Filtration

Protecting Your Process From Mycoplasma Contamination

Plant shutdown, a shortage of key products, patients unable to access important drugs, profits hit … the consequences of a biological contamination can be devastating for a...
On August 16, 2017

Eliminating Leaks and Faults: Single-Use vs Stainless Steel Systems

Ensuring process integrity – which means being able to effectively test for leaks – is a critical factor in biopharmaceutical manufacturing processes, especially given the high value placed on drug...
On July 31, 2017

Exploring Engine Filtration Today and In the Future

Effective filtration is vital for the reliable and smooth operation of any engine. Complex logistics planning for transportation activities relies on equipment availability and trouble-free operation....
On June 23, 2017

Nine Reasons To Consider On-Site Nitrogen Generation

The majority of the world’s industrial nitrogen and oxygen is created through large scale cryogenic separation at an Air Separation Unit (ASU). The product these ASUs manufacture is normally sold to...
On June 12, 2017

The Importance of Natural Gas Product Certifications

To stay at the forefront of the competitive transportation markets, fleet managers are turning to alternative fuels that meet the environmental and economic needs of today and in the future.  Natural...
On June 12, 2017

Automated Single-Use Technology and Its Impact on Quality

Taking steps to understand and control process variation is crucial to biopharmaceutical manufacturers. The sentiment behind the old adage, "the product is the process" can’t be dismissed.  ...
On June 6, 2017

The Importance of Maintaining CO2 Gas Quality in Bottling Applications | Case Study

  Snap open a bottle of soda or beer and you will see, hear and feel the familiar fizz and bubbles. These sensations are the result of carbon dioxide (CO2), a colorless, odorless, non-combustible gas....
On May 30, 2017

Five Critical Challenges in Single-Use Bioprocessing

Single-use technology plays an integral part in nearly all bio-production processes, yet several challenges remain —challenges which are serious enough to delay or even stop the use of single-use...
On May 24, 2017

Process Protection: What Does It Mean to You?

Imagine the scenario: Your new blockbuster drug is making a significant difference to the lives of patients. But then your supply chain fails, taking the product out of circulation. The consequences...
On May 16, 2017

Portable Rental Air Dryer for Short-Term Compressed Air Requirements

Compressed air is a major source of energy used in a wide variety of applications across many industries. A plant compressed air system can be costly to operate. Optimizing productivity while reducing...
On April 27, 2017

The Importance of a Food Grade Compliant Nitrogen Gas Supply

Shoppers’ expectations for high quality, healthy and conveniently accessible food products result in an ever-increasing demand on producers and packers. In Europe, suppliers must adhere to a series of...
On April 26, 2017

Certified Natural Gas Vehicle and Fueling System Products

As we move into the future, the need for transportation is merging with society’s concerns about pollution, climate change, depletion of natural resources and the long-term sustainability of our...
On April 21, 2017

Filtration Requirements for Downstream Oil and Gas Processes

Downstream oil and gas operations include refineries and petrochemical plants where crude oil is processed into finished products such as jet fuel, diesel, lubricants, and gasoline. Refineries operate...
On April 20, 2017

Desalination System Provides Ultra-Pure Water for Offshore Oil and Gas Rigs

On offshore oil and gas platforms and vessels, a supply of fresh water is essential, not only for drinking, but also to keep critical machinery and equipment operational. Rig managers, water quality...
On April 13, 2017

Is On-Site Nitrogen Gas Generation Economical for Variable Flow Applications?

Many applications that involve nitrogen gas in the production process require varied volumes of gas to be delivered during peak and off-peak operation. A preconceived opinion of on-site nitrogen gas...
On April 13, 2017

Three Key Reasons Why Gas Generators Are the Safest Option in Laboratories

Laboratories around the world require a reliable and consistent mixture of quality gases for a range of applications including gas chromatography (GC) and gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GC-MS). ...
On March 30, 2017

Consumers and Roasters Benefit from Coffee Packaging with Nitrogen

Coffee is a wonderfully popular beverage that dates back centuries to its origins in Ethiopia. Today, global coffee consumption is estimated at 153.3 million bags a year according to the United States...
On March 23, 2017

Seven Myths About Oil-Free Compressors

Due to the sheer amount of different options available, specifying the right replacement or new industrial compressor can become a daunting task. The promise of reduced costs can make...
On March 21, 2017

Engineering Managers: Streamline Your Bioprocess With Automation

Twenty years ago, Professor Bernhard Sonnleitner, of the Institute of Chemistry and Biological Chemistry at the Zürich University of Applied Sciences, suggested that the bioprocess industry would...
On March 9, 2017

Bringing Tomorrow's Filtration Technology to the Commercial Vehicle Aftermarket

  Parker Racor are original equipment (OE) filtration partners to some of the biggest names in the commercial vehicle business. Now we’re using our world-leading expertise to bring positive change to...
On March 1, 2017