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Our nonwovens are used on various belt filter systems for the filtration of solid particles from liquids. We stock a large number of rolls of suitable width for common belt filters. Inquiries about unusual dimensions are also not a problem. These rolls are cut at the customer's request.
In a current project, a disc filter equipped with special nonwovens is used. Thanks to their special surface treatment, these filter fleeces are intended to make unwanted bacteria harmless when flowing through the filter medium.
Do you have a special filtration project? Then contact us here.
Filter cartridges are cylindrical filter elements that are flowed through from the outside in and are used particularly for demanding filtration tasks. The wide variety of filter cartridges includes inexpensive standard filter cartridges as well as pleated filter elements for very fine filtrations, stainless steel filter cartridges for high-temperature applications and activated carbon filters for the removal of dissolved substances. Thanks to their universal applicability and low price, they are among the most common liquid filters.
We offer magnetic rod inserts for bag filter housings of all common sizes. The bag hold-down construction keeps the filter bag in shape and the central magnetic rod holds back iron-containing particles. This reduces the amount of particles hitting the filter medium and increases the service life of the filter bags.
You can find out more about our bag filter systems here.
What is particulate matter? Particulate matter (PM) is divided into different groups depending on the particle size. The most important groups are PM10, PM2.5 and PM1, which are also known from current environmental policy discussions. The performance of our air filter elements is defined by the separation efficiency compared to the particle sizes of the PMX groups (e.g. ePM10 80%).
Do you have any questions about our air filters or the current ISO 16890 standard? Contact us here.