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Filtration/Reducing Iron Particles Reducing Iron Fragment Contamination: Discover the Filtration Solution That Takes the Heat

| Author / Editor: Kai Zhang* / Manja Wühr

How to reduce contamination from iron fragments, sand, and mineral particles in recycled cooling water — Production downtime tears a hole in manufacturers pockets. Preventing interruptions is therefore a main topic on the agenda of each production manager. Read in this article how the right filtration solution could reduce contamination in recycled cooling water and protect from system shut-downs and production loss.

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The strainer is designed for continuous, uninterrupted removal of entrained solids from liquids in pipeline systems.
The strainer is designed for continuous, uninterrupted removal of entrained solids from liquids in pipeline systems.
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No matter where you look you will see that industries worldwide rely on iron and steel as an integral component within projects such as ship building, bridge construction and railway infrastructure. The global appetite for these materials is huge and for most manufacturers of iron and steel, production is a 24/7 process.

China is a major supplier to the global iron and steel market. The well-known manufacturer Xinxing is based in He Bei Province, employs over 23,000 people in order to produce over 13,000,000 tons of high quality iron and steel annually. It is therefore imperative that the manufacturer’s processes are optimized to reduce the amount of production downtime in order to satisfy the ever growing global demand.