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Selecting Long-Life Filters - Cautions in Using Dirt Capacity

Dirt capacity continues to be a widely requested rating factor for filters because it seems easy to measure and understand. It is often used to predict filter service life or to compare filters. Unfortunately, dirt capacity alone is of little value in estimating filter service life or in comparing the relative service lives of competing filters.
Dirt capacity continues to be a widely requested rating factor for filters because it seems easy to measure and understand. It is often used to predict filter service life or to compare filters. Unfortunately, dirt capacity alone is of little value in estimating filter service life or in comparing the relative service lives of competing filters.
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Extending The Service Life Of Hydraulic And Lubrication Fluids

Environmental considerations and stringent Federal and local regulations governing serviced fluid disposal and pollution prevention have become an accepted fact of life in industry. This has resulted in higher costs and liabilities being involved in fluid disposal. There is increasing awareness of the major economic benefits associated with extending the service life of hydraulic and lubricating fluids which include reduced fluid disposal costs and reduced new fluid procurement and replenishment costs.
Environmental considerations and stringent Federal and local regulations governing serviced fluid disposal and pollution prevention have become an accepted fact of life in industry. This has resulted in higher costs and liabilities being involved in fluid disposal. There is increasing awareness of the major economic benefits associated with extending the service life of hydraulic and lubricating fluids which include reduced fluid disposal costs and reduced new fluid procurement and replenishment costs.
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Measuring Water Content as Percent of Saturation

In the same way that air is said to have 100% relative humidity when it contains all the water it can hold, a fluid is said to be saturated when it contains all the dissolved water it can hold. It is widely accepted that free water represents the major cause of problems associated with water contamination.
In the same way that air is said to have 100% relative humidity when it contains all the water it can hold, a fluid is said to be saturated when it contains all the dissolved water it can hold. It is widely accepted that free water represents the major cause of problems associated with water contamination.
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Differential Pressure Indicators and Switches

Do you know when to change your filters? Differential pressure (∆P) indicators and switches are instruments that provide a visual reading of the pressure on the inlet versus the outlet side of the filter element in order to notify the operator of the filter condition.
Do you know when to change your filters? Differential pressure (∆P) indicators and switches are instruments that provide a visual reading of the pressure on the inlet versus the outlet side of the filter element in order to notify the operator of the filter condition.
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Capital Equipment Maintenance in Industrial Filtration

Capital equipment is typically one of the most expensive assets for any business and as such, regular maintenance will extend the life of capital equipment, reduce capex, and mitigate the risk of unplanned downtime.
Capital equipment is typically one of the most expensive assets for any business and as such, regular maintenance will extend the life of capital equipment, reduce capex, and mitigate the risk of unplanned downtime.
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5 Fluid Sampling Procedures for Industrial Lubrication

Obtaining accurate and reliable fluid cleanliness data quickly in order to detect abnormal contamination is a key factor in ensuring the efficiency of industrial processes and reducing downtime.
Obtaining accurate and reliable fluid cleanliness data quickly in order to detect abnormal contamination is a key factor in ensuring the efficiency of industrial processes and reducing downtime.
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Fluid Condition Monitoring

Industrial manufacturing processes can be extremely sensitive to the presence of contaminants in fluids. It is important to monitor the condition of your fluid to meet cleanliness standards and avoid potential critical system failures.
Industrial manufacturing processes can be extremely sensitive to the presence of contaminants in fluids. It is important to monitor the condition of your fluid to meet cleanliness standards and avoid potential critical system failures.
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Advanced Filtration Optimizes High-Viscosity Blow-Fill-Seal

What was putting a choke-hold on sterile filtration throughput? Spanish CMO Unolab switched to Pall’s polyethersulfone membrane filters and solved a challenging issue.
What was putting a choke-hold on sterile filtration throughput? Spanish CMO Unolab switched to Pall’s polyethersulfone membrane filters and solved a challenging issue.
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Making Crossflow the Perfect FIT for Small Wineries

The Oenoflow FIT System is a new modular crossflow system specifically designed for wine clarification and polish filtration at small wineries. Components or “modules” can be coupled together like puzzle pieces to configure systems that FIT the specific working needs of each winery.
The Oenoflow FIT System is a new modular crossflow system specifically designed for wine clarification and polish filtration at small wineries. Components or “modules” can be coupled together like puzzle pieces to configure systems that FIT the specific working needs of each winery.
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AcroPrep Advance DNA binding plate ensure DNA recovery and quality

DNA binding plates are employed as a basis for automated DNA isolation from blood for a broad variety of diagnostic tests. Such assays are used for disease detection, prognosis, and monitoring. Although these tests often utilize the same well-established automation platforms as basic research, they require a higher degree of robustness and sample consistency in terms of DNA yield, concentration, and quality.
DNA binding plates are employed as a basis for automated DNA isolation from blood for a broad variety of diagnostic tests. Such assays are used for disease detection, prognosis, and monitoring. Although these tests often utilize the same well-established automation platforms as basic research, they require a higher degree of robustness and sample consistency in terms of DNA yield, concentration, and quality.
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SepraSol™ Plus Liquid/Gas Coalescer Solves Foaming in Amine Unit

A Middle East gas production company operates a major gas processing plant which produces sales gas and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL). The plant processes non-associated and associated gas from onshore oil production plants. After a compression stage, the sour feed gas continues through the Acid Gas Removal Unit (AGRU), or the amine unit, to remove acid gases before the dehydration units and the cold section.
A Middle East gas production company operates a major gas processing plant which produces sales gas and Natural Gas Liquids (NGL). The plant processes non-associated and associated gas from onshore oil production plants. After a compression stage, the sour feed gas continues through the Acid Gas Removal Unit (AGRU), or the amine unit, to remove acid gases before the dehydration units and the cold section.
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Pall’s AquaSep® Coalescer Removes Water from Diesel, Downstream of Hydrotreater Steam-Stripper in a Refinery

