Polyurethane Exhibition & Conference


India PUTECH2014

the Indian Polyurethane Association (IPuA) presents the 4th Polyurethane Exhibition & Conference in India - PU TECH 2014 to be held during 12-14 March 2014 at India Expo Centre, Greater Noida (near New Delhi), India
The Polyurethane Industry is one of the rapidly growing industries in India which has registered double digit growth during the past five years and is expected to double every four years in the coming decade. The 3-day PU TECH Exhibition will feature over 125 exhibitors that will bring together, raw material producers, equipment suppliers, end-users and the industry at large under one roof to provide for a comprehensive growth of technology and markets.
The two day PU TECH 2014 Conference will highlight the developments in the Polyurethane Industry, Processing Techniques, Machinery, Raw Material Innovations and user preferences etc.
Attending the PU TECH 2014 Exhibition and Conference provides a unique opportunity for the user industry and technology players in polyurethane to enter and enlarge their presence in this exciting growing market. Exhibitors and speakers from all major countries are present at PUTECH 2014

Don't miss the opportunity...Visit PU TECH 2014.....Mark your calendar today!

 

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Air Filter Car

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Used auto engine air filter, clean side
Used auto engine air filter, dirty side
Auto engine air filter clogged with dust and grime

A particulate air filter is a device composed of fibrous materials which removes solid particulates such as dust, pollen, mold, and bacteria from the air. A chemical air filter consists of an absorbent or catalyst for the removal of airborne molecular contaminants such as volatile organic compounds or ozone. Air filters are used in applications where air quality is important, notably in building ventilation systems and in engines.

Some buildings, as well as aircraft and other man-made environments (e.g., satellites and space shuttles) use foam, pleated paper, or spun fiberglass filter elements. Another method, air ionisers, use fibers or elements with a static electric charge, which attract dust particles. The air intakes of internal combustion engines and compressors tend to use either paper, foam, or cotton filters. Oil bath filters have fallen out of favor. The technology of air intake filters of gas turbines has improved significantly in recent years, due to improvements in the aerodynamics and fluid-dynamics of the air-compressor part of the Gas Turbines.

Automotive cabin air filters[edit source | edit]

The cabin air filter is typically a pleated-paper filter that is placed in the outside-air intake for the vehicle's passenger compartment. Some of these filters are rectangular and similar in shape to the combustion air filter. Others are uniquely shaped to fit the available space of particular vehicles' outside-air intakes. Being a relatively recent addition to automobile equipment, this filter is often overlooked,[1] and can greatly reduce the effectiveness of the vehicle's air conditioning and heating performance. Clogged or dirty cabin air filters can significantly reduce airflow from the cabin vents, as well as introduce allergens into the cabin air stream. The poor performance of these filters is obscured by manufacturers by not using the MERV rating system. Some people mistakenly believe that some of these are HEPA filters.

Internal combustion engine air filters[edit source | edit]

The combustion air filter prevents abrasive particulate matter from entering the engine's cylinders, where it would cause mechanical wear and oil contamination.

Most fuel injected vehicles use a pleated paper filter element in the form of a flat panel. This filter is usually placed inside a plastic box connected to the throttle body with ductwork. Older vehicles that use carburetors or throttle body fuel injection typically use a cylindrical air filter, usually a few inches high and between 6 inches (150 mm) and 16 inches (410 mm) in diameter. This is positioned above the carburetor or throttle body, usually in a metal or plastic container which may incorporate ducting to provide cool and/or warm inlet air, and secured with a metal or plastic lid.

Long Life Filtration System[edit source | edit]

In 2003 Ford Motor company introduced the Visteon Long Life Filtration System to the Ford Focus.[2] This system has a foam filter placed in the bumper of the car and is stated to have a 150,000-mile (240,000 km) service interval.[2] According to a technical paper published by Society of Automotive Engineers, this design offers higher and more stable filtration efficiency than conventional air filters.[2]

Paper[edit source | edit]

Pleated paper filter elements are the nearly exclusive choice for automobile engine air cleaners, because they are efficient, easy to service, and cost-effective. The "paper" term is somewhat misleading, as the filter media are considerably different from papers used for writing or packaging, etc. There is a persistent belief amongst tuners, fomented by advertising for aftermarket non-paper replacement filters, that paper filters flow poorly and thus restrict engine performance. In fact, as long as a pleated-paper filter is sized appropriately for the airflow volumes encountered in a particular application, such filters present only trivial restriction to flow until the filter has become significantly clogged with dirt. Construction equipment engines also use this.

