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Triple Duty Valves: What You Need To Know

Advanced Filtration deals with various industries where fluid handling is essential, and the efficient regulation and management of flow rates, pressure, and temperature are paramount. One crucial component that aids in achieving this efficiency is triple-duty valves. This small but mighty piece of equipment comes up time and again when discussing industrial filtration solutions for our clients, so in this blog post, we're going delve into what they are and how they work. We'll also look at their different applications across industries, their significance, the materials of construction, and other important aspects. What is a Triple Duty Valve? So, first things first: what exactly is it? A triple duty valve is a specialized type of valve designed to perform three primary functions within a single unit: balancing, throttling, and shut-off. These valves are engineered to control flow rates, maintain system stability, and ensure optimal performance across various fluid handling systems. How does a Triple Duty Valve Work? Triple duty valves operate based on their unique design, which integrates components for balancing, throttling, and shut-off functions. They typically consist of a globe-style valve body with an integrated balance piston or plug. This design allows for precise control over flow rates while maintaining…
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All About Floating Ball Valves

In this article, the industrial filtration experts at Advanced Filtration in New Jersey are going to look at another specific type of machinery that we deal with every day: floating ball valves. If you're interested in learning more about the ins and outs of the industrial filtration industry, have a look at our in-depth explanation of butterfly valves. So without further ado, let's talk about floating ball valves. What is a Floating Ball Valve? A floating ball valve is a type of valve used to control the flow of fluids through a pipeline. It gets its name from the design of the ball inside the valve, which is free to move or "float" within the valve body. The valve consists of a hollow spherical ball with a hole (bore) through its center. When the valve is open, the fluid flows through the bore, and when the valve is closed, the ball rotates to block the flow. The ball is held in place by two sealing rings or seats, one on each side of the ball. In a floating ball valve, the ball is not fixed or trunnioned within the valve body. Instead, it is held in position by the pressure…
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Industrial Filtration Systems in Manufacturing

Industrial filtration systems remove contaminants from air and gas streams in various industrial processes. They can filter out particles like dust, oil, moisture, and vapors. Food processing companies, pharmaceuticals, electronics manufacturing, and all other industries where the purity of the air and gas streams is vital to maintaining product quality all require industrial filtration systems. In addition to removing contaminants from air and gases, they also help companies comply with environmental regulations and improve workplace safety. In this article, the manufacturing filtration experts at Advanced Filtration are going to explore how industrial filtration systems work and look at some of their popular use cases, especially for heavy machinery. How do industrial filtration systems in manufacturing work? Industrial filtration systems use scrubbers, HEPA or cartridge filters, separators, precipitators, and other equipment to get rid of fumes, gases, dust particles, oil mist aerosols, and condensed vapors not only on the inside but also on the outside. They also remove any by-products that contaminate the manufacturing equipment as well as the shop floors. Industrial filtration systems typically have different designs for different industries. Their configurations may also change depending on the use cases. Here are some popular use cases for industrial filtration systems: Purifying…
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All About Cooling Tower Filtration

A cooling tower filtration system is a filter for cleaning and removing debris to prevent clogging of a cooling tower. The mechanical components of a cooling tower need to be regularly cleaned to keep them in perfect working condition. Poorly maintained cooling towers can act as breeding grounds for illnesses. An optimally-functioning cooling tower filter minimizes the formation of corrosion and scale inside the cooling tower. Additionally, cooling tower filtration systems sanitize and filter the water passing through your tower. This keeps the tower running effectively, improving each component's performance and prolonging its lifespan. We've got three main types of cooling tower filtration units: biological, mechanical, and chemical. The best filter for your cooling tower depends on the water quality, features, and usability. Mechanical filters have filters and screens that sieve and remove unwanted particles from water. Biological filtration units break down and remove pollutants using safe bacteria. Chemical filters use resins and activated carbon to remove pollutants. Both biological and chemical filters are ideal for removing small-sized particles, while mechanical filters remove bigger particles. How do Cooling Tower Filters Work? In their normal function of reducing the temperature of water-cooled systems, cooling towers can trap and introduce airborne contaminants.…
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Industrial Filtration Systems in the Pharmaceutical Industry

Here at Advanced Filtration, we work with industrial filter systems that provide filtration for all kinds industries, such as power, chemical, cosmetics, and biotech. In addition, we service pharmaceutical companies quite a bit, as their filtration needs are both specific and large. In this article, we're going to delve deeper in to the topic of how industrial filtration works in the pharmaceutical industry. And to directly go to see what products we sell, check out our pharmaceutical manufacturing page. Types of Filtration Used in the Pharmaceutical Industry Maintaining the purity and quality of products within the pharmaceutical industry is incredibly important; and a critical component of achieving exceptional purity and quality is filtration. During the manufacturing process, the pharmaceutical industry places an enormous amount of significance on removing unwanted impurities and contaminants. This is done through industrial filtration systems utilizing various types of filtration technologies, such as: Membrane filtration Depth filtration Sterile filtration. Industrial filtration systems play an essential role in enabling companies to generate products that are of the highest quality and meet regulatory standards. Membrane Filtration There are a variety of industrial filter products that the pharmaceutical industry may rely on, each product with its own special purpose.…
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The Different Filters and Strainers In Industrial Filtration

