Filtration and industrial supplies
Industrial filtration is no longer just a matter of complying with the environmental standards set by the authorities and gaining a valuable reputation on environmental issues. It is now a tool for raising productivity and saving energy.
Arrestance and pressure drop must balance exactly. The challenge is to find just the material mix, construction and finishing which combine the highest capacity with the lowest energy consumption. This applies not only for filter media for dust separation, but also to wet filter media for drum filters, disc filters and pressure vessel filters.
Supplying standard products at a low price and which meet only basic requirements is no longer enough. Today’s industrial customers demand filter materials “tailored” in the minutest detail to their particular processes.
This is where Nordifa has a major advantage, since we manufacture everything from scratch – transforming bales of raw fibre into functional filter media with the precise properties you require. This makes us unique in the Nordic Region.
PRODUCTS AND SERVICES
• Filter cloth for drum, belt and disk filters
• Filter for pressure vessel filter
• Filter bags, filter hoses and filter cassettes
• Filter cartridges
• Air filters for industrial applications
• Carbon filter cartridges
• Removing and fitting filter media
• Service and condition checks
• Accessories and aids
News about Filtration and Industrial Supplies
She was born in 1923 in New Kensington, USA, and trained as a chemist. Stephanie was recruited by DuPont in 1946, and she remained with them until 1986. In 1966, jointly with Herbert Blades, she developed a new para-aramid fibre, which eventually became known...
Nordifa’s Björn Åberg and David Ahlkvist were welcomed to the Bondex stand by the CEO Brian Little, the owner Ted Andrew legends in the filtration sector. The seminar programme during Filtech 2019 in Cologne covered hundreds of topics, ranging from practical...
The chemicals group, Evonik, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of synthetic fibres for technical applications. One of their exclusive products is P84 – a fibre with unique properties offering major advantages for filtration – trilobal fibre profile which ensures a large active area providing higher arrestance, excellent resistance to chemicals and low energy consumption thanks to its small pressure drop.
Many companies regard their filters as a necessary evil – and they just take it for granted that their installations will just keep on working. Lack of maintenance, however, is the most common cause of breakdowns, so we have asked Alexander Bornefalk, who heads...