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RPA INTRODUCES NEW MAGNETICALLY COUPLED SELF-CLEANING FILTER

March 1, 2004
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Manufacturers who use liquid filters can now save as much as 30 minutes of labor per changeout with a new easy-access, low maintenance filter design from RPA Process Technologies. The MCF, RPA's next generation mechanically cleaned filter, utilizes an innovative, magnetically coupled drive technology that moves the cleaning disc without the need for external shaft or drive seals. By incorporating a design with no external seals, maintenance costs are reduced and there is no possibility of leakage. The MCF's simplified filter design also means there are very few wear parts, resulting in less routine maintenance and smaller spare parts inventory. When the MCF does require maintenance, its easy-access design makes service quick and simple. MCF paint and coating filters are ideal for highly viscous liquids such as paint, adhesives, resins, inks or other similar materials - as well as applications that require high filter media cleaning frequency.

For more information, visit http://www.rpaprocess.com/mcf, call (800) 656-3344 or e-mail info@rpaprocess.com.

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