Tapflo Introduces FTA Filter Units

09.07.2015

Standard FTA Filter is delivered with Tapflo Centrifugal Magdrive CTM series pump, that provides safe and leakage free operation. Depending on the unit size FTA filters are available with 1, 3 or 7 twenty inch (20”) polypropylene filter cartridges available in standard porosities of 50, 20, 10 and 1 μm.

Tapflo Introduces FTA Filter Units

Tapflo Introduces FTA Filter Units to offer complete range of Galvanic & Surface Treatment industry solutions (Image: Tapflo)

Many hazardous chemicals are used in surface treatment processes. An important issue is to provide a safe environment throughout the process from pre-treatment, surface treatment, after treatment to waste handling. This involves encapsulation and automation of the process and handling of chemicals. Safe and reliable pumps and filters are important components to create a safe process.

Standard FTA Filter is delivered with Tapflo Centrifugal Magdrive CTM series pump, that provides safe and leakage free operation. Depending on the unit size FTA filters are available with 1, 3 or 7 twenty inch (20”) polypropylene filter cartridges available in standard porosities of 50, 20, 10 and 1 μm.

According to Wojciech Chyrek - Product Manager at Tapflo: ” FTA filters made in PP, with high resistance for Acids and Alkali, find big use in surface treatment when is a need of liquids purification.

The whole surface treatment process quality often relies on the bath filtration quality. As there are many hazardous substances used, it is of paramount importance to ensure these chemical ale handled in a safe way. To sum up Tapflo is here to provide you with reliable solutions that increase both quality and safety of your surface treatment processes.“

Source: Tapflo AB

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