Filtration 2017 Preview
microfiltration composite media available in cellulose/
synthetic blends, synthetic/glass wetlaid and 100% synthetic wetlaid options.
• Fuel — Efficiency > 99.9% 4 micron and emulsified water separation from fuel is >95% in all-synthetic, nano-fiber, microfiber glass, and cellulose-based fiber options.
• Lube - Efficiency > 99% 20 micron while offering excellent capacity and cold start performance, available in cellulose based, to cellulose/synthetic blends, to full synthetic.
• HVAC / Pocket and Rigid Filter — NanoWave synthetic
media results in longest filter life through highest dust
The innovative simulation software GeoDict from Math2Mar-
ket GmbH is the most complete solution for the digital design
of filters and filter media. GeoDict is the answer to broaden the
boundaries of existing filters and to find new specialized solutions for filtration applications.
Starting from three-dimensional scans (µCT, FIB/SEM)
of filter media, CAD models, or user-defined parameters it is
straightforward to: model filter elements, pleats, and media,
such as nonwoven, woven, glass- and steel-fiber, metal and
plastic meshes, ceramics, foams, cellulose, membranes, diesel
and gasoline particulate filters; simulate gas and liquid filtration processes: air, water, oil, fuel; analyze porosity, pore size
distribution, bubble point, fluid flow, particle movement and
deposition, MPPS, depth filtration, cake formation, dust holding capacity; design filter media and pleats to fit specifications
and improve pressure drop, filter efficiency, filter selectivity, and
The GeoDict solution incorporates personalized support,
consultation, assistance and trainings in using simulation to
create and vary filter media designs, to optimize processes, and
to resolve complex filtration questions quickly and cost-effectively. The final goal is to cut prototyping and R&D costs and
gain a competitive edge by accelerating design and production.
Many customers call Midwest Filtration LLC the drug store of
nonwovens. At its booth, visitors will find many types of nonwovens in one place. These are stocked at its Cincinnati warehouse
in mill rolls and are ready to be converted by one of 12 re-rolling
and slitting machines in rolls ranging in width from one to 150
inches in a short turn time. In addition, die-cutting machines can
cut them into many shapes and sizes. Midwest Filtration’s highly
experienced seamers can sew and heat-seal them into tubes,
bags and sleeves.
At its booth this year, Midwest Filtration is featuring a new