Newark Wire Cloth Co. to Exhibit at WEFTEC 2016

July 7, 2016
Company to present products & water quality solutions

Newark Wire Cloth Co. of Clifton, N.J., announced it will exhibit at WEFTEC 2016, Sept. 24 to 28, at the New Orleans Morial Convention Center in Booth 7944.

The company’s engineered filtration products include vessel internals, filter leaves and strainers. Components are all manufactured to a client’s specifications and are used worldwide in water treatment, environmental, aerospace, pharmaceutical, food, chemical, automotive and medical industries. Newark provides business, engineering, and manufacturing experience, an ISO 9001:2008 management system, and material and process control.

Within the water and process industries product line, Newark offers engineered vessel internals for ion exchange, activated carbon and sand filtration systems. Products include hub and header lateral systems, filter nozzles, flat beds, collectors, distributors and “SaniWedge” wedge wire or screen-wrapped lateral systems. The company also rebuilds and rescreens existing laterals.

Filter Leaf filters—one of the oldest forms of filtration processes—are used in every process field. “SaniLeaf” is a construction consisting of precision woven filter cloth, “SaniGrid” high flow chamber and accurately machined outlets. This results in a more uniform cake buildup and pressure distribution, increasing filtration cycles and reducing downtime.

The company’s product line of SaniClean 3A Strainers is engineered to suit each client’s process requirements and is manufactured in single and duplex configurations. Newark offers perforated, wire mesh, synthetic and “SaniWedge” wedge wire filter elements.

WEFTEC conference participants are encouraged to stop by Booth 7944 to learn more about the company’s products and water quality solutions. To find the exact location of Booth 7944, use the 2016 WEFTEC Mobile App, available in the WEF Events App.

Source: Newark Wire Cloth Co.

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