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Powtech World Magazine Advertorial


Nordic Air Filtration’s manufacturing operation in Denmark has become compliant with the EC1935:2004 Regulation to meet the highest hygiene standards...


THIS MEANS THAT OUR FILTERS ARE MANUFACTURED WHILE


SATISFYING THE VERY HIGHEST HYGIENE


requirements. These are essential for the food and pharma production processes in terms of minimising the risk of contamination. The dust filters used in the food and beverage processes are subject to the EC 1935:2004 regulation, since they are considered the materials and articles intended to come into contact with foods.


THERE ARE A SET OF IMPORTANT RULES AND STANDARDS


WITH WHICH WE NOW COMPLY: ●


Regulation (EC) No. 1935/2004 - on materials and


articles intended to come into contact with food. ●


Contact Materials. ●


Regulation (EC) No.10/2011 - on substances and plastic materials permitted in manufacture of Food


Regulation (EC) No. 2023/2006 - on Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) which applies to all food-contact materials and all stages of manufacture, processing and distribution of materials and articles. We provide customised filtration solutions that meet the highest efficiency standards and the strictest hygiene requirements for food and beverage production.


SYNTHETIC WAVE SYSTEM - TOP INDUSTRY PERFORMANCE, REDUCED PRODUCTION AND MAINTENANCE COSTS The Synthetic Wave System was developed to enhance


the removal of fumes and fine dust, produced in challenging application segments. The Synthetic Wave System is available for both standard polyester- as well as high-efficiency ePTFE membrane media and has the


following advantages: ●


environment will be protected from harmful emissions. ●


example, the German dust limit (ASGW). ●


Higher dust collection - employees and the Secures compliance with general dust limits, for


It’s perfect for fine dust applications such as laser, plasma, welding and flame-cutting operations. Combining superior electro-spinning technology with a known base carrier, the Synthetic Wave System will bring a higher efficiency, enhanced filter life, and cost- savings for industrial filter collectors.


COMPANY INFORMATION


With over 10.000 filter configurations and 25 types of high-quality filter media, Nordic Air Filtration provides industrial dust filter solutions for an extensive amount of applications including abrasive, toxic, and explosive dust. Nordic Air also offers customised cartridge solutions and on-site technical field support. nordic-air-filtration.com |


info@nordic-air-fi ltration.com


NORDIC AIR FILTRATION


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