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Many plants rely on distillation for separating components. However, distillation takes a lot of energy. So, efforts to achieve energy savings in distillation promise to have a significant economic impact. Here’s a rundown on some developments.
Imperial College London has launched the new Barrer Centre focused on further pushing the boundaries of membrane separation technology
Separation processes often account for more than 50 percent of a chemical company's operating costs. Read how membranes and other non-thermal technologies poised to win a wider role.
Process Speeds Up Enantiomer Separation -- Tailoring of flexible rack system can optimize performance for particular molecules.
Nanosheets Promise Energy-Efficient Separations -- Novel process produces highly uniform and pure crystalline zeolite sheets.
Hydrocarbon Separation Gets Easier -- Hybrid material could cut energy costs for producing plastics and fuels
Microbubbles Buoy Separation -- Technique promises more-energy-efficient water purification
Operations involving crystallization often suffer problems that easily could be avoided through insights available from a solubility curve. This column highlights eight crucial factors for ensuring the curve properly represents the product and operation.
Evaluate SMB Chromatography for Your Separation -- Here's a quick way to determine whether the technique suits your processing needs.
Solid-liquid separation is an instrumental part of chemical processing. To separate the solid particles, filter media made of textile or metallic materials and of composite materials are used as the basis for the filter cake. Often there will also be a washing process to improve the purity of the...
This article discusses the choice of thin-cake (2 25 mm) separation technologies and their benefits to optimizing the effectiveness of the production process. The paper continues with a discussion of clean-in-place operations to meet current Good Manufacturing Practices (cGMP) guidelines ...
New molecule separation technique promises a more-energy-efficient option.
Novel Structures Promise Better Separations -- High porosity materials provide improved performance
Metamaterial that can sort chemical and biomolecular species may enable more efficient, energy-saving membrane separations.
Changing the material adsorbed provides important advantages
Sulzer signed an agreement with KnitMesh Ltd., based in the UK, to take over their separation technology business. The acquisition includes the company Enhanced Separation Technologies (EST) LLC., based in the U.S.
Dow Water & Process Solutions Will Unveil New Technology At Conference
Carbon-based molecular sieve cuts energy use in hydrocarbon separation process
Digital Positioner Aids Air Separation -- Tighter control enables significant boost in argon output
Wire cloth used as a screen, resists abrasion, can be cleaned with high-velocity water or chemical cleaners, mechanically scraped or rapped, and even, in some cases, have ice pounded off with a hammer, with little chance of damage.
Larox to supply vacuum belt filters to Chempolis Biorefining Park.
Blending Technology Accelerates -- External electrical fields promise to speed separation process a thousand-fold
Readers offer suggestions to improve centrifuge separation capacity and quality in Chemical Processing's monthly Process Puzzler feature.
Researchers have developed a flow-gating mechanism using micropores that respond selectively to a wide range of materials without clogging or fouling.
Researchers at Stanford University are developing an optical filter to sort lab-made chiral molecules, which could lead to purer and safer drugs and agrichemicals.