About the application
A new to market timber treatment created via chemical reaction requires high accuracy filtration to remove partially or unreacted elements of the production process which otherwise would continue to react and spoil the product in storage.
A particularly difficult solution to deal with as the individual raw elements of the final product each have very specific handling and compatibility requirements which was found to change dramatically post reaction stage of production.
In order to reduce production time and stabilize the finished product for prolonged storage (shelf life) the customer and Rosedale Products Europe have worked together through various stages of development targeting not only the very accurate requirement of the production process but also a requirement for fast and easy replacement, batch runtime lifespans and cost effectiveness for production price points.
Finally developing a combination membrane media with additional structural integrity and customised seals to combat the chemicals nature to deform the common materials. The primary media structure being of a glass pleat with secondary and tertiary elements to target the unreacted elements to a 1micron level with 99.95% efficiency, to meet the client requirement, all encased in a mesh for clean handling, cored with stainless steel for structural integrity and capped with aluminium for seal support.
In house material testing and compatibility analysis
Reactive and agile UK based manufacturing
Material knowledgebase and history
*Image of glass pleat filter cartridge
Ability to stock hold without perishable constraint
Consistency in product for supply to wholesale and market
Production supported with standard batch maintenance
Easy, quick and clean changeouts with minimal tools and protective equipment
Waste product that is contained and easy to dispose of within existing waste channels