Monthly Archive: March 2017
Amazon Filters launch the SupaPleat Plus Ink for Digital Ink Production
Amazon Filters, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of filtration products, are pleased to announce the launch of their SupaPleat Plus Ink range. The SupaPleat Plus Ink range has been developed through close collaboration with manufacturers of bulk Digital Ink. When used in conjunction with SupaSpun Depth and SupaPore Pleated products it provides a comprehensive solution for all ink formulations. As these formulations become more complex and specifications on cleanliness increase to prevent blockage of modern …CONTINUE READING
We are looking for a Production Team Leader!
We are now seeking a new Team Leader for one of the shift Cartridge Production Teams. This is an exciting new opportunity that requires a broad range of skills as you will be responsible for the general running of the shift cartridge production team who are tasked with running the machines and producing products to the required output levels. This role will require a high-level attention to detail whilst working to tight deadlines and pressurised …CONTINUE READING
Ceramic Membrane Drinking Water Treatment Plan Gets Underway
The £60 million drinking water treatment plant for South West Water has been under construction for the past 300 days.CONTINUE READING
Amazon Filters launch the Amazon 59 Series Mastic Filter Housing
Amazon Filters, one of Europe’s leading manufacturers of filtration products, are pleased to announce the launch of the Amazon 59 Series single stack, high pressure cartridge filter. The Amazon 59 Series single stack, high pressure cartridge filter assembly is ideal for use with liquid PVC, sealants and waxes that are used in the Automotive and other industries. These high viscosity fluids (c.1,000 – 100,000 cps) are used to seal joints on car bodies against the …CONTINUE READING
Sadiq Khan: Ban Cars Near Schools To Reduce Air Pollution
The Mayor of London has provided funding for 50 primary schools in the city to introduce simple measures.CONTINUE READING
Canadian Town’s Water Turns Bright Pink!
The people of Onoway in Alberta, Canada, were shocked when they turned their taps on to see bright pink water coming out of the faucet.CONTINUE READING
New Formula To Make Medication Easier For Children To Take
A team of researchers have developed a new drug making medication tastier and easier for children to swallow.CONTINUE READING
Soy Air Filter Developed To Catch Toxic Chemicals
In a bid to improve air purifying products, especially in those parts of the world that have very poor air quality, a team of scientists from Washington State University have devised a soy-based air filter to capture toxic chemicals that current air filters are unable to at the moment. Poor air quality can contribute to all sorts of health problems and is a known factor in diseases like lung cancer, heart disease and asthma. Air …CONTINUE READING
Air Pollution A Major Issue For Health
The UK needs to do more to tackle air pollution, with the European Commission issuing the country with its final warning over its air pollution levels earlier this month. According to the organisation, legal air pollution levels were breached in 16 areas around the country, including London, Glasgow, Leeds and Birmingham. If the UK government is unable to lower the levels of air pollution in the affected areas, it could be in line for substantial …CONTINUE READING
UK’s Only Gluten-Free Brewer Set For Expansion
The only gluten-free brewery in the UK has launched a campaign to source funds for its expansion. Located in Scotland, the Bellfield Brewery launched in March last year and after a successful first 12 months of trading, it’s looking to extend its offering and brew even more gluten-free beers. It’s currently looking for £50,000 in funding to allow it to expand, both in terms of its team and the range of beers it offers. Making …CONTINUE READING
MIT Develops New Material 10 Times Stronger Than Steel!
A team of scientists from MIT have been working on developing one of the strongest lightweight materials ever, which has a density of just five per cent and a strength ten times that of steel. The findings have been reported in the Sciences Advances journal, revealing that the team were able to compress and fuse flakes of graphene (a 2D form of carbon) to create the sponge-like material. The team say that this discovery indicates …CONTINUE READING