Industrial plants and manufacturers require treatment of their process water, gas streams, wastewater, cooling water and drinking water systems. Sigma Design has experience utilizing Filtration, Ozonation, Centrifugation, Self-cleaning filtration technologies, Ionization and Reverse Osmosis technologies. We have developed and designed many of the components used in these systems — filters, housings, cartridges, prefilters, valves, etc.
Sigma Design professionals are ready to:
• Analyze and select optimized filtration equipment and systems
• Design / Build filtration skid-mounted equipment
• Provide advanced engineering and manufacturing analysis for filtration and separation new product development
Design/Build Liquid Process System
A look into Sigma Design Company's design/build liquid process of a US Navy Mobile Filtration Laboratory.
Some of our past clients that may be of interest to your industry:
• Cuno • Corning
• Foster Wheeler Corporation
• GAF Corporation
• General Foods Corporation
• Johnson & Johnson
• Linde Air Division
• National Ocean and Atmospheric Administration
• U.S. Navy
Product-Project experience includes:
• Milk Homongenizer
• Gas/Liquid Separator Housings
• Drinking Water Arsenic Removal Systems
• Cartridge Filter Housings
Gerard Lynch, President of Sigma Design Company, serves on the board of directors of the American Filtration and Separations Society (AFS) and is President of the Mid Atlantic Chapter. In 2007 Lynch was elected Chairman as the society celebrated its 20th anniversary. AFS has served as a leading force in the development of innovative ideas and research in filtration and separations technologies. Members convene at local chapter meetings, topical conferences and annual meetings to foster innovative, cost effective separation technologies. Involvement in AFS keeps Sigma Design current and competitive in the Filtration market.
Filter Selection Information Having this information available makes the filter selection process easy.
• What is the fluid to be filtered? Concentration?
• What is the maximum operating temperature? Viscosity?
• What is the flow rate? Maximum pressure?
• What size particulate is to be removed? Solid, gels, uniform, irregular?
• Do you have a particle size analysis?
• Is it for a batch or a continuous process?
• Are there preferred materials of construction?
• What are the maximum allowable clean and dirty differential pressures?
• ASME Code or non-code?
• Let Sigma Design find the correct filter for your application
For more information on Sigma's work in filtration and separation, please contact us.