There is no fiber migration in JNC cartridge filters since the materials of construction are thermally bonded in three dimensions. Circuit defects are prevented because JNC filters do not shed fibers, the filters remove particulate contaminants and the filters are compatible with a wide range of chemicals. Raw materials are thermally bonded in three dimensions. Moreover, since raw materials used to make filters can produce defects [craters, fish eyes, etc.], JNC filters do not shed thereby eliminating filter generated defects. Raw materials are thermally bonded in three dimensional fiber matrix. Moreover, the JNC filter process is not a chemical process with associated variability in production. As a result of the automated Chisso manufacturing processes, the filters are consistent and reproducible which translates to high quality filters. The filter raw materials are thermally bonded in a three-dimensional fiber matrix. Moreover, since the filters do not shed and can tolerate high pressures, defective circuit boards are reduced. Raw materials are thermally bonded in a three dimensional fiber matrix. Moreover, since the filters do not shed and can tolerate high pressures, high purity water is achieved.
D & D Filtration is one of the largest stocking distributors in the Northeast serving All New England States, New York, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia,and Eastern Pennsylvania.The company was started in 1988 and serves a diverse filter market that includes Biopharmaceutical, Semiconductor, Coating, Chemical, Industrial, Food and Beverage, Utility, and other industries. D & D Filtration not only provides product and service, but also consults to assist in resolving many of the most difficult problems in filtration.
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