here is no doubt that the world is currently going through a period of seismic change and the compressed

air industry is no exception. As the leading global equipment suppliers

streamline their product ranges, some users are concerned that they may not be able to obtain equivalent units as well as the same level of quality and service to which they have become accustomed. But end users may not realise that a good

percentage of the most common 60 cfm oil/water separator units can be traced back to the original SEPURA SEP 60 ST which was developed by parent company Bowman Stor in its own UK- based research and development facilities. This means that all customers can still

purchase filtration units that will be a perfect match for their existing equipment - the same size, same fittings, and offering the same superb level of performance that they have enjoyed previously. All they need to do is contact their SEPURA distributor. Bowman developed the SEP 60 over a

decade ago when it was introduced as the world’s first fully disposable separator - a compact, single use, quick fit design with the capacity to out-perform separators twice its size. At the core of this innovation was the revolutionary SILEXA filtration media - a fully sustainable, renewable, patented media made from recycled glass bottles. The development provided a multitude of benefits compared to traditional medias - 20 per cent more adsorbent, cleaner, lightweight, and requiring no pre-soaking. Installation and servicing are now faster and easier than ever, whilst outlet quality discharge is as low as 5ppm. All of this means that SEPURA products are delivering important ecological advantages - helping customers comply with legislation and meet their corporate and social responsibilities for a better environment. Having developed a global reputation and an

international network of distributors meeting demand in practically every part of the world, the SEPURA brand continues to go from strength to strength. And their exceptional product

The compact SEP 60 ST and its SILEXA contents.


standards have recently been given an additional stamp of approval with the achievement of the prestigious DIBt approval status for the key range of SEPURA oil-water separator units (SEP 60 through to SEP 2500). The DIBt (the German Institute for construction

SEPURA's SEP 60 ST unit

Technology) is a globally-recognised authority that ensures the technical fitness for an intended use of an innovative or non-standardised construction product, service or process. Bowman Stor’s managing director, Richard Potts says that the DIBt approval is a milestone in the ongoing evolution of the SEPURA range: “meeting the strict standards of this highly-respected, globally-recognised authority demonstrates that our manufacturing and quality assurance systems are on a level with the leading names in our industry. It also gives the necessary affirmation that, in a market where conformance

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is paramount, our separators are fit for purpose and reach the exacting demands required by building control personnel.” So it is good to know that while the SEPURA

range continues to expand and evolve, the same ideals of product excellence, reliability and conformance remain at the heart of everything they do. customers who want the superior condensate

filtration associated with genuine SEPURA separators and filters can onLy obtain them through SEPURA’s designated distributors. To place an order or for further information

on SEPURA’s unique range of filtration products email, call 01978 855995 or visit

Multi Factor Europe Tel: 01978 855995

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