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EDITOR'S CHOICE  NEWS NEW SELF-SUPPORTED PLEAT


AIR FILTER RELEASED Filtration Group HVAC has announced the expansion of its product line of self-supported pleat air filters with the release of the Merv 10 Aerostar Novapleat X. The new Aerostar Novapleat X was engineered to improve indoor


air quality, while having an equal or better total cost of ownership compared to traditional Merv 8 pleated filters on the market today. Its design incorporates an increased air particle removal rate that captures two and a half times more airborne irritants in the Ashrae 1-3-micron range than the minimum standard for a Merv 8 pleat. The filter’s lifespan meets or exceeds normal standard capacity product lifespans, supplying a seamless replacement for less-efficient filtration. The company says that introducing the Novapleat X to any


commercial HVAC system change-out will benefit the overall indoor air quality of a building, as well as the health of its occupants. “Filtration Group is investing in self-supported pleat technology as


the format offers an inherently lower cost structure that is also environmentally friendly relative to traditional wire-backed pleats,” says Michael Bruce, director of product management. “Innovations in self-supported pleats align with our mission of


making the world safer, healthier and more productive, and we expect this new product to continue the market adoption to the Novapleat product line.” The Novapleat X is manufactured in a range of standard sizes to fit


all types of applications looking to make improvements in indoor air quality without sacrificing energy efficiency. It is suitable for all types of applications.


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EV SOLUTION WINS POWERUP! COMPETITION


EIT InnoEnergy has crowned Danubia NanoTech the winner of PowerUp! The annual competition organised by EIT InnoEnergy, attracts start-ups specialising in technological innovations in the field of sustainable energy management. The company has been awarded a €50,000 cash prize and a place


on its business creation programme, the Highway, for its aerial temperature monitoring technology. The solution will enhance the viability of electric vehicle (EV) batteries and grid battery storage by significantly extending battery lifetime. Danubia NanoTech presented a solution for aerial temperature


monitoring in the form of a graphene temperature sensor to extend EV battery life, available as an extremely thin film, applied on any non-metallic substrate. Temperature management is key to making EVs reliable and efficient. This is particularly important during rapid EV charging as the heat created in this process must be effectively dissipated to prevent the battery cells from overheating and being damaged. “We applied to the competition because we have been seeking a


smart investor like EIT InnoEnergy that not only provides financial investment, but also supports us with business development through its network,” says Patrik Krizansky, CEO of Danubia NanoTech. “With this award, we are very excited to start fine tuning the product to the needs of customers and commercialise it.” EIT InnoEnergy has already helped hundreds of products to market


globally. The competition encourages sustainable energy solutions, through supporting, investing and connecting all players in the field.


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