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New Distributor for Slovenia

New Distributor for Slovenia

We are happy to announce that ECHO d.o.o. have been appointed as our distributor for Slovenia. Located in Slovenske Konjice, they are ready to provide local support for users of Classic Filters products. As with all our distributors, ECHO combine great experience with excellent customer service. This is something we pride ourselves in providing to…

Classic Filters Celebrates KEiBA Business Award Success

Classic Filters Celebrates KEiBA Business Award Success

Classic Filters is celebrating making it to the finals of the Kent Excellence in Business Awards 2012 which were hosted last week here in the UK. The achievement was celebrated at a glittering event at Priestfield, Gillingham Football Club, which was staged and produced by Kent County Council and The KM Group. What are the…

Neftegaz update – oil and gas exhibition in Russia

As our experience of Neftegaz 2012 reaches it’s third day I thought I’d share some more thoughts. This the exhibition for Russian and ex soviet states i.e. Belarus, Kazakhstan etc for oil and gas exploration and production and visitors are here from all over. One of the reasons Neftegaz is so well attended and important…

Video – How to do a filter housing service

Filter Housing Service – these videos are a brief explanation on how to install, service and change an element in a standard Tee-shaped Stainless Steel filter housing for both particulate and coalescing filtration. They are meant as a guide for distributors, customers, end users and engineers alike. Filter Housing Service, Part 1 Part 2 Part…

High capacity CNC milling centre – new machine arrival

High capacity CNC milling centre – new machine arrival

To improve our speed and quality of machining we decided some time ago that we needed a new large capacity CNC milling centre. Future proofing Classic Filters products With the markets in such a period of change we spent a lot of time planning what capabilities we required from our new machine. Through in-depth conversation…

Custom filter housing porting – alternative to standard T-shape filter ports

Have you ever needed a custom filter housing with ports in different places to the standard T-shaped filter design? This is actually one of our more common requests. As you well know the standard T-shaped filter design has the inlet to the left of the head and outlet to the right of the head. Increasingly…

Classic Filters welcomes new Russian Distributor

Classic Filters welcomes new Russian Distributor

We are pleased to announce that Monitoring Ventil and Fitting have been appointed as our exclusive distributor for Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan. MV&F have a proven record of giving an excellent local customer service and support in the instrumentation markets and the addition of Classic Filter products with strengthen this position. We have been prepared…

Filter Product News – SS117 and SS127 series are now rated at 350 bar

Filter Product News – SS117 and SS127 series are now rated at 350 bar

We have some great news. The very popular SS117 and SS127 series, our smallest internal volume 316L stainless steel filter housings, are now built as standard to 350 bar maximum working pressure. We know that most applications don’t require anywhere near this kind of pressure, but because we have been asked quite regularly for process…

Is your compressed air filtration system costing you money?

Generally engineers required to install a filter on a pressurised fluid system will go for the cheapest possible option. More often than not this will also be a sintered powder or granule filter element where it can be cleaned out and the element doesn’t need replaced very often. What is wrong with a sintered powder…

Is it possible to tell if a filter is blocked remotely?

Is it possible to tell if a filter is blocked remotely?

  Does your application need a differential pressure indicator? Recently we were asked to solve a problem for a company operating unmanned oil production platforms. The way these platforms work mean that all of the systems are monitored remotely. Unless something out of the ordinary happens no-one visits the platforms until the regular service visit. However, one…