Foam[edit source | edit]

Oil-wetted polyurethane foam elements are used in some aftermarket replacement automobile air filters. Foam was in the past widely used in air cleaners on small engines on lawnmowers and other power equipment, but automotive-type paper filter elements have largely supplanted oil-wetted foam in these applications. Depending on the grade and thickness of foam employed, an oil-wetted foam filter element can offer minimal airflow restriction or very high dirt capacity, the latter property making foam filters a popular choice in off-road rallying and other motorsport applications where high levels of dust will be encountered.

Cotton[edit source | edit]

Oiled cotton gauze is employed in a growing number of aftermarket automotive air filters marketed as high-performance items. In the past, cotton gauze saw limited use in original-equipment automotive air filters. However, since the introduction of the Abarth SS versions, the Fiat subsidiary supplies cotton gauze air filters as OE filters.

Oil Bath[edit source | edit]

An oil bath air cleaner consists of a sump containing a pool of oil, and an insert which is filled with fibre, mesh, foam, or another coarse filter media. When the cleaner is assembled, the media-containing body of the insert sits a short distance above the surface of the oil pool. The rim of the insert overlaps the rim of the sump. This arrangement forms a labyrinthine path through which the air must travel in a series of U-turns: up through the gap between the rims of the insert and the sump, down through the gap between the outer wall of the insert and the inner wall of the sump, and up through the filter media in the body of the insert. This U-turn takes the air at high velocity across the surface of the oil pool. Larger and heavier dust and dirt particles in the air cannot make the turn due to their inertia, so they fall into the oil and settle to the bottom of the base bowl. Lighter and smaller particles are trapped by the filtration media in the insert, which is wetted by oil droplets aspirated there into by normal airflow.

Oil bath air cleaners were very widely used in automotive and small engine applications until the widespread industry adoption of the paper filter in the early 1960s. Such cleaners are still used in off-road equipment where very high levels of dust are encountered, for oil bath air cleaners can sequester a great deal of dirt relative to their overall size without loss of filtration efficiency or airflow. However, the liquid oil makes cleaning and servicing such air cleaners messy and inconvenient, they must be relatively large to avoid excessive restriction at high airflow rates, and they tend to increase exhaust emissions of unburned hydrocarbons due to oil aspiration when used on spark-ignition engines.[citation needed]

Filter classes[edit source | edit]

European Normalisation standards recognise the following filter classes: [3]

UsageClassPerformancePerformance test Particulate size
approaching 100% retention
Test Standard
Primary filters G1 65% Average value >5 µm BS EN779
G2 65–80% Average value >5 µm BS EN779
G3 80–90% Average value >5 µm BS EN779
G4 90%– Average value >5 µm BS EN779
Secondary filters F5 40–60% Average value >5 µm BS EN779
F6 60–80% Average value >2 µm BS EN779
F7 80–90% Average value >2 µm BS EN779
F8 90–95% Average value >1 µm BS EN779
F9 95%– Average value >1 µm BS EN779
Semi Hepa H10 85% Minimum value >1 µm BS EN1822
H11 95% Minimum value >0.5 µm BS EN1822
H12 99.5% Minimum value >0.5 µm BS EN1822
Hepa H13 99.95% Minimum value >0.3 µm BS EN1822
H14 99.995% Minimum value >0.3 µm BS EN1822

The Biggest Meeting of the Polyurethane Industry in Eurasia: Putech Eurasia 2013

 

The Biggest Meeting of the Polyurethane Industry in Eurasia: Putech Eurasia 2013

 


The 3rd Polyurethane Industry Exhibition, Putech Eurasia 2013, is preparing to open its doors on November 14-16, providing an opportunity for companies in the sector to exhibit their products in Polyurethane Chemicals, Polyurethane Machinery and Equipment, Polyurethane Systems Houses, Polyurethane Coatings

 

and Adhesives, Polyurea Applications, and RIM-Integral Polyurethane Systems…

 

The participants and visitors of the 2013's event will be meeting again in Halls 9 and 10 of the Istanbul Expo Center. This time, however, all attending are in for a huge surprise…

