The Filtration Society is a not for profit organisation formed by filtration / separation professionals back in 1964, with an aim to advance and disseminate knowledge on the design and use of filtration and separation techniques in industry, commerce and other walks of life.
The Society has a membership covering over 30 countries and continues to offer training events, conferences and exhibitions for individuals in filtration and separation technology, both for those new to the subject and for the experienced.
The Society is always open to new members; students, individuals and corporates, so have a look at the website and see what may be of interest and benefit to you.
It’s all happening in the first full week in September which brings two conferences / exhibitions for particle scientists in the UK. EAC 2011 the European Aerosol Conference from 4th – 9th Sept in Manchester this year promises to be the biggest and best yet, with a packed schedule and a good number of exhibition stands. FIL will be joining […]
The Filtration Society, which is a not for profit organsation with the aim to advance and disseminate knowledge on the design and use of filtration and separation techniques in industry, commerce and other walks of life announces Filter Media 5 the fifth in a series of training seminar, conference and exhibitions on filter media, to be held at […]
Following the launch of the new Nano instruments at FILTECH 2011 the natural development of the MFP range of filter media testing stands has followed. MFP ULPA Nano takes the well established MFP automation and control and adds: the new Differential Electrical Mobility Classifier or DEMC allowing the generation of stream of mono-disperse particles in the 3 – 800 nm range from […]
I attended the Cambridge Particles meeting for the first time, held in the Engineering Department of Cambridge University on Friday 13th May 2011. I didn’t know what to expect, but the meeting had a friendly academic atmosphere, with scientists and technicians present having a range of interests in aerosol science, although as exhibited by the […]
Just got back from attending the Aerosols in the Environment technical meeting at the Institute of Physics in London. This was a joint meeting with the IOP Environmental Group and the Aerosol Society and was well attended by 35 people from a range of academia, meteorological groups and aerosol characterisation instrument suppliers. As some reading this may know, my […]
Well, back in the office after the Filtech 2011 show last week in the lovely city of Wiesbaden. It was an excellent three days with what has been reported as an increase in visitors again since the last show, coming from all over the world. It’s a long time since I’ve been stood on a stand and […]
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