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Osprey To Launch Blue-Sky Filter at INDEX

April 10, 2011

Filter caters to customers with increasing line speeds and higher SAP contents.

At INDEX,Osprey will launch Blue-Sky filter, the result of more two years of research and testing. According to Marty Price, Osprey’s head of product development, “The Blue-Sky filter was developed for customers with increasing line speeds and higher SAP contents in mind. This new filter provides HEPA quality air filtration without the use of an Osprey final filter or disk section.”

The Blue-Sky breakthrough has many advantages including the following: highest filtration level available; lower initial equipment cost; reduced explosion risk and higher safety rating; new seal and media design; no compressed air and associated noise; lower energy cost; new high capacity pockets; patented Phoenix design available; and inlet pressure control loop.
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