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Parker Domnick Hunter is to exhibit a range of separation and purification solutions at the Hannover Fair on 20-24 April 2009.

The company said it will display a selection of its energy- and cost-saving solutions, with the food and beverage industry in mind.

Parker Domnick Hunter’s suite of pre-treatment solutions include Oil-X Evolution compressed air filters and Pneudri adsorption dryers that provide delivered air quality in accordance with ISO 8573-1:2001.

Oil-X Evolution compressed air filters consist of coalescing filter grades for the removal of water and oil aerosols, solid particulates and micro-organisms, dust filter grades for the removal of dry particulate and micro-organisms, and oil vapour removal filters.

These filter ranges are necessary to meet the air-quality standards required by many critical applications and processes within industries such as pharmaceutical, medical, chemical, electronics, and food and beverage applications, and also meet the Food Grade Compressed Air Code of Practice as recommended by the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) and the British Retail Consortium (BRC).

Pneudri heatless and heat-regenerative dryers can clean and dry compressed air down to a pressure dewpoint of -40C as standard.

For critical applications, Pneudri can be specified with a pressure dewpoint of -70C.

A pressure dewpoint of -26C or better will not only prevent corrosion, but will also inhibit the growth of micro-organisms within the compressed air system, which is particularly beneficial to the food industry.

Parker Domnick Hunter will also showcase its latest Midigas on-site food-grade nitrogen gas generator at the Hannover Fair.

The updated Midigas and Maxigas ranges are suitable for small-to-medium and medium-to-large nitrogen requirements respectively.

They make on-demand nitrogen gas from compressed air and are alternatives to traditional nitrogen sources for a range of applications in the food and beverage industry such as modified atmosphere packaging, gas flushing, pressure transfer and blanketing of foodstuffs and raw materials.

Visitors concerned about the challenging economic climate will benefit as the generators present users with the opportunity to save up to 90 per cent on nitrogen gas costs due to a low lifecycle ownership cost and quick pay-back period.

In addition, on-demand functionality allows greater control over nitrogen production, therefore limiting waste and providing good energy efficiency, while operating from a small compressor facilitates low energy consumption.

Parker Domnick Hunter’s range of analytical gas generators produces cost-effective, premium quality gases from a compact, on-site source.

Hydrogen gas generators will be on display at the fair and offer gas chromatography users in the food and beverage industry fast analysis, optimised resolution and long column life.

They also offer a safe, cost-effective and environmentally friendly alternative to the rising price of the non-renewable source of helium.

Visitors to the company’s stand at the Hannover Fair will learn how built-in safety features, including software control and multiple fail-safe safety alarms, mean all the benefits of hydrogen can be reaped, while safety concerns are avoided.

Nitrogen gas generators designed to match the gas requirements of liquid chromatography-mass spectrometry instrumentation facilitate optimum performance and will also be exhibited.

In addition, robust and totally regenerative carbon molecular sieve technology guarantees durability and lifetime cost-effectiveness.

Parker Hannifin — Parker Sales UK

With annual sales exceeding $10bn, Parker Hannifin is the world's leading manufacturer of motion and control technologies and systems, providing precision-engineered solutions for a wide variety of commercial, mobile, industrial and aerospace markets.

To meet its customers' needs in motion and control, Parker provides the broadest range of products available from any single supplier. This is supported by expertise in nine major technologies:

  • Hydraulics
  • Pneumatics
  • Electromechanical
  • Filtration
  • Process control
  • Fluid and gas handling
  • Sealing and shielding
  • Climate control
  • Aerospace

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