A major Canadian oil company operates a 138,000 bbl/day refinery near Edmonton, Alberta. The refinery produces steam-stripped, light and heavy ultralow sulphur diesel (ULSD). Stream flow rates are 21,875 bbl/day and 36,590 bbl/day, respectively. The hydrotreater is UOP licensed Unionfining technology. It employs steam stripping to fractionate hydtrotreated product.
A major Canadian oil company operates a 138,000 bbl/day refinery near Edmonton, Alberta. The refinery produces steam-stripped, light and heavy ultralow sulphur diesel (ULSD). Stream flow rates are 21,875 bbl/day and 36,590 bbl/day, respectively. The hydrotreater is UOP licensed Unionfining technology. It employs steam stripping to fractionate hydtrotreated product.
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Particulate and water removal solutions for diesel fuel applications

With increasing operating costs (e.g., fuel usage cost, equipment downtime cost) and strict environmental legislation (e.g., GHG emissions), the mining industry faces difficult challenges when running fleets of large diesel powered engines. To ensure optimum engine performance and reliability, particulate and water contamination in diesel fuel must be controlled to acceptable (specification) limits. Standard on-board fuel filters are not designed to handle high levels of contamination. Therefore, to prevent premature plugging and frequent change-outs of on-board filters, fuel cleanliness should be controlled throughout the entire fuel supply chain.
With increasing operating costs (e.g., fuel usage cost, equipment downtime cost) and strict environmental legislation (e.g., GHG emissions), the mining industry faces difficult challenges when running fleets of large diesel powered engines. To ensure optimum engine performance and reliability, particulate and water contamination in diesel fuel must be controlled to acceptable (specification) limits. Standard on-board fuel filters are not designed to handle high levels of contamination. Therefore, to prevent premature plugging and frequent change-outs of on-board filters, fuel cleanliness should be controlled throughout the entire fuel supply chain.
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Safe and Convenient Cord Blood Collection for Vaginal Births and Cesarean Sections

Cord blood banks have traditionally used two types of collection models. One model employs the use of an obstetrician or midwife to perform the collection during the third stage of labor. The second method is performed by a cord blood bank staff member who receives the placenta after it has been delivered and brings it into a separate room to perform the collection. With the growing number of cesarean section deliveries, the need arose to perform the harvest in a sterile surgical field.
Cord blood banks have traditionally used two types of collection models. One model employs the use of an obstetrician or midwife to perform the collection during the third stage of labor. The second method is performed by a cord blood bank staff member who receives the placenta after it has been delivered and brings it into a separate room to perform the collection. With the growing number of cesarean section deliveries, the need arose to perform the harvest in a sterile surgical field.
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Improve your process and product with crossflow technology.

In recent years, ink jet ink and colorant formulators have faced an increasing number of challenges. The improved pigmented dispersions that are being developed have more complex chemistries, which cause the formation of micro-sized contaminant byproducts. Global competition has forced many ink jet ink and colorant formulators to reevaluate their processes and investigate new filtration and separation technologies to drive down processing costs. In addition, the move toward greener practices in industry has placed emphasis on water recovery and closed-loop regenerable processes.
In recent years, ink jet ink and colorant formulators have faced an increasing number of challenges. The improved pigmented dispersions that are being developed have more complex chemistries, which cause the formation of micro-sized contaminant byproducts. Global competition has forced many ink jet ink and colorant formulators to reevaluate their processes and investigate new filtration and separation technologies to drive down processing costs. In addition, the move toward greener practices in industry has placed emphasis on water recovery and closed-loop regenerable processes.
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Major Northeast Power Plant Realizes Significant Cost Reductions in Condensate Water Treatment with Pall Hydro-Guard® Filters

A 775 MW combined-cycle plant in the northeastern United States was experiencing premature plugging of resin pre-coated, backwashable condensate filter cartridges with resin fines and contaminants. This occurred especially during start-ups, when the contamination loading is at its highest. In addition to short runs, the plant also experienced filter bypass, end-cap failures, and system trips due to high filter differential pressure. The plant has a 275 MW steam turbine generator that uses an air-cooled condenser. The condensate polishing system consists of two Pall Septra™ backwash vessels in parallel, with one in operation and one on standby. Each vessel contains 420 filter cartridges, 2.50˝ diameter by 80˝ long.
A 775 MW combined-cycle plant in the northeastern United States was experiencing premature plugging of resin pre-coated, backwashable condensate filter cartridges with resin fines and contaminants. This occurred especially during start-ups, when the contamination loading is at its highest. In addition to short runs, the plant also experienced filter bypass, end-cap failures, and system trips due to high filter differential pressure. The plant has a 275 MW steam turbine generator that uses an air-cooled condenser. The condensate polishing system consists of two Pall Septra™ backwash vessels in parallel, with one in operation and one on standby. Each vessel contains 420 filter cartridges, 2.50˝ diameter by 80˝ long.
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Novel Technological Solutions for Commercial Aircraft

In modern aircraft, the air in the cabin is provided by the environmental control system (ECS) which is designed to control the cabin pressure, cabin temperature, maintain air quality and filter/dissipate any particulate matter, smoke and odors that are present in the cabin.
In modern aircraft, the air in the cabin is provided by the environmental control system (ECS) which is designed to control the cabin pressure, cabin temperature, maintain air quality and filter/dissipate any particulate matter, smoke and odors that are present in the cabin.
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