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Product brand Filtura will be presented at Filtech 2023
Freudenberg launches new brand for filter media

Freudenberg Performance Materials announces the launch of Filtura, its new product brand for filter media solutions. Filtura is a comprehensive...

Retrofitting existing process plants

Gateways enable digital structures

While the age structures for plants in the process industry are often very varied, effective control and management to the latest standards are still needed. This...

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Focus on safety and sustainability

This was Namur general meeting 2022

After two years in online mode, the 85th Namur general meeting on November 10th and 11th, 2022, took place in person again. For the first time at the new location in...

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Drive energy transition

Gas analytics for the hydrogen market

Both the generation and the use of hydrogen as a future energy source pose new challenges for the energy industry. Smart gas analytics is helping drive the energy...

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176,000 trade visitors from all over the world

Full halls at K 2022

The joy of the plastics and rubber industry at finally being able to exchange ideas in person on a global level again after three years characterised the course of K...

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Pyrolysis technology in a container

Converting flare gas into hydrogen

Gas flaring is considered to cause emissions that are harmful to the climate and health. H2-Industries has developed a solution to convert these environmentally harmful...

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