Case Study | March 5, 2014

Bags Don't Cut It: Achieve Better Throughput With V-Max

Source: Pentair
PentairChemvmax

A Northeastern chemical manufacturer is currently utilizing 50 um conventional bags at their blending and shipping loading rack. Where the existing fluid quality through the 50 um bags has been found to be acceptable, the unit is challenged by exceptionally high change out rates contributing to increased labor, which means increased costs and increased safety risks. They have also been experiencing reduced throughput.

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