option dating back several decades may be the answer to this new problem: deep well injection.