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September 25, 2017 Filter House Performance Assessment Saves Full Set of Filters

A Midwestern peaking facility had changed filters less than 18 months earlier only to see progressive turbine output degradation.  The Plant Manager of the facility contacted Nederman MikroPul to discuss the issue.

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August 07, 2017 Dealing with Moisture in Air Inlet Filtration Systems

Learn about types of moisture, key terms, fiber and media types, separation, and freezing.

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June 23, 2017 Nederman HEPA filter features 30% lower flow restriction

The STMPXL E10 V-Cell filter was developed with a proprietary composite structure of fine synthetic fibers. The naturally low flow coefficient of synthetic fibers provides less frictional resistance.

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April 12, 2017 Ten Minute Tips at WTUI

End Users at WTUI benefited from short ten minute presentations. Nederman Pneumafil offered three ten minute presentations on each of the three days of the recent WTUI Users conference.

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January 27, 2017 Safety First - Nederman Field Techs and Sales Get Certified

Field Technicians and Sales Teams for both Nederman MikroPul and Nederman Pneumafil company employees undergo annual safety training in Nederman Corporate Training Center. 

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November 07, 2016 Notes from 7EA Users Conference in Hershey, PA

The vendor exhibit was a great event hosted at the Hershey Lodge on Wednesday November 2nd. 40+ users stopped by the Nederman Pneumafil booth with topics including solutions for icing of inlet filters, replacement of evaporative cooling components and field inspections of equipment.

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October 31, 2016 Controlling Scale and Dirt in Evaporative Cooling Pads

Proper water distribution is the single most important way of prolonging pad life. The water will flush away dirt and contaminants which may be harmful to the pad.

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October 03, 2016 Electrostatic charges – Good or Bad

Why was EN779 revised? Because there were too many examples both in the field and in the laboratory where electrostatic charges (naturally occurring or induced by the suppler) dissipated allowing the efficiency to reduce below levels expected by end users…

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August 30, 2016 Understanding the term “Hydrophobicity”

The term Hydrophobic is thrown around quite a bit by filter manufacturers these days. Why? Because water and moisture are significant contributors to degrading filter performance. The fact is that almost every synthetic fiber media can offer some level of water repellency. The question is how repellant is that surface when you pull or push that moisture under pressure?

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