Amazon Filters launches SupaSep LGP coalescer for oil and gas processing

Filter manufacturer Amazon Filters has launched a new high-performance product range to support critical filtration processes in the oil and gas industries.
SupaSep LGP is the latest evolution of the UK company’s liquid-gas coalescers, used extensively in cost-effective upstream, midstream and downstream operations.
The new filters can be supplied complete in a bespoke housing or as direct retrofits for products such as Pall Seprasol or Parker Peco DynaCeptor.
They incorporate a patented process for both interpleat and meltblown drainage configurations and to combat re-entrainment of fluids in the housing outlet through a robust barrier.
SupaSep LGP is designed to provide efficiency and drainage performance essential to many high-flow filtration and separation processes.
As well as removing contaminants, including liquid-aerosol contamination, well-designed coalescers protect machinery and equipment, minimise costly unscheduled downtime and ensure the final purity of output.
Amazon Filters, based in Surrey, has long supplied the oil and gas industries with bespoke water filtration solutions involving expertise in polymer fibre-based coalescing.
This technology complements the 35-year-old company’s filter housings, meltblown depth and pleated cartridge filters, and other essential products. Neil Pizzey, Amazon Filters managing director, said: “We stand ready to play our part by providing the oil and gas industry with reliable products such as SupaSep LGP as part of bespoke solutions that drive efficiencies and transform operational performance.”
The launch of SupaSep LGP is the latest innovation enabled by a £750,000 (€841,000) investment in manufacturing capacity at its international production centre in Camberley.
The launch of SupaSep LGP follows the completion of a rigorous laboratory testing programme conducted in partnership with the Faculty of Chemical and Process Engineering at Warsaw University of Technology.

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