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Focus on Filtration

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SPX Flow

Strainer and filtration solutions to match process needs

This company’s diverse range of filtration solutions (photo) includes single, dual and multi-basket designs for pressures up to 50 bars; automatic and self-cleaning filters, back-flushing strainers and models in a full range of sizes up to 36 in. Standard, “commodity” models are complemented by fully engineered, customized solutions, fabricated to meet customer needs. In a range of materials, including cast iron, cast steel, stainless steel, duplex and super duplex, all are supported by experienced engineers, who help ensure customers get the right solution and support for their application throughout its lifetime. — SPX Flow, Inc., Charlotte, N.C.

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