Monthly Archive: avril 2015

Which Cartridge Design Is Best For Critical Applications?

People often discuss the different methods for defining the performance of their filter cartridge e.g.  beta ratios, percentage,  efficiencies, titre reductions, diffusion flow values etc. All of these have great merit as it is important to understand how the filter you have chosen to use will affect your process.    DOE and SOE Design Cartridges (DOE at front) Whilst most filter companies strive to provide their clients with the best performing cartridge and provide the …

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This entry was posted on 30th Apr 2015

Amazon Filters Win International Trade Business Award at the Toast of Surrey Business Awards

We have been presented with the award for ‘Best International Trade Business’ at the 2015 Toast of Surrey Business Awards ceremony held on 23rd April 2015. Sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce and run by the Surrey Advertiser, The Toast of Surrey Business Awards has delivered recognition to outstanding businesses across the county since 2009. We are delighted to have been presented with the award for Best International Trade Business in the 2015 awards ceremony …

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This entry was posted on 24th Apr 2015

Amazon Filters Win Toast of Surrey Business Award

Amazon Filters Ltd. is the proud winner of the International Trade Award from the Toast of Surrey Awards, which were held on Thursday 23rd April 2015.   Our Sales Director, Jeff Kirby, Export Sales Manager, David Keay, and our Marketing Manager, Keith Wickert attended the prize giving ceremony at the HG Wells Centre in Woking in all their finery, to accept the trade award on behalf of their colleagues and in recognition of our global …

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This entry was posted on 24th Apr 2015

Contamination Control in Ethane Vapour Stream

About the Project: The polymer manufacturer had instigated a project to increase the Ethane Vapourisation Capacity and recognised the need to remove traces of rust and hard deposits from the ethane vapour stream once it had passed through the new heat exchanger. Controlling these contaminants is vital to ensure optimum performance of the polypropylene production operation. The filter was to be installed as a Propylene Refrigerant Sub Cooler Guard Filter and located downstream of the …

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This entry was posted on 20th Apr 2015

Bespoke Enclosed Units Designed for Major Municipal Water Supplier

Client: Major Municipal Water Supplier Building Location: Several sites in the South of the UK Sector: Drinking Water Supply About the Project The water supply company identified nine critical boreholes that are at risk of producing water with high turbidity. If this is not addressed it can result in sub-standard water reaching householders and the supply company receiving significant fines and negative publicity. These nine sites were located at a variety of locations in several …

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This entry was posted on 16th Apr 2015

Contamination Control in Ethane Vapour Stream

Client: Major Manufacturer of Polymers Building Location: North Europe Sector: Polymers and Chemicals The polymer manufacturer had instigated a project to increase the Ethane Vapourisation capacity and recognised the need to remove traces of rust and hard deposits from the ethane vapour stream once it had passed through the new heat exchanger. Controlling these contaminants is vital to ensure optimum performance of the polypropylene production operation. The filter was to be installed as a Propylene …

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This entry was posted on 9th Apr 2015

Amazon Enhances Visitor Experience

To enhance the visitor experience Amazon Filters has made a further significant investment into improving its Camberley site. Amazon is pleased to announce the opening of a new Reception Area. It has a fresh clean open design which you can see in the photographs below. The refurbishment also includes a new meeting room suite with two private meeting rooms.  To further improve the visitor experience Amazon Filters also now has a full time receptionist. We …

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This entry was posted on 7th Apr 2015