Filtration Fundamentals Part 1: Fluid Cleanliness Concepts, Filter Ratings and Breaking the Chain Reaction of Wear
Filtration Fundamentals Part 1: Fluid Cleanliness Concepts, Filter Ratings and Breaking the Chain Reaction of Wear.
Join our Filtration experts and gain a comprehensive understanding of why filtration is necessary, where contamination comes from and what impact it can have in hydraulic and lube systems. We’ll also cover practical issues to help you select the correct filter media and learn best practices in how to overcome the most common of fluid cleanliness challenges. Register for all three sessions to get access to both the ‘live’ and On-Demand series.
Principal Technical Specialist
Tony is Principal Technical Specialist for Pall’s Asset Protection division working across industries including primary metals, power generation, pulp & paper and the automotive sector. He is responsible for the EMEA region and for automotive in-plant worldwide . His role encompasses technical support, project management and product development. He joined Pall 32 years ago and has been responsible for a range of technical roles within the company. Before joining Pall Corp, he was a hydraulic design engineer responsible for the design of actuators and electro hydraulic systems. Tony has an HND in Mechanical engineering from Southampton Solent University.
Area Sales Manager - UK
Matt is the Southern UK Area Sales Manager for Pall’s Asset Protection division, interacting with end users, channel partners and original equipment manufactures across a wide spectrum of industry.
Matt joined Pall in 2008, starting in customer services and transitioning into a number of roles including technical inside sales, telesales and now, Area Sales Manager. He has also worked in a number of cross divisional sales roles in Micro-electronics, Aerospace, Marine and Industrial Manufacturing.
Industrial Manufacturing Filtration Solutions | Pall Corporation webinar series
Purity challenges for Cathode Active Materials (CAM) and the separation and filtration solutions applied to overcome them.