Although the filter experts at Advanced Filtration have made our entire business about them, we must admit that the term “industrial filters” are not the most exciting topic for most people. In fact, because filters operate within a machine, rather than on the exterior of it, most people don’t even notice them at all. But as any engineer or quality assurance professional will attest, they are crucial to the operational activities of most industry processes being done these days. Industrial filters are an important part of manufacturing, and are used in several different industries, including pharmaceutical, energy, food and beverage, cosmetics, and chemicals. Without effective, high quality filters, the final products would be inferior, in some instances, can put the safety of end users and consumers at risk, as well as the employees working in the facility. In most cases, the filtration process removes suspended waste particles from raw materials (usually liquids) used for production, or removes particles from air. This process takes place with the help of a filter—and there are hundreds of types of filters—which removes unwanted, impure solid particles from the given material, all of which might impact the product negatively. Following are a few different types…
It’s easy to get stuck in a routine; using the same turbine oil filtration system is one of those routines that one can get so accustomed to. However, in the oil filtration industry, it’s vital to teach a dog new tricks because keeping up with modern innovations is key to being as successfully operational as possible. Read how Advanced Filtration helped a large combined cycle plant in Georgia that didn’t follow the traditional thinking and demonstrated how modern innovation can improve the quality of performance.
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