There are many filter types to choose from when specifying an industrial application liquid processing filter, but the optimal choice ultimately comes down to the technology that best meets the performance and operating cost needs of the application.
While the presentations at the 2014 Emerson Global Users Exchange varied widely around the theme of “Inspiring Ingenuity,” it was clear that the message for the delegation of press gathered to cover the event was Reliability, Reliability, Reliability.
Careful consideration when choosing a liquid filtration system will offer numerous potential benefits. The following highlights six important questions to ask to ensure the right filtration method is implemented for your specific application.
Endress+Hauser has traveled a long road in growing its U.S. business from its humble beginnings in the 1970s to where it stands now as the company’s largest market outside of Germany. The following timeline provides a sense of just how far E+H U.S. has come.
In 2012, the EPA revised its turbidity regulations, which required the City of Akron to reduce its 95 percent compliance level for turbidity from 0.3 to 0.15 nephelometric turbidity units (NTU), a reduction of its combined turbidity of 50 percent. GF Piping provided a solution that met Akron's needs on several levels.