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A A Air Filters Mfg. Co. (Mount Vernon, NY)
AFD Industrial Filters (Knoxville, TN)
Air Engineering Filters, Inc. (Chappaqua, NY)
Air Filters Co., Inc. (Hialeah, FL)
Air Filters Inc. (Richmond, VA)
Air Filters Northwest, Inc. (Portland, OR)
Air Filters, Inc. (Baltimore, MD)
Air Filters, Inc. (Houston, TX)
Air Flow Filters, Inc. (Hialeah, FL)
Air-Nu Filters & HVAC (Harahan, LA)
All American Air Filters, Inc. (Pompano Beach, FL)
All American Filters (Baytown, TX)
Allen Filters, Inc. (Springfield, MO)
All-Filters, Inc. (Carson City, NV)
America's Finest Filters, Inc. (Louisville, KY)
AVX Filters Corp. (Sun Valley, CA)
B & B Filters (Dayton, TN)
Baldwin Filters, Inc. (Kearney, NE)
Baldwin Filters, Inc. (Gothenburg, NE)
Baldwin Filters, Inc. (Yankton, SD)
Bestfilters.com, LLC (Farmington, AR)
BioStrike Filters (Keller, TX)
Blue Sky Filters, Inc. (Milwaukie, OR)
BOS Filters, Inc. (Wichita, KS)
Brackett Aero Filters, Inc. (Kingman, AZ)
C.P.E. Filters, Inc. (Woodridge, IL)
Cape Fear Filters & Hydraulics (Riegelwood, NC)
Carolina Filters, Inc. (Sumter, SC)
CDR Strainers & Filters, Inc. (Bellville, TX)
Chase Filters & Components (Hampton, VA)
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Industrial processes often experience heavier sand and solid problems than other applications.
Any industrial or factory work requires some specific class of machinery that helps smooth the manufacturing process, which require proper filtration procedure.
A proper filtration system is required that can help separate materials of different structure and composition.
Among the different methods of filtration, each of them is solely aimed to provide efficient separation of different substances.
Filtration is the mechanical or physical operation, which is used for the separation of solids from liquids (liquids or gases), by interposing a medium through which only the fluid can pass.
Commercially, the term filter is applied to membranes where the separation lattice is so thin that the surface becomes the main zone of particle separation.
Filters help with:
• Increase process efficiency
• Reduce maintenance cost
• Low energy cost
Different Types Of Filters:
Air Filters – also known as air intake elements and usually a type of polypropylene or polyethylene mesh.
Bag Filters – used in industries where any type of liquid may be needed To go through the purification process. It removes large solids from the liquid.
Hydraulic filters – widely used in the petroleum industry as well as some other industries. These filters are normally cylinder shaped and will have holes running along the side.
High efficiency particulate air filters – these are a more advanced type of air filters where not only the impurities are cleared but also odors and un-required gases are removed.
Panel Filter – plane shaped and are commonly seen in air-conditioners
Absorption Elements –there filters are built to absorb impurities from Liquid when it is dropped into it.
Example Of Industrial Use For Filters:
Metal Working Industry:Filtration is required at multiple stages within the metal working Process to:
• To remove debris from the fluid stream to protect expensive equipment
• Reduce waste costs
• Attain level of quality required to meet production specification.
These stages include:
• Part washing
• Waste water
• High purify water
• Process water
• Machine coolant
The metal industry itself, contributes to the production of filters.There are various types of metals that are used to produce filters suchas: steel, galvanized aluminum to name a few.
Things To Look For When Choosing A Filter Manufacturer:
• Rating and Certification - check for international certification such as ISO – this will help to confirm that you are dealing with a professional company
• Customer Rating – take the time to review customer comments, reviews and ratings prior to making a decision
• Infrastructure – how large is the manufacturing facilities? What kinds of machineries are used? How large is the workforce?
• Customization – manufacturer should be knowledgeable on the operating dynamics of specific industry. Can accommodate unique needs and are willing to customize according to requirements needed
• Rates – consider pricing as a combination with quality for making the best choice.
Some Metal Filters produced are:
• Metal mesh panel filters
• Metal pleated filters
• Pad holding frames
Wire mesh filter
Wire mesh filter consist of woven wires of various gage and Composition.
Many industries use wire mesh filters for absorbing, filtering or evaporation.
Most manufacturers of mesh filters create wire mesh filter products in Common used shapes and sizes configuration, but can also manufacture filters according to needed specification.Wire filters must be acid, corrosion and heat resistant.
• Mesh of wire mesh filters describes the number or size of the holes between the weaves.
• Wire mesh sizes are expressed in inches, millimeters and microns
• The size of the mesh required for particular jobs depend on the sizeof the particle that must be trapped in the filer.
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