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Enabling textile dyeing without effluent
Speciality chemicals company showcased its ion exchange resins and membrane technologies at Water Today’s Water Expo 2017 in Chennai, with a special focus on introducing novel reverse osmosis (RO) elements from its Lewabrane® product line.
Recent developments in textile filtration
Filtration processes are usually categorised as dry filtration (air/gas filtration) and wet filtration (liquid filtration), say Dr Senthilkumar P and Punitha V. Filtration is the process of separating one material which is dispersed in other material using porous structure. The porous structure is obtained using textile fabric of woven, knitted or nonwoven. Among these various structure fabric, nonwoven fabric plays major role in filtration in spite of their wide range of thickness and porosity and pore size distribution.
Malegaon cluster: New strategy minimises textile waste
Kolhapur region boasts of overall development of industrial sector. The industrial units comprises of sugar, textiles and automobiles. The region experienced growth of textile sector in the last decade and still it is continued.
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