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We’ll make sure you’re getting the best out of your filtration system and housings from chemicals and coatings.
Discover our range of chemical filters, coatings filters, housings, and bespoke filtration capabilities.
At Amazon Filters, we work closely with our customers to design efficient and cost-effective solutions, so you maintain the high quality of your chemicals and coatings. Whether you want to remove particulate contaminants in raw bulk starter chemicals or are classifying pigmented inks used on state-of-the-art printheads – we can help with the development of bespoke filters and filter housings.
As a leading chemical filters manufacturer, we’re equipped to design a solution for your filtration system, no matter how complex. From highly viscous resins to volatile solvents we have a viable solution for all applications.
New innovative ink formulations that are developed in the laboratory need a robust filtration train that is viable in production. We’ll work with your R&D team to create a successful digital ink filtration system for you.
We can provide the optimal filtration train for a wide range of inks and coatings filtration needs. From cleaning up of raw starter materials to the fine classification of inks.
In the inks and coatings industry, it's critical that your filtration process is effectively managed and fully optimised.
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Your filtration solution cannot let you down. It’s a crucial part of your production process. The best filtration systems mean the difference between assured product quality and damage to your bottom line.
Discover the latest advances that are making filtration cleaner, safer, and more efficient.
Membrane filtration continues to be one of the most widely-used methods of filtration for dye-based digital inks. But with high production costs, minimal dirt holding capacity, and limited shelf life, why do so many digital ink manufacturers still use these expensive filters?
The chemicals and coatings industry faces some unique filtration challenges. The liquids they filter can be highly viscous. They also work in high-temperature environments, and applications often involve using volatile chemicals.
The market for digital printing inks is set to grow by 6.6% CAGR to $4.3B by 2026. The pigmented inks segment of this market continues to gain significant market share, with dye-based inks accounting for over 60% of production.
By shifting the focus to lifetime savings, you can ensure consistent, high-quality output without impairing production; all whilst improving your bottom line.