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New filtration media adds strength and cleanability

By Chemical Engineering |

Porvair Filtration Group

Introduced at Filtech (Cologne, Germany; October 22–24), Sinterflo FMC (photo) is a new metal-fiber mesh composite for filter elements. The FMC structure features integrated Bekaert Bekipor technology and is composed of random fiber webs and woven mesh structures that are sintered to form a homogenous, yet multiple-layered structure designed to deliver strength and practicality in cleaning. Alongside this range of metallic Sinterflo filter elements, the company is able to provide a full range of polymeric disposable and last-chance filters, as well as a wide range of complementary filter housings. — Porvair Filtration Group, Inc., Ashland, Va.

www.provairfiltration.com

 

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