Mikropor began its journey in 1987 with a passion to create ‘tomorrow’s technology’ and has gone on to become one of the leading manufacturers of atmospheric air filtration solutions, compressed air treatment systems and gas generation systems for a variety of industries since then.
I’ll drink to that, writes Rob Cockerill, as the stories of a new dawn in low-carbon distillery operations continue to grow.
Could we say our oxygen needs were all being met? How prepared were we to deal with Covid-19, and how prepared will we be in future? Is it now time for a global estimate of the number of deaths attributable to lack of access to medical oxygen? These were all ...
In the concluding analytical part of this exclusive series, we ask how prepared we might be for the next pandemic. Will our oxygen supply chains be ready, if and when needed? Have we learned the lessons of the Covid-19 pandemic? Can we even expect to improve our response?
In part 7 of this exclusive series, we asked if our oxygen preparedness one of the key weak links in the global response to Covid-19. Here in Part 8, we pick up that baton and ask if barriers have been broken in how we perceive industrial versus medical oxygen?
Water: It’s a human need and source of contention as old as civilisation itself, writes Rob Cockerill, as he explains the challenges ahead in water-stress and the opportunity in water treatment applications.
We cannot afford to lose momentum in medical oxygen, and for many low and middle-income countries (LMICs) the difficulties in accessing oxygen are systemic and long-term. That’s according to Robert Matiru, Director of the Programme Division at Unitaid, speaking in an exclusive interview with gasworld.