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Dropout develops a new range of stainless products with down to 0.5 micron filtration (March 2013)

12 March, 2013

Dropout has made further developments in its range of high efficient liquid water separators and filters.

Following the successful launch of the company's aluminum product range Dropout has now completed development of a new stainless range available shortly. According to the company, not only will these products remove 99.999% of the liquid water in compressed air but also oil and solid contamination down to 0.5 micron.
 
The Dropout product's patented design is claimed to deliver this performance at pressures as low as 1 bar and flows of 1 l/min because their unique design does not rely on high flow or constant pressure to deliver the best results.
 
Dropout managing director Andy Bird commented: “We are committed to offer the compressed air industry truly new and innovate solutions to clean up the air and save the industry unnecessary cost."
 





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