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DeltaMAXX Cartridge filters with Nanofiber Filtration Technology deliver twice the filter life, ultra-clean air, and unparalleled cost savings. The DeltaMAXX sets the new standard of excellence for cartridge-filter performance.

Imperial Systems: DeltaMAXX Cartridge Filter with NanoFiber Filtration Technology

Jackson Center, PA | Posted on September 4th, 2013

Imperial Systems, Inc., has launched its DeltaMAXX cartridge filter, leaving all competitive models in the dust. By delivering twice the service life, ultra-clean air, and unparalleled cost savings, the DeltaMAXX, no matter how challenging the operating conditions, sets the new standard of excellence for cartridge-filter performance.

The DeltaMAXX's unique NanoFiber Filtration Technology, incorporating a very fine surface layer of synthetic fibers to prevent particulates from embedding into the media, ensures twice the service life, while providing the industry's highest ASHRAE MERV efficiency rating (15), versus others in its class. In controlled Mass Emission tests, the revolutionary Imperial product pulsed 94% less - and emitted 97% less contaminant - when pitted against major category brands.

Engineered primarily for use within Imperial's renowned CMAXX Compact Dust Collector and offered in a wide array of sizes, DeltaMAXX filters - with their superior nanofiber advantage over substrate-focused styles - also easily fit other well-known unit makes such as FARR, Torit, and AAF.

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About Imperial Systems DeltaMAXX filters
Imperial Systems is your dust-collection/air pollution control expert. The company designs, installs, and services complete systems, all backed by products and replacement parts that are constructed for optimal quality, safety, and value. Whether your work includes smoke from welding, plasma cutting, thermal spray, or carpentry, Imperial Systems has the dust collector to fill your needs.

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Jeremiah Wann
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800.918.3013

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