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Wet Dry Filter Manufacturers and Suppliers

IQS Directory provides a comprehensive list of wet dry filter manufacturers and suppliers. Use our website to review and source top wet dry filter manufacturers with roll over ads and detailed product descriptions. Find wet dry filter companies that can design, engineer, and manufacture wet dry filters to your companies specifications. Then contact the wet dry filter companies through our quick and easy request for quote form. Website links, company profile, locations, phone, product videos and product information is provided for each company. Access customer reviews and keep up to date with product new articles. Whether you are looking for manufacturers of wet dry washable filters, freshwater wet dry filters, wet dry filter sump pumps, or customized wet dry filter of every type, this is the resource for you.

Leading Companies:

  • Middletown, CT 800-543-5843

    Liquid filters are just a part of our complete line of filters and cartridges. Shelco is dedicated to providing our customers with excellent quality customer service and high quality products. This is shown through our state-of-the-art research and development team working to increase performance while reducing costs. We take pride in the fact that Shelco filters are distributed and used all over the world in a wide range of high-purity applications.

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  • Coraopolis, PA 800-925-0011

    TIGG Corporation specializes in using activated carbon as filtration media for air and water purification for environmental remediation, industrial processing and municipal water treatment. TIGG designs and manufactures activated carbon filtration equipment and systems with more than 60 standard modular activated carbon absorbers for vapor and liquid applications.

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  • SPRING, TX 713-253-0100

    Clean Liquid Systems is a leading manufacturer of air and liquid filters. Our number one priority is to create the best filters that match the needs of our customers. We strive to have a fast turnaround while not reducing the quality of our products. Filtration is the only thing we do and ensure that we make our products right. We provide our customers with hundreds of years of experience and great prices to keep them competitive.

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  • Ann Arbor, MI 800-237-1165

    We manufacture liquid filters for customers of all sizes! There is no job too small or too large for us to handle when it comes to liquid filters and we love a challenge! Since our inception, we have been dedicated to providing our customers with excellent quality customer service and high quality products sure to keep you coming back to us for all of your needs. For more information on what we are able to do for you visit our website today!

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  • East Rochester, NY 800-633-2143

    Our porous ceramic filters are high-performance liquid filters, gas filters and even chemical filters (when used with anything that doesn't attack glass). Diffuser filters for sewage treatment come in dome, disc, plate and tube shapes. Our filters can be molded or machined to the shape you need.

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Wet Dry Filter Industry Information

Wet Dry Filter

The most common application is in aquatic and fishery industries, where wet dry filters are used to cleanse and oxygenate the water and environment for industrial, commercial and domestic aquariums. These liquid filters use gravity to pull used water from an aquarium or marine environment. This fresh or salt water is run through a series of filter media before being returned to the tank or body of water from which it came. Wet/dry vacuum cleaners employ the second type of wet dry filter. These mechanisms are used in a much wider arena of industrial applications including metalworking, water treatment, woodworking, agricultural, oil and petroleum, food processing, construction, automotive, recycling and more. To distinguish between the two types, these are often referred to as wet/dry vac filters. Simple in design and function, wet dry vacuum filters use gravity and prevent the variable liquids and debris collected from workshop, warehouse and garage environments from being exhausted back into the environment.

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Design of Wet Dry Filters

Aquatic wet dry filters, also referred to as trickle filters, are located below a tank or aquarium and use gravity to cyclically draw water down into a large container where it passes through a pre-filter, often made of expanded foam that allows the water to pass but blocks larger particulates. The liquid then passes through chemical resins and activated carbon or clay, which absorbs organic or dissolved organic pollutants. Once enough water accumulates at this level it drips down to the final stage of filtration, collecting oxygen along the way. This is a biological filter, which uses bacterial colonies of digestive microbes to purify the water. Wet dry filters utilized by industrial vacuums also use gravity as the driving force but are much simpler in design. Powerful motors generate fans that draw air, liquids such as coolant, water and oil as well as materials including dust, dirt, wood and metal chips and even complete parts such as dropped nuts and bolts up into a hose that is connected to a large metal or plastic canister. While paper and other traditional filtration may be temporarily put in place if the vacuum is collecting only dry materials, it must be removed before encountering liquids that will quickly degrade the filter. As the flow of materials reaches a central housing it slows down considerably, allowing the debris to drop down into a bucket or compartment below. The force of gravity removes the majority of large particulates and impurities, while the air continues through. If further purification is required, the air is forced through one or more membrane filters, which may be made of fibrous materials such as nylon, fiberglass or cotton; expanded thermoplastic foams, such as polytetrafluoroethylene may also be used. Thoroughly purified air is then exhausted back into the atmosphere.



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