The obvious reason for filtration in the first place is to ensure a level of effluent quality that ensures the required specifications are guaranteed to maintain an efficient operational process. Depending on the application there can be varying levels of micron size requirements and once this has been determined, it is imperative to choose a filter that can meet the chosen requirements cost effectively and be operationally feasible.
A reliable and predictable outcome is required each and every time to ensure the chosen filter performs to the client expectations without fail. Over the years there have been a lot of innovative technical advances to filtration but there is one constant that needs to be addressed and that is a consistent repeatable effluent quality with no compromises that can cause significant process damage and loss of revenue.
Choosing the correct filter for the application can be confusing and it is important to know that you are getting the results that you are paying for. At PS Filter® we take great pride in understanding the client’s requirements and work together to ensure we can meet or exceed their expectations each and every time.
Filtration can be confusing but it really doesn’t have to be when you take the time to evaluate the process to ensure a positive outcome and provide the best product for the application, based on real facts and over 30 years of actual filtration experience. The optimal choice ultimately comes down to the technology that best meets the performance and operating cost needs of the application.
Careful consideration, when choosing a liquid filtration system, will offer numerous potential benefits. A wise filter selection can minimize process downtime, reduce or eliminate waste disposal costs, limit worker exposure to the process liquid, reduce maintenance time and expense, and improve product quality. As a result, it is important to review all the available filtration options and identify potential areas where adding or upgrading filtration can provide cost savings.Request Information
As an Energy Industry Professional Neil has a well-rounded knowledge of what it takes to effectively produce oil and gas to maximize the benefit. For the past 34 years working in the Oil-Patch, Safety and Environmental Protection has always been important to Neil and his associates. Neil feels Energy Companies and the Industry have come a long way to do things better and safer while continuing to contribute to a Global Economy and continues to look at the future with a positive attitude.