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Coalescing Filter Housing – Easy Servicing?

Coalescing Filter Housing – Easy Servicing?

One question that is becoming more popular is about reducing servicing times. We like to address this challenge with the SV new designs. Traditional Coalescing Filter Housing Here we can see the traditional T-shaped coalescing filter housing fitted with a continuous drain. To gain access to the filter element the tube and fitting connected to…

Flare Gas Probe Application Video

Flare Gas Probe Application Video

Have a look at the video of ASaP’s Inclined Fall-back Stokes’ Law Probe. Using the SM106 series PTFE Membrane Housing this Flare Gas Probe solves the problem of plugging and fouling of the probe and keeps the downstream analyser system protected from unexpected fouling ensuring uninterrupted and trouble-free plant operation. PTFE Membrane Housings for the…

CO2 Scrubber and other Adsorber Housings

CO2 Scrubber and other Adsorber Housings

Adsorber Housings, with plastic or stainless steel bodies, are a simple, cost effective solution for the adsorption of various chemical vapours in a gaseous stream, for example a CO2 scrubber. The hollow tube, with integral filter diverts the gas flow to the base of the bowl allowing complete passage of gas through the adsorber granules. Simply remove the filter bowl…

Sample System Filters Offer Flexibility

 In this post we look at the importance of flexibility required when selecting the correct sample system filter. Process analysers continuously measure part of a process stream very accurately. The sample conditioning system is one of the most important issues for process analysis. Many analyser sample systems use a “fast loop” bypass flow to rapidly…

Video – Diesel Exhaust Analyser Filter Housings

Diesel Exhaust Analyser Filter Housings Many for our distributors and customers have asked us how specific products in our range work? So we have produced a video to cover this topic and show in this video the benefits of our “Diesel Exhaust Analyser Filter Housings“. Our filter housings are designed to be heated easily using a…

Air Quality and Emissions Show – 13th & 14th March 2013

Air Quality and Emissions Show – 13th & 14th March 2013

Classic Filters will be exhibiting our range of products suitable for analyser and emissions monitoring at the Air Quality and Emissions Show in Telford on the 13th & 14th March 2013. Visit our stand number 64 to discuss your filter applications. Topics being covered at AQE 2013 include: Ambient Monitoring, CEMS, Dioxin Monitoring, Mcerts, Regulation,…

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 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…