Here at Advanced Filtration, we work with tons of different equipment, from all manner of industrial filters and strainers to a vast array of applicable parts, valves, and systems. Naturally there can be some confusion as to what it all means. So in this article we're going to look at the difference between a temporary, tee, y, basket, and duplex strainer in industrial filtration. If you ever need assistance with your decision-making on these products, give us a call at (732) 901-6676. The Difference Between Industrial Filters A temporary strainer is a type of filter that is used for a short period of time, typically for cleaning or maintenance purposes. A tee strainer is a type of filter that is installed in a pipe and has a T-shaped configuration. A Y strainer is similar to a tee strainer, but has a Y-shaped configuration. A basket strainer is a type of filter that uses a basket-shaped element to strain out contaminants. A duplex strainer is a type of filter that has two basket strainers, typically used in applications where a high level of filtration is required. Different types of filters are used in different industries Different types of filters may be used…
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What To Look For In Filter Cloth for Industrial Filtration

Here at Advanced Filtration, we look at all aspects of the filter industry so that we can provide the best products and services to our customers. In this article, we're going to take a look at one very specific aspect of our trade: filter cloth. For industrial filtration applications to succeed, you must use the right filter cloth. This means you must select the suitable filter media carefully to get the best filter cloth that matches the kind of machine it’s to work under. Remember, there are different types of filter cloths for various applications, which depend on the service life or compatibility. But what should you look for in a filter cloth when choosing the best fit for industrial filtration? Understanding Different Types of Filter Cloths Different types of filter cloth range from 1 micron to 1500 microns. Having the right filter cloth enables you to get drier filter cakes with a longer service life. Such helps better the industrial filter press efficiency and lower the maintenance costs. The right type of filter cloth to use depends on its application. For example, filter cloth for food processing differs from that for pharmaceuticals or automotive. The types of filter clothes…
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What Is Viscosity, And Why Does It Impact Industrial Filtration?

Here at Advanced Filtration, we deal with a variety of industries around the world, and we take care of many different kinds of filter systems--from power generation to biotechnology to pharmaceuticals, and everything in between. What all these disparate industries have in common, in our world, are certain factors in their filters, and one of these is "viscosity." But what is viscosity, and why is it so important to industrial filtration? In this article, we're going to answer those questions. Defining Viscosity When discussing viscosity, a poignant image to describe the concept begins with a styrofoam cup. Now–imagine you poke a hole into the bottom of the said styrofoam cup. Then visualize pouring honey into this hollowed-out cup. You’ll notice that the draining process is incredibly slow. After all, honey has a much larger viscosity than other liquids, such as water, which would drain at a lightning pace by comparison. On a broad level, viscosity measures a fluid’s flow resistance and a moving fluid’s internal friction. Fluids with higher viscosities stave off motion since internal friction is derived from their molecular makeup. Conversely, low-viscosity fluids flow seamlessly since there’s minimal friction in their molecular makeup when in motion. Gasses also…
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Why Do You Need To Hire a Filter Specialist?

Power plant generation and industrial processes need to keep their hydraulic fluids and lubricating oils pure. This decreases costs for these fluids, increases equipment quality functioning , decreases downtime, and extends the life of your engines and other equipment that depend on these fluids. What helps you do this? Filters. Filter specialists, like Advanced Filtration, are experts in the field of filtration, especially geared towards power plant generation and industrial equipment.
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Why Industrial Filtration Is Important To Power Generators

Effective filtration of power generation engines is critical in order to avoid costly downtime and repairs. Industrial filtration systems remove contaminants from the engine oil, fuel, and coolant before they can cause damage. By preventing wear and corrosion, industrial filters help power generators run more efficiently and last longer. In this article, the industrial filtration experts at Advanced Filtration will discuss the different types of industrial filtration systems and how they work to protect power generators. We will also touch on the importance of proper maintenance and replacement of filters to keep power generators running smoothly. Why is filtration so important? Industrial filters are important because they prevent wear and corrosion by removing contaminants before they can cause damage. They also help power generators run more efficiently by preventing clogs and keeping engines clean. Without effective filtration, power generators would be at risk of damage from dirt, dust, and other airborne contaminants. This could lead to a loss of power or even a complete shutdown of the generator. That’s why it’s so important to have an industrial filtration system in place to protect your investment. Not only will it save you money in the long run, but it will also…
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