Keystone Filter, Met-Pro Corp.
Keystone Filter is a leading provider of filtration solutions, offering a wide variety of technologies that are adaptable and scalable for a broad range of filtration and purification applications. Markets served include medical, pharmaceutical, nuclear, aircraft, process chemicals, commercial printing and various water markets ranging from home drinking water filters to commercial and industrial water treatment systems. Keystone Filter is also one of the premier cartridge filter manufacturers in the United States, offering standard and custom designs that utilize state-of-the-art filtration media technology.

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2385 North Penn Rd.
Hatfield, PA 19440
United States
Toll-free: 800-822-1963
Phone: 215-822-1963
Fax: 215-997-1839

Product Categories

Activated Carbon Equipment; Filter Bags; Filter, Cooling Tower; Filter, Plate & Frame; Filtration

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