"Eurasian Composites Show 2013, Composite Industry and Production Technologies Exhibition" to be Held Concurrently…

The "Polyurethane Sector Meeting Platform," which continues to grow with each passing year, will be introducing another "First" in 2013, moving forward resolutely to become the region's biggest "Polyurethane and Composites Platform"…
The big surprise for 2013 is the "Eurasian Composites Show, Composite Industry and Production Technologies Exhibition", organized by the Artkim Group, that will be held biennially and concurrently with Putech Eurasia…

And the Region's Biggest "Polyurethane and Composites Platform" Is Aimed To Be Established At This First "Eurasian Composites Show"…

"Eurasian Composites Show, Composite Industry and Production Technologies Exhibition” will be setting the scene for companies in the sector to effectively promote their goods and services and will bring together all the professionals in the industry that are producing and selling chemicals, machinery and equipment, and technology to the "Composites Sector”. In its role as a medium where innovative ideas will be shared, the Show will also be contributing to the development and growth of the industry. The "Eurasian Composites Show" will be opening its doors to participants and visitors on November 14-16, 2013 at the Istanbul Expo Center.

Workshop
The exhibitor companies will also be doing presentations about their new products, new technologies, latest innovations and new regulations to the sector professionals in the product information area.

New Agreements, New Initiatives, New Business Partnerships…

Putech Eurasia 2013, will be the biggest platform where participating companies from all over the world will find the opportunity to get acquainted with new products, see and experiment with new production equipment and technologies...
For this reason, in the long term, the fair will stand out as a platform for trade where agreements will be signed and negotiations will be made for trade relations.

The Giant Leaders Of The Polyurethane and Composites Sectors Come Together In The City That Connects Two Continents-Istanbul…


3rd Polyurethane Industry Exhibition Putech Eurasia, will be opening its doors concurrently with the "Eurasian Composites Show" on November 14-16, 2013 in Halls 9 and 10 of the Istanbul Expo Center. The sector has already started to prepare itself for this huge event…
While all of the satisfied participants in the 2011's event rush to reserve their places in the fair layout, those planning to visit the fair are already marking the date on their 2013 calendars…Make sure that you don't miss this huge meeting of the

"Polyurethane and Composites Platform"…

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CE Certification

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The CE marking or formerly EC mark, is a mandatory conformity marking for products sold in the European Economic Area (EEA) since 1993.[1] The CE marking is the manufacturer's declaration that the product meets the requirements of the applicable EC directives.[2]

The actual words signified by "CE" have been disputed. It is often taken to be an abbreviation of Conformité Européenne, meaning "European Conformity".[3] However, "CE" originally stood for "Communauté Européenne", French for "European Community". In former German legislation, the CE marking was called "EG-Zeichen" meaning "European Community mark". According to the European Commission, the CE logo has become a symbol for free marketability of industrial goods within the EEA

What do your cell phone, your TV and your kid’s teddy bear have in common? If you have purchased these items within the European Economic Area ("EEA", consisting of the 28 EU Member States, and the EFTA countries Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway), you will find two letters on all of these products: CE. Product manufacturers are familiar with this marking, as in many cases they have to affix it to their products. As a consumer, you may know this marking, as you see it on many products you purchase every day.

The CE marking is required for many products. It states that the product is assessed before being placed on the market and meets EU safety, health and environmental protection requirements. Through this website the European Commission provides economic operators and consumers with information on how the process of affixing the CE marking on a product works.

As a manufacturer, this website will lead you through the process of affixing the CE marking to your specific product, by clearly illustrating the key steps to undertake from the beginning to the trading of the product. If you are a distributor or importer you will have to know the requirements that the products you are importing or distributing must meet to be traded freely within the EEA (see leaflet for economic operators [353 KB]                         ).

Find out how to "make Europe’s market yours" with CE marking.

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Filter Machinery Export To Turkmenistan

Applicant : CHOPANOV BEGENCHMUHAMMET
Address : Ashgabat , Turkmenistan
Manufacturer : Zagros Filter Machinery Co
Company ' S CEO : REZA SALMANI ASSL
Address Address : Unit 109 Almas Gharb Complex Shahid Keshtgar Street , Orumieh , Iran
Product : Air Filter Pleating Machin
Specifications : this Machine Can Be Used For Pleating Air Filter Papers Of Cars

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