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Compressed Air Filter Range Expansion

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Porvair Filtration Group has announced a further expansion to its range of microfiltration products by launching seven new metallic Compfil™ filters for use within process air and gas applications.

These filters exhibit a number of different properties and can be used within many industries including sterile applications within water, chemical, pharmaceutical and food and beverage manufacturing.

The extended Compfil™ range builds on Porvair’s existing range, providing a full suite of disposable and metallic compressed air filters.

CompfilTM PD, WD, WV, ST and PC

CompfilTM PD, WD, WV, ST and PC are a range of sterile depth filters for process air and gas applications. These pleated depth filters consist of a three-dimensional borosilicate depth media, achieving a void volume of 95%, designed to ensure a high containment capacity at high flow rates and low differential pressure.

Compfil™ SF

A range of sintered steel sterile filters for gases, liquids and steam, the CompfilTM SF filter is designed for removal of particles from gases, liquids and steam. The SF consists of a re-generable isostatically pressed filter cylinder made from sintered stainless steel. The retention rate ranges from 1μm to 25μm.

Compfil™ AR 

A range of pre and final filters with absolute retention rate for particle removal from aqueous solutions, water and other liquids, as well as gases. The AR consists of a regenerable stainless steel mesh, with stainless steel outer guard and end caps. The retention rate ranges from 5μm up to 250μm.