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The Next Generation of Filter Media is EXTREMEly Efficient.

Donaldson Membranes are taking filtration to the next level with their new Tetratex® EXTREME ePTFE membrane filter media.

For use in industrial fabric filter applications, the aim of all Donaldson Tetratex ePTFE membranes is to maximise filtration efficiency, airflow and operational durability. The engineering of a membrane which satisfies any two out of these criteria is problematic enough; to create a membrane which not only meets, but exceeds ALL of these requirements is an EXTREMEly tough technical challenge, but one which Donaldson has met to date with their existing portfolio of Tetratex products.

Never a company to rest on their laurels, the Donaldson ethos of innovation and continuous development ensures a constant strive to enhance product performance and customer satisfaction. The result: Tetratex® EXTREME.

Tetratex EXTREME displays a significantly higher permeability to previous Tetratex membranes and delivers increased dust collector airflow characteristics and excellent particulate capture rates.

The complex structure of the membrane ensures particulate emissions can be maintained at near-zero levels for the operational life of the media.

Market Manager, Callum Baxendale, says of this new membrane: “EXTREME slots perfectly into the Tetratex product range. In today's world it is increasingly vital that Donaldson continues to provide solutions which not only meet customers' technical requirements but which also minimise impact on the environment, Tetratex EXTREME is further evidence of Donaldson's commitment in this regard.”

The new EXTREME membrane enhances Donaldson's already proven Tetratex ePTFE membrane portfolio, and is available in Polyester, Polyester Antistatic, Acrylic & Aramid Needlefelts and Pleatable Polyester.

For more information visit http://www.emea.donaldson.com/en/filtermedia/index.html

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