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Parker Hannifin launches new Nano filters

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The Industrial Gas Filtration and Generation Division of Parker Hannifin Corporation, a leader in motion and control technologies, has announced the launch of ProTura® SB Nano Pleated Filters, a dust collection filter used in a variety of demanding applications.

The ProTura® SB Nano Pleated Filters use advanced nanofibre filtration technology. The filters are made from a 100% synthetic base media with a proprietary nanofiber layer applied to the collection surface, designed for demanding applications.

The BHA product portfolio now encompasses two filter types that leverage SB Nano coating which is proven to increase filter life when compared with filters using spunbond polyester filter media. Customers will also achieve higher efficiency and greater energy savings with lower average differential pressure over the life of the filter. The nanofibre layer in this pleated filter is durable against abrasive particulate.

“Our goal is to continue to develop superior, quality products that improve our customers’ baghouse performance and deliver value, such as longer filter life,” said David Collison, Business Unit Manager, Industrial Gas Filtration and Generation Division. “We have pleated and cartridge ProTura SB Nano filters and we will launch two more brand new, state-of-the-art filters yet this year.”

The ProTura SB Nano filters, both pleated and cartridge, will be manufactured at one of Parker’s Industrial Gas Filtration and Generation Division locations in Slater, MO.

Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/product-news/26022020/parker-hannifin-launches-new-nano-filters/

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