Being in the manufacturing industry, you know that virtually every process creates some type of dust, mist or fume. It is important to protect employees and equipment on a day-to-day basis. Air filtration started in industrial facilities to protect the HVAC system and increase the yield in processes, thereby increasing profit dollars.
Large particles produced from machinery, fine particles consistent with any process that involves high activity in process or with people and gaseous contaminants are all problems that may be addressed with air filtration. Here we can show you how to protect your workers, equipment and processes in any facility.
Low pressure drop GTC air filters minimize filter replacement requirements, improve power output, and lower fuel consumption.Manufacturing and Machinery Case Studies Energy and Power Systems
Frequent pressure and short filter replacement intervals led to high operational costs. Camfil's Cam-Flo air intake pre-filters and CamGT EPA air filters met their goal of 8000 hours of life and reduced pressure drop by 50%.Manufacturing and Machinery Case Studies Energy and Power Systems
Plant located in the Gulf Coast of Louisiana upgrades to the Cam-Flo pocket air filters and CamGT 4V-300 EPA E10 filters after tests show lower pressure drop, lower engine degradation, and signifcant savings as a result of filtration.
Hinkley Point C in Somerset, United Kingdom is amongst the safest and most efficient nuclear power generator that is type of a Pressurised Water Reactor (PWR). With hundreds of megawatts electrical production in planning, safety of the process becomes a key concern.
A repeal of the Clean Power Plan, lead by no less than the Environment Protection Agency (EPA) itself, could very well drive a spike in demand for commercial air filters.
Case Study: Clean Air For Leading Beverage Manufacturer. Air is the only ingredient involved in every aspect of food and beverage manufacturing. Air comes into contact with products from storage of goods all way to packaging. How can we help to keep your food processes safe?