MINNEAPOLIS, March 3 -- When purity counts, process industry manufacturers around the world turn to Donaldson Company, Inc., (NYSE:DCI) for filtration solutions to provide quality sterile air, culinary steam and liquid filtration products. A new full-color brochure, Sterile Air, is now available that provides an overview of the complete line of filters and housings to create sterile air for process industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceutical, biotechnology, electronics and semiconductor, and healthcare.
In the world of process filtration, “sterile” means free of bacteria while “sanitary” has multiple meanings involving the protection of health, keeping elements free of contaminants that could cause harm, and being characteristically clean. Utilizing Donaldson process filter housings and elements, manufactures can generate bacteria-free air while maintaining clean environments for process applications.
In addition to contaminants such as dust, pollen, and aerosols of water, oil, and hydrocarbon, compressed air can contain bacteria with the potential to spoil product or otherwise cause harm. The Donaldson Ultradepth II™ P-STF filter element provides sterile compressed air and gas efficiently and effectively under extreme operating conditions. The Donaldson Ultradepth II P-BE filter element allows for sterile ventilation of stationary and mobile storage tanks and have been proven in thousands of applications. Both filter elements offer ≥ 99.999 percent retention at 0.01 micron and are in compliance with key industry specifications including FDA CRF Title 21, USP XX Class VI for plastics and cGMP requirements according to DIN EN ISO 9001.
Donaldson PG-EG sanitary grade filter housings are 3-A certified to assure that their design meets the rigid sanitary requirement of food, beverage and dairy industries. PG-EG housings are equipped with either Tri-Clamp or ANSI flange connections, offering very low differential pressure at high flow rates.
Donaldson PG-IL in-line filter housings are designed for sanitary filtration of liquids and gases where traditional T-style housings are not practical. The PG-IL housing, when used in gas service, can be oriented either horizontally or vertically. And Donaldson P-BE filter housings are used for sterile ventilation of stationary and mobile storage tanks used in the food, beverage, pharmaceutical and other industries. Its two-piece housing is designed to prevent liquids from coming into contact with the element itself. Available in multiple sizes, all three Donaldson filter housings are manufactured in stainless steel: PG-EG in 304 or 316L; PG-IL and P-BE in 316L.
Donaldson Compressed Air and Process filters are sold in North America through a network of distributors who specialize in serving Compressed Air and Process applications. To locate a sales outlet or for information on becoming an authorized Donaldson distributor, call 800-543-3634 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Since 1972, Donaldson Compressed Air and Process Filtration has been providing quality filtration products to process industries around the world. During that time, and continuing today, we have enhanced our offerings with an ever-broadening product portfolio covering sterile air, liquid and steam filtration needs. For more information on Donaldson Compressed Air and Process Filtration products, visit www.donaldson.com, or call (800) 543-3634.
About Donaldson Company
Donaldson is a leading worldwide provider of filtration systems that improve people’s lives, enhance our Customers’ equipment performance, and protect our environment. We are a technology-driven company committed to satisfying our Customers’ needs for filtration solutions through innovative research and development, application expertise, and global presence. Our employees contribute to the Company’s success by supporting our Customers at our more than 100 sales, manufacturing, and distribution locations around the world.
Donaldson is a member of the S&P MidCap 400 and Russell 1000 indices, and our shares trade on the NYSE under the symbol DCI. Additional information is available at www.donaldson.com.